Ronald Glasser was an American specialist and writer, generally popular for his book 365 Days, chronicling his deployment as a US armed force specialist during the Vietnam war. Distributed in 1971, the book turned into a blockbuster.
It was checked on by the Washington Monthly and the New York times. His book 365 days has been converted into nine unique dialects. He was likewise a Minneapolis doctor.
Dr.Ronald Glasser, the author of 365 Days, dies at 83 An Army doctor who composed the acclaimed book “365 Days”, Ronald Glasser died on August 26 in St. Louis Park, Minn. He was 83.
His passing, in the Minnesota Veterans Home, was affirmed by his accomplice and previous spouse, Joy Glasser, who said the reason was confusions of Dementia. He was gone before in death by his folks, Sidney and Ann Glasser, and brother Jack.
Ronald’s Early Life and Education Ronald Glasser was born on May 31, 1939, in Chicago. He was born to Sidney and Ann Glasser, proprietors of a deli.
He procured a four year certification and afterward in 1965 a practitioner training from John Hopkins University, trailed by a cooperation in pediatric nephrology at the University of Minnesota.
Ronald’s Relationships and Divorce He was hitched to Dr.Janis Carol Amatuzio and cut off their friendship in separate. In 2008, he wedded Joy Ann Itman. They legitimately separate from in 2018 when he was owned up to the veterans home with dementia; yet, she said, “For private reasons including his late memory care, I was his better half and accomplice to the furthest limit of life.”
I was fortunate enough to know Ron. Authors and journalists who describe the vivid ugliness of war are our best chance of not waging another one. Ron did that. RIP RJG.https://t.co/y9WL6ua69W
— Craig Bowron (@billcarlosbills) September 6, 2022
He likewise has three stepchildren, Rachel, Benjamin, and Aaron Silberman.
Ronald’s Work and Publications In 1971, he distributed one of his renowned writings,365 Days which gave him overall notoriety. And afterward he composed Wounded: Vietnam to Iraq in 2006.