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September 20, 2018

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April 7, 2018
Our deepest condolences to you and your family.
Dr. Smaglick was a wonderful dentist to my husband and myself for many years. He was a warm, caring and excellent dentist. He cared very much about his patients and our lives. We did not hear about his passing until now. We share your sorrow and pain.
Karen and Sam Seward
April 2, 2018
I became a patient of Dr. Smaglick 16 years ago after seeing him listed as one of the best dentists in Milwaukee in the Milwaukee Magazine. And to my relief, it turned out he really was one of the best! He was a dentist that truly cared about the dental health of his patients. I felt that concern immediately. He was a man of such professional pride and integrity. I knew that I would never be talked into an expensive procedure that I did not need. Through the years I grew to know a bit more about him personally. The love for his family, the pleasure he got from fixing old trucks and his enjoyment in classical music, which I shared. In fact, as an employee of Mount Mary University, I was able to share a photo with him of his first piano teacher, a sister at the school. I also had great admiration for the way he dealt with his cancer in the last year. It took such courage for him to continue practicing during his treatments. And when I inquired about his health, he was always very direct and honest about it. That is why, at my last appointment, I knew I was sadly saying my final farewell. My sincere condolences to the entire family of this wonderful man.
March 21, 2018
Dorothy,
My condolences to you and your family.
I took your recommendation to go to Paul for dental care when we were both working to then First Wisconsin National Bank in the mid-1980's.
Paul was always professional and highly skilled in his work to solve my dental problems. We also had brief and interesting discussions about politics and your career progress at FWNB and its subsequent mergers. I especially enjoyed listening to Mozart while in the chair or waiting to start the appointment. He looked good and I commented on the return of his hair . He gave no hint that his actual condition.
March 15, 2018
Dr. Smaglick will always be remembered as a "mensch" (a person of integrity and honor). He was an outstanding dentist and a great human being. His values were of the highest standard, but he was also humble at the same time. I can't imagine how difficult it must be for his family to lose him at such a young age, but I hope there is some comfort in knowing that there are many, many people who will always think of him and his family with a warm smile and heart.