COPPELL, TX — Dr. Gina Phillips Moran Glick, 85, of Coppell, Texas, and formerly
of Cumberland, Maryland, passed away February 23, 2017, at 12:06pm. Born
December 6, 1931, in Chicago, Illinois, she was the daughter of the late Edward
Langan Moran and Virginia Louise Phillips. She was preceded in death by her
husband, Louis Michael Glick and daughter, Celeste Michele Glick.
Dr. Glick, after graduating medical school and completing her residency, moved
to Cumberland, Maryland with her husband, Dr. Michael Glick, and initially
practiced as an anesthesiologist in a private anesthesia practice from 1959-
- After moving to Texas, she joined the teaching faculty at the University
of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dept. of Anesthesiology from 1985-1999,
with duties mostly focused on training resident physicians. She was a member
of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland, and St. Monica Catholic
Church, Dallas. She was a graduate of Mundelein College and Stritch School of
Medicine of Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois. She was a member of the
Maryland State Medical Society (MedChi), president of the Maryland/District of
Columbia Society for Respiratory Care, member of the American Society of
Anesthesiologists (ASA), and Texas Society of Anesthesiologists. Highlights from
her many accomplishments include helping found and act as the first medical
director of Emergency Medical Services in Cumberland, Maryland and the Tri-State
Poison Control Center of Maryland.
Upon full retirement, she moved to Christus St. Joseph Village of Coppell Texas,
where she was an active community member and friend. While there, she helped
facilitate the RCIA program and never shied away from social activities with her
friends. She even had a pet companion rabbit that she was very fond of. Also,
along with her brother Kevin Moran, she was an avid student of the forensic
science of the Shroud of Turin.
She is survived by two sons, Mark Glick and wife Patricia; Matthew Glick and
wife Jill; one daughter, Felicia Glick; one brother, Kevin E. Moran, of
Belmont, North Carolina; fourteen grandchildren, Caitlin, Ryan, and Dylan
Carroll; Emily, Hannah, Margaret, Henry, and Rebecca Glick; Eric Oberwise; and
Vivian, Michael, Joseph, Noah and Christian Glick.
A graveside service will be held Saturday, August 12th at 11:00 a.m. at SS. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery, located on Fayette Street, Cumberland, MD.
Scarpelli Funeral Home, P.A. is assisting the family the arrangements.