In Memory

Andrew N. Glazer

Andrew N. Glazer

Glazer, Andrew Norman (48) Of New York, Atlanta, and L.A. died quietly in his sleep July 4th. A cum laude graduate of U.of Michigan and Emory Law School. After practicing law he returned to his first two loves, writing and poker. He was known as the Poker Pundit. He had two books published on gambling and poker and wrote a column for the Detroit Free Press and articles for many magazines and the Web. Andy traveled the world covering poker tournaments, having just returned from Ireland and Las Vegas.
He will be greatly missed by his mother, Shirley, sister Donna Hall (Ken) and aunts, uncles, cousins and a multitude of friends worldwide. Services to be held in Long Island, New York.
Published in the Los Angeles Times on July 8, 2004

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07/06/11 10:05 PM #1    

Bruce Levy

andy's passing was a sad moment for me.  I still remember meeting him on the first day of second grade.  he had a great rock and comic book collection.  He was one of the few people who knew every type of Krytonite and their effects.  A very talented guy.

08/11/11 11:45 AM #2    

Elizabeth Jentzer (Cohen)

You were one of my best freinds and certainly my BEST guy friend. I miss you every day  and think of you every day at least once or twice. We talked about every single thing in life and I know you loved my kids and they loved you. I'm sorry you aren't here to see how wonderfly well they've turned out but I have hopes that somewhere in the cosmos ( which we both believed in) you are watching down and seeing them and smiling. When my time comes, you better be there to teach me poker... for real this time! I miss you buddy... I miss our 3 am chats from far off locales and I miss your blue eyes and sweet smile and I also miss that Esalen Bull sh-t. Find me when my time come old friend!

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