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Max Glauben

January 14, 1928 - April 28, 2022

We mourn the loss of Max Glauben, z”l, husband of Frieda Glauben; father of Phillip (Linda) Glauben, Shari (Norman) Becker, and Barry (the late Michelle, z”l) Glauben; grandfather of Sarah (Brett) Golman, Ross (Stacey) Glauben, Alec (Ellen) Becker, Delaney (Justin) Katz, Madison Becker, Hayley (fiancé Mitch Robbins) Glauben, and Blake Glauben; great-grandfather of Natalie and Amelia Golman, and Julian Glauben.
The funeral will be held on Sunday, May 1 at 3:00 p.m. in the Aaron Family Main Sanctuary, followed by interment at Shearith Israel Memorial Park on Dolphin Road.
You may also watch the funeral here:
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On Sunday, May 1, the family will be at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, 300 N. Houston Street, Dallas, 75202, receiving visitors at 6:30 p.m., with a Shiva Minyan service starting at 7:30 p.m.
On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, May 2nd, 3rd and 4th, Shiva Minyan services will be held in conjunction with Shearith Israel’s normal evening minyan in person in Beck Family Sanctuary at 6:00 p.m.
If you cannot attend in person, you may join via Zoom,
For the passcode, email [email protected]
We know you join our Shearith family in offering prayers and comfort to the entire family.
Rabbi Ari Sunshine
Rabbi Adam Roffman
Rabbi Shira Wallach
Hazzan Itzhak Zhrebker
Avi Mitzner
If you would like to make a donation in memory of Max Glauben, z”l,
please click this link:
Or, contact Cindy Embrey at [email protected].
Arrangements under the direction of:
North Dallas Funeral Home
2710 Valley View Lane
Dallas Texas 75234
John P. Brooks FDIC

4 replies on “Max Glauben”

Peter Granoff says:

Max was a family friend and a beautiful soul.

Pete Issokson says:

Max was a fantastic man and a great friend I know him since I was 13
Im 74 now
I was planning to take him to dinner soon and then heard the sad news
He will rest in peace
God bless him and his family

Cindy Quintanilla-Gehrmann says:

I was saddened to hear about the passing of Max. What a wonderful man, always a smile on his face. I worked for him in 1980 when he made his 1st trip to Israel. He was so excited about seeing an uncle he thought he had lost. Now the angels have him. Thank you Max for all you have done!

Ted R. Crim says:

I met Mr. Glauben only once several years ago but that was sufficient to record a chance encounter in perpetuity in my collective consciousness.
We visited for some time discussing myriad topics with Mr. Glauben contributing to each area of conversation with meaningful and relevant specificity. I knew at the time that I had encountered greatness and our brief but consequential visit had an indelible affect on me that remains intact. His positive, encouraging attitude was contagious and we departed with me knowing that I had experienced an interaction with a great man that has inspired me ever since.

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