Bernard "Bud" Glasman

Funeral Service

10:00 am
Monday, June 11, 2018
Kraft-Sussman Funeral Services
3975 S. Durango Drive, Suite 104
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Final Resting Place

Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery
1900 Veterans Memorial Drive
Boulder City, Nevada, United States

Obituary of Bernard "Bud" Glasman

On Friday, June 8th, 2018, Bud Glasman passed away peacefully at 87 years of age with his family surrounding him. Bud will always be remembered and cherished by his wife, Monica, children Randi (Richard) and Brad (Michelle), and grandchildren Seth, Chelsea, Brett and Sam.

Bud was born in Greenville, Mississippi and raised in Glendale, California. He joined the Air Force where he proudly served his country. He then met his forever soulmate, Monica, at a Queen Esther dance at the Hollywood Palladium at the young age of 21, and the two were inseparable ever since. They were married in 1953 and shortly after had two children. The family of four would look forward to every vacation -- each with its own funny story that would later be shared with future generations.

Bud was a family man to the fullest extent. His family continued to expand with spouses and four grandchildren. He looked forward to spending time with everyone together. After his family, one favorite pastime was poker – both playing and dealing (live and on the computer), and a more loyal Los Angeles Dodger fan could not be found.

He had a great sense of humor and used it frequently. He touched many lives and was blessed with many dear friends. He will always be remembered and treasured as a kind, loyal and warm husband, father and grandfather and will be intensely missed.

"The strength of a man is in his character. A strong man is a great man of wisdom who understands, his top priority is to his family."

The funeral service will be held at 10:00 am on Monday, June 11, 2018 at Kraft-Sussman Funeral Services, 3975 S. Durango Drive, Suite 104, Las Vegas, NV. Burial will be in Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Boulder City.


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