Obit: Freimund, Glen (1913 - 1994)

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Surnames: FREIMUND HEINIG LEE THOME MOYNIHAN

----Sources: Jennie Clerf Scrapbook

Freimund, Glen (11 JAN 1913 - 4 JUN 1994)

Mr. Glenweye "Glen" H. Freimund passed away of an apparent heart attack on June 4th at his home. He was 81.

Glen was born on Jan. 11, 1913 in West Bend, Washington, Co., the son of Otto and Theresa (Heinig) Freimund. He moved to the Stanley, WI area and attended schools in Clark County. Glen worked for years with his father, who operated a cheese factory in Thorp, Clark County. On May 26, 1933 he was united in marriage to agnes M. Lee at Stanley. After tehir marriage the couple moved to Plymouth. Glen worked for the Kraft Cheese Co. there and in Chicago, IL. He also was employed at Capelle’s Appliance Store in Plymouth and owned and operated the Freimund’s Bratwurst Stand from 1966 until he retired in 1982. Agnes preceded him in death on Dec. 8, 1991.

Survivors include a son, David of Plymouth; two daughters, Darlene (John) Thome of Howards Grove and Janice Moynihan of Plymouth, nine grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; and a brother-in-law, Herbert (Marge) Lee of Ceres, CA.

Glen was a member of Salem United Church of Christ, the Plymouth Cassia Masonic Lodge #167 F&AM, the Plymouth Chapter #115 of the Royal Arch Masons of Plymouth, the Sheboygan Co. Shrine Club, Scottish Rite Bodies of the Valley of Milwaukee and the Tripoli Temple of Milwaukee.

Funeral services were held June 8th at Salem United Church of Christ in Plymouth with the Revs. James Hoppert and Arlan Schlundt officiating. The Plymouth Cassia mason Lodge #167 conducted services at the Funeral Home June 7th. Cremation followed the services.

Whittkopp Funeral Service Inc., of Plymouth was in charge of arrangements.

 

 


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