Hilton Israelson Obituary, Death – The leadership and staff of the Texas Dental Association are in a state of shock and disbelief following the news of Dr. Hilton Israelson’s passing, which was announced earlier today. During the years 2008 and 2009, Dr. Israelson held the position of President of the TDA. On the 19th of May in 2018, Dr. Israelson passed away peacefully in the environment of his own home. Dr. Israelson was also a Trustee for the 15th District of the American Dental Association (ADA) from 2011 to 2015, during which time he was in charge of the state of Texas. This position was held from 2011 until 2015.
In this trying time, we want his wife Maureen, his children, and his grandchildren to know that we are thinking about them and praying for them. We also want them to know that we are thinking about and praying for them. Additionally, we want his children to know that we are praying for them and are thinking about them constantly.
Dr. Israelson, the people who had the honor of knowing you will always hold fond memories of you in their hearts, and your legacy will live on.
On Friday, he passed away as a result of the unforeseen illness that had been afflicting him for some time and which ultimately resulted in his passing away. Hilton was a well-known periodontist who worked in Dallas. His office was located there. He was a consummate professional, a highly skilled practitioner, a perfectionist, a man of integrity and compassion, humble and mild mannered, a philanthropist, generous to a fault, and he improved the lives of a large number of people over the course of several decades.
He was a perfectionist. He was a perfectionist. He was a man of integrity and compassion. He was modest and mild mannered. Hilton passed away not too long ago. For many others, including his wife and children, as well as his grandkids, Hilton was a caring and dedicated friend, brother, and family member. He was especially close with his grandchildren. It would be a gross understatement to say that his absence will be noticed; rather, it will result in a gaping hole being created in the community as a direct consequence of his absence.