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Adam Zerda
Adam Zerda
Dear Mr. Glaser, 
I hope that, wherever you now find yourself, you are able to see the difference and impact you made in so many different lives. About 20 years ago I was a young, awkward high school student asking you for life advice. The next year I found myself, with your support and recommendation, living a year abroad, finding that life is truly as diverse and exciting as you make it. 

Thank you for taking the time, making the investment and showing the joy that you took in shaping the many, many, many lives you touched. You are missed and remembered. 

Adam Zerda
HSEP '93
Oak Ridge, NJ
Austin Judd
Austin "Theo" Judd, HSEP '01
Mr. Glaser was the greatest English teacher I ever had. He was so dedicated to his students and he really pushed me to excel. His instruction was monumentally helpful to my excellent PSAT score, which is the primary reason I received a full scholarship to Texas A&M University. Few teachers have the passion for their profession as he did. He will be sorely missed.
Bob Rominger
Bob Rominger
Peter was one of the first people I met when I first came to Dunbar HSEP in July 1998. Coming from a mostly white rural school, I was a bit apprehensive. But Peter was warm and friendly and showed me some of his students work. I knew immediately I made the right move to work at the Dunbar Magnet program, but I knew I had to ramp up my game. Peter always was quick witted, friendly, and welcomed me to his home. A great person that I miss.
Vince Collins
Vince Collins, HSEP '87
When I saw the Star Telegram had a story on a German immigrant who taught at Dunbar, I went right to the story.  When I saw Mr. Glaser's picture, I was thrilled!  And then I saw that he's gone now, and I've wept.

Mr. Glaser taught me so much about literature and soccer.  His laughter and plainspoken demeanor made him one of my favorite teachers.  I remember he took me to a Dallas Cowboys game at the old stadium when I was a sophomore.  

I've thought of him often.
Margaret Kellner
Margaret Kellner, class of 2000
Mr. Glaser,

Dunbar wouldn't have been Dunbar without you.  Your tireless dedication to language and literature in a school focused heavily on the sciences was truly wonderful.  I remember my classes with you from 15 years ago vividly, and discovered one of my favorite authors from a short story you had us read ("Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut).  You were an inspiring teacher, and I enjoyed your classes immensely.

I just found out that you passed away yesterday, and I truly regret not writing earlier.  The world has lost a wonderful teacher and scholar, but I'm glad you're no longer suffering.  My love to your family.
Anne Liu
Anne Liu
Hi Mr Glaser, 

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will forever remember you as one of the best teachers from high school, as one of the teachers who really made a difference in each student's lives. I still remember my friend's graduation speech during the magnet banquet...he said that the teachers of Dunbar HSEP aren't just our mentors and educators, but they are also our friends. Those words ring true for you, with all that you did for us. 

I remember being your student assistant my senior year and my main task was organizing your Simpsons episodes. I remember you always laughing with us and our horrible analysis of the poetry we read. I still enjoy reading to this day, although I admit my books are more leisurely than the classics you had us read. I enjoyed the AP Literature class you taught. I enjoyed how you kept a sense of humor. I really enjoyed all the support you gave to us and how you truly cared about our well-being. 

I remember the Christmas parties you would throw for the alumni. 

I hope you focus on resting now and I hope you have no regrets, because you shouldn't, your life has been well-lived. 

Sincerely, 

Anne Liu
Dunbar HSEP class of '03
Adam Zerda
Adam Zerda
Dear Mr. Glaser, 
I hope that, wherever you now find yourself, you are able to see the difference and impact you made in so many different lives. About 20 years ago I was a young, awkward high school student asking you for life advice. The next year I found myself, with your support and recommendation, living a year abroad, finding that life is truly as diverse and exciting as you make it. 

Thank you for taking the time, making the investment and showing the joy that you took in shaping the many, many, many lives you touched. You are missed and remembered. 

Adam Zerda
HSEP '93
Oak Ridge, NJ
Vince Collins
Vince Collins, HSEP '87
When I saw the Star Telegram had a story on a German immigrant who taught at Dunbar, I went right to the story.  When I saw Mr. Glaser's picture, I was thrilled!  And then I saw that he's gone now, and I've wept.

Mr. Glaser taught me so much about literature and soccer.  His laughter and plainspoken demeanor made him one of my favorite teachers.  I remember he took me to a Dallas Cowboys game at the old stadium when I was a sophomore.  

I've thought of him often.
Austin Judd
Austin "Theo" Judd, HSEP '01
Mr. Glaser was the greatest English teacher I ever had. He was so dedicated to his students and he really pushed me to excel. His instruction was monumentally helpful to my excellent PSAT score, which is the primary reason I received a full scholarship to Texas A&M University. Few teachers have the passion for their profession as he did. He will be sorely missed.
Bob Rominger
Bob Rominger
Peter was one of the first people I met when I first came to Dunbar HSEP in July 1998. Coming from a mostly white rural school, I was a bit apprehensive. But Peter was warm and friendly and showed me some of his students work. I knew immediately I made the right move to work at the Dunbar Magnet program, but I knew I had to ramp up my game. Peter always was quick witted, friendly, and welcomed me to his home. A great person that I miss.
Margaret Kellner
Margaret Kellner, class of 2000
Mr. Glaser,

Dunbar wouldn't have been Dunbar without you.  Your tireless dedication to language and literature in a school focused heavily on the sciences was truly wonderful.  I remember my classes with you from 15 years ago vividly, and discovered one of my favorite authors from a short story you had us read ("Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut).  You were an inspiring teacher, and I enjoyed your classes immensely.

