Peter D. Glusker

Fort Bragg, California

Sep 3, 1936 – Jan 27, 2020 (Age 83)


September 3, 1936
January 27, 2020
Fort Bragg, California


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Peter D. Glusker, M.D., Ph.D., died on Jan. 27, 2020, of complications of lymphoma at Stanford Hospital. He was 83. Born in New York City on Sept 3, 1936, to Anita Brenner, Ph.D. and David Glusker, M.D., Peter spent his childhood years in Mexico City.Neurology and medicine were Peter's two great...

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I loved this Neurologist. He helped me with many of my neurological issues. I had no idea that he had passed or that he had lymphoma. Prayers of comfort for his family and friends

Peter was an excellent neurologist and humanitarian, a major asset for his community in Fort Bragg, a trusted friend and solid member of the San Francisco Neurological Society. I will miss his his friendship of so many years, his calm demeanor and sense of humor. My spouse Sonja joins me in expressing our condolences and will honor his memory.

He will be missed, I enjoyed working with him and appreciated his humanity and skill in diagnosing unusual problems. I will miss his puns and bumping into at the post office.

He was a good doctor and worked hard to make sure that patients were taken care of. He did not back down in pursuit of excellent health care. He was generous with advice. I am very happy that I was able to work with and consult with Dr. Glusker over the years.

Dr. Glusker will be missed. I am grateful for his support and medical knowledge in the last few years of Carrie's life with M.S. My condolences to Mara.

Dr. Glusker demonstrated a passionate and sincere dedication to the Coast and its district hospital for many years, and he gave selfless service to the community and beyond in an attempt to educate and ensure the quality of life for the people he came in contact with. The decisions he made and the paths he walked were guided by a sense of good will, and a commitment to make a meaningful difference in the world . May his legacy not be forgotten, and may he rest well in the company of angels .

Sad to hear this news. Peter was a renaissance man in Fort BRAGG, a brilliant and compassionate doctor, and a friend and mentor for many years. May his memory be a blessing

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.