Dennis Glaser
1928 - 2021
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Dennis Glaser

Nashville - Dennis Glaser, a Nashville Resident during the 1970s and '80s, died 1/21/2021 at his home in Rossville, GA, where he lived after returning from France in 2001. A cousin of Tompall Chuck and Jim Glaser, Glaser worked in the music business and at the United Methodist Publishing House. He had hoped to become the last living veteran of World War II. Glaser came to Nashville from Central Illinois, where he owned and published a group of community newspapers. In retirement, he authored five books, one of which - "Music City's Defining Decade" - detailed his experiences during the 1970's. He is survived by his longtime companion Linda Deems, and by his daughter Denise Heffren and her family in Illinois.

Online guest book at www.wilsonfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by W.L. Wilson & Sons Funeral Home Fort Oglethorpe, GA.




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Published in Tennessean from Jan. 26 to Jan. 27, 2021.
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February 4, 2021
Dennis and my sister Faith were classmates at the Pibel school. I was one year behind. Faith is 93 now and I will be 92 in March. Last time I saw Dennis we were visiting on the porch of the Pibel Hotel before it was torn down. I have ordered his books except can't find the "Geezer" one. Sympathy to the family. Hope Peterson
Hope Peterson
February 3, 2021
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
W.L. Wilson & Sons Ft. Oglethorpe Chapel
January 26, 2021
Dennis was also a cousin of Chuck Glaser.

RIP Dennis.
Stacy Harris
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