Dr. Stanton Woodside Glazener
Dear Mrs. Glazener and family...
Several of our family were patients of Dr. Glazener, and were grateful to have such a caring and understanding doctor. We, especially, appreciated his willingness to come to our home to care for our Mother (even though he did not heed my request that he could not retire as long as Mother was living) With our heartfelt sympathy,
Jewel Sundbeck in behalf of the Carl and Tina Sundbeck family
Dear Maggie, My husband Leroy and I send you and your family our heart felt sympathy. I worked with Dr.Stan in the 1960's while he was in practice with the Kreisels. He was a wonderful person and Physician. We know you will miss him. Our thoughts and Prayer are with you.
God Bless you,
So very sad to read of Dr. Glazener,s passing.Being touched by Parkinsons Disease personally,I empathize with his struggles.
Having been in the medical profession,I knew of his undaunting work and grateful patients.He was compassionate,witty and very down to earth.A statue should be erected to commemorate the image of a wonderful physician and man.
Our prayers and thoughts are with the Glazener family. Although we did not know Dr. Glazener we feel sure he must have been an extraordinary man. We are neighbors of Dr Wesley and Catherine Glazener, and if their family is any proof, he must have been a very inspiring father and grandfather.
After attending Dr. Stan's memorial service today, I have to write one more thing. I was SO impressed with Will Glazener & Kevin Bishop's performance on guitar & violin of Amazing Grace. That was more than Truly Amazing, Special Music. What a blessing!