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Partner Ken Glaser to Receive Shalom Award

12.30.13

The Dallas Morning News featured Temple Shalom Brotherhood's upcoming recognition of Gardere of Partner Kenneth R. Glaser with its Shalom Award and Toast N' Roast on Jan. 26. The celebration is scheduled to be held at the InterContinental Hotel Dallas and includes a cocktail hour, dinner, silent auction and tributes to Glaser beginning at 5:30 p.m.

"Ken has a huge heart, and he is a tremendous asset to Temple Shalom leading many groups and setting the example as a donor of his time and energy as well as his financial support," said Mark Fishkind co-chair of the event with Perry Zidow. "We couldn't get much of what we do done without him."

The full article can be viewed here.

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