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 Glenn Henry Giesselmann

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Glenn Henry Giesselmann

Birth
Arlington, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Death
11 Feb 1992 (aged 74)
Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska, USA
Burial
Arlington, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Memorial ID
51856537 View Source

Son of Henry Giesselmann & Henriette Kruger
Glenn H. Giesselmann, married Meta L. Dunklau on February 23, 1941
Served in United States Army World War II

Obituary:
"GLENN H. GIESSELMANN, 74, of Arlington, who died at Memorial Hospital of Dodge County February 11, 1992, were Friday, February 14 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church north of Arlington. Rev. Michael L. Rogers officiated. Burial was in St. Paul's Cemetery with military services conducted by Arlington Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 8332 and American Legion Post No. 71.
Glenn H. Giesselmann was born Sept. 6, 1917, at Arlington. He lived all his life in the Arlington area.
He farmed from 1946 to 1963. He then worked for Boschult Construction of Fremont and Gerwick Construction of Snyder until 1972 when he started work as a custodian and maintenance man for the Arlington Public Schools.
He moved into Arlington in 1963. He retired from Arlington School System in 1982. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and Arlington VFW Post No. 8332.
He served in the United States Army during World War II from Sept. 22, 1942 to Jan. 9, 1946. He served in the Asiatic/Pacific theatre.
He married Meta Dunklau on Feb. 23, 1941 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry & Henriette Kruger Giesselmann and a brother, Larry.
He is survived by hi wife, Meta; three daughters, Diane Cook of Sidney, Nebraska; Sharon (Dr. Charles) Petrie of San Diego, Califronia and Glenda (Dr. Arthur) Isreal of Seattle, Washington; three brothers, Lyle of Omaha, Rupert of St. Louis, Missouri and Merle of Fremont; one sister, Harriet (Mrs. Gene) Bloemker of Dakota Ciry, Nebraska and five grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Lee Wehmeyer, Dennis Wittmann, Steve Bremer, Randy Bloemker, Ronald Giesselmann and Dean Giesselmann.
RECKMEYER-MOSER FUNERAL HOME was in chare of arrangements."

Son of Henry Giesselmann & Henriette Kruger
Glenn H. Giesselmann, married Meta L. Dunklau on February 23, 1941
Served in United States Army World War II

Obituary:
"GLENN H. GIESSELMANN, 74, of Arlington, who died at Memorial Hospital of Dodge County February 11, 1992, were Friday, February 14 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church north of Arlington. Rev. Michael L. Rogers officiated. Burial was in St. Paul's Cemetery with military services conducted by Arlington Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 8332 and American Legion Post No. 71.
Glenn H. Giesselmann was born Sept. 6, 1917, at Arlington. He lived all his life in the Arlington area.
He farmed from 1946 to 1963. He then worked for Boschult Construction of Fremont and Gerwick Construction of Snyder until 1972 when he started work as a custodian and maintenance man for the Arlington Public Schools.
He moved into Arlington in 1963. He retired from Arlington School System in 1982. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and Arlington VFW Post No. 8332.
He served in the United States Army during World War II from Sept. 22, 1942 to Jan. 9, 1946. He served in the Asiatic/Pacific theatre.
He married Meta Dunklau on Feb. 23, 1941 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry & Henriette Kruger Giesselmann and a brother, Larry.
He is survived by hi wife, Meta; three daughters, Diane Cook of Sidney, Nebraska; Sharon (Dr. Charles) Petrie of San Diego, Califronia and Glenda (Dr. Arthur) Isreal of Seattle, Washington; three brothers, Lyle of Omaha, Rupert of St. Louis, Missouri and Merle of Fremont; one sister, Harriet (Mrs. Gene) Bloemker of Dakota Ciry, Nebraska and five grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Lee Wehmeyer, Dennis Wittmann, Steve Bremer, Randy Bloemker, Ronald Giesselmann and Dean Giesselmann.
RECKMEYER-MOSER FUNERAL HOME was in chare of arrangements."


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MARRIED FEB. 23, 1941

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WORLD WAR II


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