In Memoriam – Norman Goldman, DPM

September 26, 2019

Dr. Norman William Goldman, 73, of Arlington, Texas passed away on September 22, 2019. Dr. Goldman was born in Detroit, Michigan to Joseph Goldman and Lillian Violet Arnold Goldman. Dr. Goldman graduated from Mumford High School in 1964 and then attended Eastern Michigan University, where he graduated in 1966. He graduated from the California College of Podiatric Medicine in 1970. He served as a Captain in the United States Army from 1970 to 1973. Dr. Goldman practiced medicine in Arlington from 1974 to 2018. He served as TPMA president from 2000-2001. Dr. Goldman loved caring for his patients. He loved Tae Kwon Do and was a 2nd degree black belt. He loved his family, his friends, and his colleagues. He loved to travel, especially on cruises. Dr. Goldman is survived by his wife Ophilia and children Jason and Candice. The visitation is on October 4, 2019 starting at 6pm with the rosary to follow at 7pm at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 West Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, TX. The funeral is on October 5, 2019 at 11am at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, 5819 W Pleasant Ridge Rd, Arlington, TX 76016, with a luncheon to follow.

In Memoriam – Angela Dagley, DPM

April 3, 2019

Angela "Angie" Dagley, DPM

Angela “Angie” Carol Dagley, 48, passed away Sunday, March 31, 2019. Left to cherish her memory are her parents, William and Diane Rowland Jr.; her loving husband of 20 years, Timothy Dagley; sons, Kyle and Jeremiah Dagley; sister, Becca Withey and husband, Mark; and a host of other family and dear friends.

Services for Angie will be held Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at Crosspoint Church, 1134 Old Alvin Road, Pearland, Texas 77581. The visitation will be held from 3:00 until 5:00 pm with the Celebration of Life following beginning at 5:00 pm with Pastor Tom Allen officiating.

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Dennis Shaw, DPM Passes Away

March 21, 2018

Dennis Gerald Shaw was born August 27, 1948, in New York City to Joseph Schutkofsky and Matilda Rubin and died on March 19, 2018, at Medical City Dallas after losing a hard-fought battle with leukemia. He grew up in Bayside, Queens. He went to Francis Lewis High School and then graduated from Queens College in 1969 with a degree in Psychology. He met his wife, Vivian Abrams at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. They were married on August 8, 1976. They came to Texas to do their postgraduate training in 1977 and bought their first home in Richardson. They later settled in North Dallas. He was a board-certified podiatrist. He practiced in Garland, Texas for twenty-seven years and then joined Vivian’s practice in McKinney. Stacey came along in 1981 and then David in 1986.
 
Dennis was a life-long Yankee fan. He is a member of the Temple Shalom Softball League Hall of Fame. He played softball from 1987 to 2005 and returned in 2012 to play with his son David. In his later years, he was known as the “softball dad.”
 
He is survived by his wife of forty-one years, Vivian, his daughter Stacey, son David and wife Jessica, his brother Howard and wife Penelope, and grandchildren Madison, Joshua, and Jeremy. He is proceeded in death by his parents and beloved dogs. A graveside service will be held at the Sinai Gardens at Restland Memorial Park, 13005 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75243 at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.
 
The family would like to express their gratitude to the oncology nurses at Medical City Dallas for their dedicated care and compassion. If desired, donations can be made to Operation Kindness or the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in his name.

In Memoriam: Harry Goldsmith, DPM

February 9, 2018

We have learned of the passing of Harry Goldsmith DPM February 7, after a battle with cancer.

Dr. Goldsmith was a noted coding expert and a consultant to the APMA Health Policy and Practice department. His vast knowledge of coding was instrumental in the development and evolution of the APMA Coding Resource Center, and he supported APMA’s RUC and CPT initiatives, committee activities, and other efforts.

Dr. Goldsmith also was a longtime delegate to the APMA House of Delegates, at one time chairing the Resolutions Subcommittee.

Dr. Goldsmith is survived by his wife, Susan; sons Brian, Mark, and Jon Goldsmith, DPM, and their families; as well as two brothers. A small, private service will be held in his memory Friday, February 9.

The APMA Educational Foundation has established a fund in Dr. Goldsmith’s memory.  Donations can be made by visiting www.apma.org/donate.

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