I just found out that you passed away yesterday, and I truly regret not writing earlier.  The world has lost a wonderful teacher and scholar, but I'm glad you're no longer suffering.  My love to your family.
Anne Liu
Anne Liu
Hi Mr Glaser, 

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will forever remember you as one of the best teachers from high school, as one of the teachers who really made a difference in each student's lives. I still remember my friend's graduation speech during the magnet banquet...he said that the teachers of Dunbar HSEP aren't just our mentors and educators, but they are also our friends. Those words ring true for you, with all that you did for us. 

I remember being your student assistant my senior year and my main task was organizing your Simpsons episodes. I remember you always laughing with us and our horrible analysis of the poetry we read. I still enjoy reading to this day, although I admit my books are more leisurely than the classics you had us read. I enjoyed the AP Literature class you taught. I enjoyed how you kept a sense of humor. I really enjoyed all the support you gave to us and how you truly cared about our well-being. 

I remember the Christmas parties you would throw for the alumni. 

I hope you focus on resting now and I hope you have no regrets, because you shouldn't, your life has been well-lived. 

Sincerely, 

Anne Liu
Dunbar HSEP class of '03
Adam Zerda
Adam Zerda
Dear Mr. Glaser, 
I hope that, wherever you now find yourself, you are able to see the difference and impact you made in so many different lives. About 20 years ago I was a young, awkward high school student asking you for life advice. The next year I found myself, with your support and recommendation, living a year abroad, finding that life is truly as diverse and exciting as you make it. 

Thank you for taking the time, making the investment and showing the joy that you took in shaping the many, many, many lives you touched. You are missed and remembered. 

Adam Zerda
HSEP '93
Oak Ridge, NJ
Bob Rominger
Bob Rominger
Peter was one of the first people I met when I first came to Dunbar HSEP in July 1998. Coming from a mostly white rural school, I was a bit apprehensive. But Peter was warm and friendly and showed me some of his students work. I knew immediately I made the right move to work at the Dunbar Magnet program, but I knew I had to ramp up my game. Peter always was quick witted, friendly, and welcomed me to his home. A great person that I miss.
Austin Judd
Austin "Theo" Judd, HSEP '01
Mr. Glaser was the greatest English teacher I ever had. He was so dedicated to his students and he really pushed me to excel. His instruction was monumentally helpful to my excellent PSAT score, which is the primary reason I received a full scholarship to Texas A&M University. Few teachers have the passion for their profession as he did. He will be sorely missed.
Anne Liu
Anne Liu
Hi Mr Glaser, 

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will forever remember you as one of the best teachers from high school, as one of the teachers who really made a difference in each student's lives. I still remember my friend's graduation speech during the magnet banquet...he said that the teachers of Dunbar HSEP aren't just our mentors and educators, but they are also our friends. Those words ring true for you, with all that you did for us. 

I remember being your student assistant my senior year and my main task was organizing your Simpsons episodes. I remember you always laughing with us and our horrible analysis of the poetry we read. I still enjoy reading to this day, although I admit my books are more leisurely than the classics you had us read. I enjoyed the AP Literature class you taught. I enjoyed how you kept a sense of humor. I really enjoyed all the support you gave to us and how you truly cared about our well-being. 

I remember the Christmas parties you would throw for the alumni. 

I hope you focus on resting now and I hope you have no regrets, because you shouldn't, your life has been well-lived. 

Sincerely, 

Anne Liu
Dunbar HSEP class of '03
Vince Collins
Vince Collins, HSEP '87
When I saw the Star Telegram had a story on a German immigrant who taught at Dunbar, I went right to the story.  When I saw Mr. Glaser's picture, I was thrilled!  And then I saw that he's gone now, and I've wept.

Mr. Glaser taught me so much about literature and soccer.  His laughter and plainspoken demeanor made him one of my favorite teachers.  I remember he took me to a Dallas Cowboys game at the old stadium when I was a sophomore.  

I've thought of him often.
Margaret Kellner
Margaret Kellner, class of 2000
Mr. Glaser,

Dunbar wouldn't have been Dunbar without you.  Your tireless dedication to language and literature in a school focused heavily on the sciences was truly wonderful.  I remember my classes with you from 15 years ago vividly, and discovered one of my favorite authors from a short story you had us read ("Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut).  You were an inspiring teacher, and I enjoyed your classes immensely.

I just found out that you passed away yesterday, and I truly regret not writing earlier.  The world has lost a wonderful teacher and scholar, but I'm glad you're no longer suffering.  My love to your family.