Dr. Edward M. Salamoff

September 14, 1942June 30, 2014

Dr. Edward M. Salamoff (71), of Natick on Monday, June 30, 2014. For 48 years, he was the beloved husband of Susan (Glickman) Salamoff. Loving father of Adam & Barbara Salamoff of Irvine, CA and Paul & Melissa Salamoff of Burbank, CA. Adored grandfather of Sydnee & Kyle and Samantha & Ethan.

Known for his sense of humor, Edward considered himself an “interested” person and had an insatiable pursuit for knowledge and an affinity for people and their lives. He deeply cared, not only for his family, but also for his friends and dental patients.

A respected Dentist for over 40 years with a practice in Brookline and Natick, it was more than just a job to him and he took great pride in it participating as a member of the Mass Dental Society and the Metropolitan District Dental Association.

An active member of the Natick community, he was a Town Meeting Member for over 35 years. He also served as Chair of the Advisory Committee to the Sassamon Trace Golf Course and President of the Friends of Sassamon Trace.

An honorably discharged Captain from the United States Army, he was also a Mason and a member of Brookline Rotary. He enjoyed mentoring students and was active in several charities including Mickey’s kids.

Services at Temple Israel of Natick, 145 Hartford St., Natick on Thursday, July 3 at 10:00am. Burial in the Framingham Natick Jewish Cemetery, Natick. Memorial observance at his late residence immediately following the burial through 7pm, Friday 1-4pm and Sunday 1-4pm. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to a charity of your choice.


  • Funeral Service Thursday, July 3, 2014

Dr. Edward M. Salamoff

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Yvonne Jaffe (Lee)

April 2, 2015

I just found out about this recently so my apologies for the late condolence. I was a patient of his since 4 years old and I'm almost 41. He was an awesome dentist and when I had my own kids he was so happy for me. I loved hearing stories of his own kids and grandchildren. Even though I stopped seeing him in recent years due to the longer distance, I will remember him fondly.

November 11, 2014

I was sorry to hear of Edward's passing. I remember him as my camp counselor many many years at Camp Walt Whitman. My condolences to his family.
David Gertman-Delray Beach, FL

Shazia Ahmed

July 10, 2014

I had the pleasure of taking care of Ed as a patient. There are few people who manage to make you pause and brighten up your day. Ed was one of them and I will miss him dearly. I want to give Sue and the family my deapest regards.

July 8, 2014

Dear Sue, Paul, Adam and family... we were so saddened to hear of Ed's passing and are sorry that we were not able to offer our condolences in person this weekend... We have always enjoyed Ed's sense of humor, his love of family, and his interest in others. He was always eager to learn the news of our kids (who have only seen him for dental work!!) and truly took a personal interest in each one of us. During my doctoral studies at BU he participated in my research on the kinematics of reach, and for years joked about the experience while being genuinely curious and interested in the results. We have many fond memories and will truly miss him. We are sending our sincere sympathy and love to you all. Sue, Lee, Ben & Erica Fasoli

July 7, 2014

Dear Susan I'm so sorry. He was more then our patient. He was our friend and almost our family. Remember I always call him my man. I pray and hope that you take it easy and just know he will always be with you. This's Maria From Wellesley Lab.

Ross Cigna

July 7, 2014

Praying fir you

Frank and Maureen Fessenden

July 4, 2014

Dear Sue and family, We were so saddened to learn of Ed's death. A true gentleman, kind and caring, always with a big smile, May you find comfort in the memories of the many wonderful moments you shared.

Suzy Cronk

July 4, 2014

Dear Susan & Family,

I was saddened to hear of the loss of Eddie, a good friend of mine from Newton High School, Class of '60. My prayers are with you all.

My deepest sympathy,

Suzy Bernstein Cronk (Formerly, Sue Miller)

Claudia Dupre

July 4, 2014

Dear Sue, Adam and Paul,

Please accept my deepest condolences for Ed's passing. I was a patient of his for close to 40 years! Ed spoke fondly of his involvement with the Brookline Rotary Club and the Broomstones Curling club, both of which I would not have been a member had it not been for Ed's recommendations. In addition, he was always willing to offer me tips on my golf game and took me to Sassomon Trace when it first opened. A truly genuine, kind and hilarious man. I will really miss him. May he always rest in peace.

July 3, 2014

Dear Sue, Adam, Paul and the entire Family:

We are out of town and just heard of Ed's passing this afternoon. We are so sorry for your personal loss and for the loss of a wonderful member of the community. His smile and and warmth will be sorely missed. He was a special human being.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.


Marsha & Frank Nesvet