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Glaser, David P. Of Aurora, CO passed away Nov. 16, 2010. Born Feb. 6, 1943, in Chicago, IL to Albert and Ruby Glaser. David served honorably in the US Army for 21 years. Survived by his son Sean Glaser, grandsons Ashton & Hunter, brother Robert and sister Karen. Private Services will be held.


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Published in Denver Post on Nov. 21, 2010.
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March 24, 2011
I am so thankful that our son, Sean, could be with Dave in those last days. The Lord was there every step of the way and helped both of them get through that tough time. I am very sorry that his life was cut short but I know he is with the Lord and out of pain.
Becky Simons
November 25, 2010
As I remember Dave, I keep thinking of the fun moments we shared over the years. I first met Dave in 1985 when I was a summer intern at the Pentagon. 25 years later, he was one of my favorite people and closest friends. I smile when I remember that baseball game we went to in August 2007, during a heatwave in St. Louis; it had to be one of the hottest nights in history. And, Dave's enjoyment of the sights, food, and shows in Las Vegas, especially during December, when everything was decorated for the holidays, will remain some of my favorite memories. He will be missed greatly. My thoughts go out to you and your family.
Christine Thompson
November 23, 2010
May your memories of Dave be a nice and pleasant as ours. We always enjoyed Dave when we saw each other, including going to concerts. May he now find comfort....
Carl & Kris Maier
November 22, 2010
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I look forward to talking to you soon. I know your Dad loved you very much and I am so happy you were able to be with him when The Lord called him home. I send you tons of love. Aunt Lou
Lou Lehman
November 22, 2010
You are in our thoughts and prayers!

With love,
Kathy
Kathy Sarrell
November 22, 2010
I owe this to Dad,
I was with him at the hospice facility, watching him fade in and out because of the pain meds he was on. All day his eyes rolled back in his head as I tried to talk to him. I was losing hope, because he hadn't eaten in 10 days and I had to beg him to drink water. A nurse brought him a modest supper of tomato soup, a 1/4 sandwich, 2 soda crackers and a bowl of orange sherbet. He perked up. I joked that he should start with the sherbet. He took a bite. Then another. He then scooped up a spoonful of soup. I worried about what would happen because he had trouble finding his mouth with the straw of his sippie cup, but he skillfully found his mouth with the spoon time and time again until the soup was gone. He ate everything on his plate. He told me it was the best meal he ever had. Then he said time seemed to be going backwards, and that he felt happy. After that, the nurses came in to clean him up, so I went into the other room. When they left his room, I went in to find dad asleep. I left. I went into his room the next day to find him in a coma. He never spoke to me again, although I spoke to him until he died. God gave us a gift. To think dad was suddenly hungry, bright eyed and cogent by coincidence takes more faith than merely believing in God.
Sean Glaser
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