Dennis Massler

Profile Updated: June 17, 2016
Residing In boonton township, NJ USA
Spouse/Partner Alexandra
Occupation Physician/ Psychiatrist
Children Joshua, born 1974 Evan,born 1979
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BA from Temple followed by Medical school at UMDNJ, now Rutgers Medical School. Residency in psychiatry at New York Medical College in NYC while my professors were writing the book still used until today to teach Psychiatry- a true blessing. Went directly into the directorship of the teaching and therapy program at UMDNJ as an asst prof in Psych and Ob-Gyn. Founded the program in sexuality at the state medical school. For years, I epitomized the axiom "Those who can Do, Those who can't Teach: Known for my expertise in sex therapy and relationship counseling, I am now in my third and final marriage. I love my wife, my sons, my grand children, and my work. I feel truly blessed. I have good friends, great family, the best career, and very few regrets. I was voted the boy most likely to, and I did. Thank you all for being who you are.

School Story

The math teachers drawing straws to see who would get Paul Bagoon, Joe Garafalo, or me; all agreeing we could not be in the same class. Mr Lampeter trying to teach me a lesson in front of the class by wrestling with me. Mr Jacobs working with me after school so that I could learn Calc 2. Being thrown out of Don's and told never to return after a food fight inside, using the ketchup and mustard squeeze bottles as water guns. Don's with its car hops. Tossing all of the pages of the outdated math books into the courtyard. Mostly, I feel grateful for the education I received academically and socially, at LHS. I felt remarkably well prepared to choose my direction and be successful. We were all fortunate to have attended such a good school. I made sure that my eldest son got the same opportunity.

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Jun 17, 2016 at 5:59 PM
Dennis Massler posted a message.
Aug 09, 2015 at 7:47 PM

Ken: Thanks for the memories, all good. Dennis Massler MD

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Jul 27, 2015 at 9:28 AM

Dianne: I am writing to wish you a very happy birthday and to thank you for being such a kind, decent, and loving human being at Temple as well as Livingston. I hope you are well and truly happy. Dennis Massler MD

Dennis Massler has left an In Memory comment for Walter Liedtke.
Mar 18, 2015 at 4:33 PM

Sorry we never stayed in touch after high school.  Walt was always a decent, caring loving being.  Dennis Massler MD  May he rest in peace.  My condolences who all who knew and loved him.

Dennis Massler posted a message.
Mar 18, 2015 at 2:40 PM

Hope life has treated you well since Temple. Thank you for being exactly who you were. Dennis Massler MD