ForeverMissed

Dr. Maury L. Glickman, Dentist, on April 27, 2017.

Beloved husband of Ann (nee Proctor) for 35 years. Devoted father of Daniel and the late Jennifer. Loving grandfather of Dominick and Zackary DeNobile, father-in-law of Joseph DeNobile, and brother of Gary Glickman, Esq. Loved son of the late Joseph and Dolly.

Dr. Glickman was a graduate of Farleigh Dickinson University and University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry.

Loved by all, he will be dearly missed. He practiced dentistry for over 35 years in the South Jersey area.

Public Visitation Sunday, April 30 from 4-6 pm at FERTIG FUNERAL HOME, 63 N. Main St., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062. Services will be private at the convenience of the family.

Posted by marlene lloyd on April 29, 2017
To the family of Dr. Glickman,
 Please accept our deepest condolences in the loss of your loved one. Dr. Glickman was our family dentist for many years up until his retirement. He was so kind and respectful to us in so many ways. We really missed him when he gave up his practice. May you have the wonderful memories of him to last you a lifetime. Respectfully, Karl and Marlene Lloyd

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Posted by marlene lloyd on April 29, 2017
To the family of Dr. Glickman,
 Please accept our deepest condolences in the loss of your loved one. Dr. Glickman was our family dentist for many years up until his retirement. He was so kind and respectful to us in so many ways. We really missed him when he gave up his practice. May you have the wonderful memories of him to last you a lifetime. Respectfully, Karl and Marlene Lloyd
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H.I.P. The Good Years...

Shared by Holly Benner on November 13, 2018

In the late 80,s I had the great privilege of working along side of Dr. Glickman. Although I was an inexperienced fresh gradute (who had a lot to learn) Dr. Glickman was always a kind and patient teacher. He never lost his cool with anyone. We were dental employees of HIP/Rutgers a corporate health maintenance organization. Over the decade or so I worked there we all became a family, and that made working fun.   He was a professional skilled dentist who had a knack for putting his patients at ease, with genuine lightheartedness and at times comedy. During our "slow Saturday hours"  I remember having wheelchair races through out the facility.  Another fond memory is Halloween, he always dressed in some crazy get up. His smile and spirit will be greatly missed. I am saddened beyond repair. My heart goes out to his family and all that knew this wonderful soul!