Dennis D. Glawe is a Board Certified Family Practice Physician practicing in Decorah and Calmar, Iowa. He is a graduate of Central Community High School in Elkader, Iowa (67), and graduated from Upper Iowa College in Fayette, Iowa (71) with a Bachelor of Science Degree in math and physics. He received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, located in Des Moines, Iowa in 1977. He completed his Family Practice Residency (80) at Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He served three years as a staff physician at Reynolds Army Hospital, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He returned to civilian practice in 1983, and was a solo practitioner in Monona, Iowa until 1988 when he joined Gundersen Clinic. From 1988-1996, he practiced in their West Union Clinic, and, in 1997, moved his practice to the Gundersen Clinics located in Decorah and Calmar, Iowa.
He currently lives in Decorah with his wife, Marcia. Their daughter Erin is a recent graduate of Winona State University, and their son John lives in a group home at Woodward Resource Center, Woodward, Iowa.
When free time is available, Dennis enjoys photography, computers, and reading. His previous works, available through Authorhouse.com, include:
Dust To Dust (copyright 1998), a pure science fiction work
Lost & Found In New Ulm, Minn. (copyright 2002)
Viola’s Hammer (copyright 2003)