Bio: Schulze, Edward E. (1879 - 19??)
Surnames: Schulze, Luebke, Dunbar, Delaney
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Schulze, Edward E. (26 March 1879 - 19??)
Edward E. Schulze, who is president of the city council of Wausau, Wis., and is coroner of Marathon County, has spent almost his entire life here and is one of the city's well known business men. He was born March 26, 1879, in Mayfield, Cal., and is a son of Ernest and Augusta (Luebke) Schulze. The Schulze family is of German extraction. The parents of Mr. Schulze moved from Wausau to California in 1870 and in 1879 returned to Wausau, when he was an infant. The father was a shoemaker by trade and later operated a hotel. His death occurred in 1895 but the mother survived until 1908. Edward E. Schulze was reared in this city and obtained his education in the public and parochial schools, his parents belonging to the Lutheran church. After his school days he learned the jewelry trade and for the past seventeen years he has been associated with the C. F. Dunbar Jewelry Company. He has been very active in Democratic politics and since 1908 has served as secretary of the Marathon County Democratic Executive Committee. In the fall of 1910 he was elected coroner of Marathon County. In civic matters he has been earnest and public spirited and at different times has represented the Fifth and Third Wards in the city council,, belonging to the latter at the present time.
Mr. Schulze married Miss Gertrude Delaney, of Avoca, Wis., and they have one daughter, Kathleen. His fraternal connections include the Knights of Pythias, the Odd Fellows, the Eagles and the E. F. U.
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