Glassman22 was born
in 1877 in Town of Westford, Dodge, WI. He died on 26 Mar 1930 in
Madison, Dane, WI. Beaver Dam Argus, Thursday, March 27, 1930, page
5. Theodore Glassmann, a life long resident of Beaver Dam and vicinity, died
at the General hospital at Madison shortly before ten o'clock last night. Mr.
Glassman had been at the Madison General hospital for the past four weeks, suffering
with cancer. The deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glassman and was
born in the town of Westford about 53 years ago. His entire life had been spent
on farms in this vicinity and the past fifteen years of it in this city. Surviving
are his widow and the following children: Frank, Mrs. Martha Nagler, Michael,
Mrs. Margaret Naemit, who lives near Madison, Herman, Mary, Joseph and Helen
Glassmann, all of this city. The funeral services will be held at St. Peter's
church at nine o'clock Saturday morning with Rev. Theo. Rohner officiating.
He was buried on 29 Mar 1930 in Beaver Dam Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI.
N1/2 Lot 12 BL A He was ill with Cancer.
Theodore Glassman and
Clara Staab were married on 29 Aug 1900 in Oak Grove Township, Dodge, WI.
was born on 1 Oct 1882 in Markesan, Green Lake, WI. She died on 14
Aug 1958 in Juneau, Dodge, WI. Mrs. Theodore Glassman (nee Clara
Staabs), 196 Roller Avenue, passed away this morning, Thursday, August 14, at
Juneau, following a lingering illness. She had been a resident of Beaver Dam
for 59 years.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 16, at 8:30 a.m. from the
Murray Funeral Home and at 9:00 a.m. from St. Peter's Church. Rev. Raymond Miller
will officiate at the service and interment will be at Beaver Dam.
The late Mrs. Glassman was born October 1, 1882, in Markesan, the daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staabs. She was married in 1895 to Theodore
Survivors are: two sons, Frank of Beaver Dam and Joseph of Pekin, Ill.;
three daughters, Mrs. Wm. (Martha) Nagler of Beaver Dam; Mrs. Charles (Margaret)
Nehmer of Randolph and Mrs. Ottis (Helen) Horton of Lodi; twenty grandchildren
and twenty-five great grandchildren also survive.
Preceding in death were: her parents; her husband; three sons and one daughter.
She was a member of St. Peter's Church.
Friends may call at the Murray funeral home after 4:00 p.m. on Friday until
the hour of the service on Saturday. A parish vigil will be held at 8:00 p.m.
She was buried on 18 Aug 1958 in Beaver Dam Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI.
N1/2 Lot 12 BL A Roller Ave, Beaver Dam 1930 Census shows Clara living with
Michael, 24, Thomas 19, Joseph 12 and Helen 9. Theodore Glassman and Clara Staab
had the following children:
was born on 30 Sep 1900 in Town of Westford, Dodge, WI. He died on
14 Sep 1972 in Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. Beaver Dam Daily Citizen, September
16, 1972, page 12. Funeral services for the late Frank Glassman, 414 S. Spring
St., Beaver Dam, will be held on Monday, Sept. 18, 11 a.m., at the Murray Funeral
Home. Burial will be in the Beaver Dam city cemetery. The late Mr. Glassman
passed away suddenly on Thursday, Sept. 14. He was born Sept. 30, 1900, in the
township of Westford, Dodge County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Glassman.
Mr. Glassman never married and lived in the area all of his life. He was a
stone mason and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Surviving are
one brother, Joseph of Pekin, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs. Charles (Margaret) Nehmer
of Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Ottie (Helen) Horton of Lodi; and other relatives and
friends. Preceding in death were his parents, three brothers and two sisters.
Friends may call at the Murray Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Sunday and until
the hour of services.
Pallbearers: Sylvester Schneider, Donald Heintz, Alfred Immerfal, Donald Smith,
Maurice Lyons, Michael Biel He was buried on 18 Sep 1972 in Beaver Dam Cemetery,
Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. Lot 1 BL V Grave 6 Pvt. Co. B. 302 Inf. WWII
Glassman was born on 23 Feb 1902 in Fox Lake, Dodge, WI. She
died on 25 Nov 1968 in Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. Mrs. William E. Nagler.
(nee Martha Glassman) , 510 E. xxx street, passed away at St. Joseph's Hospital
Monday, following a short illness.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 8:30 a.m. from the Murray Funeral
Home and at 9:00 a.m. from St. Peter's Catholic church with Rev. Joseph Stier
officiating. Interment will be in St. Peter's cemetery.
The late Mrs. Nagler was born February 23, 1902 in the town of Fox Lake,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Glassman. She was married in 1921 and
has spent most of her life in Beaver Dam.
Survivors include a son, William Jr., of Beaver Dam; two daughters, Mrs.
Reuben (Rosemary) Klokow of Racine and Mrs. Roland (Adeline) Anderson of Beaver
Dam; two brothers, Frank of Beaver Dam and Joseph of Pekin, Ill. two sisters,
Mrs. Charles (Margaret) Nehmer of Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Ottis (Helen) Horton of
Lodi, Wis. Eleven grandchildren also survive.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband in 1963, three brothers
and one sister.
She was a member of St. Peter's Catholic church, Christian Mothers Society
and the VFW auxiliary.
Friends may call at the Murray Funeral Home after 3:00 p.m. Thursday until
the hour of the services on Friday. The Christian Mothers will hold a vigil
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and the parish vigil will be held at 8:00 p.m. Thursday.
She was buried on 29 Nov 1968 in St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, Beaver Dam,
Dodge, WI. Martha's sister Mary and brother Frank are living with
her in 1930.
Glassman was born on 20 Aug 1904. He died on 31 Mar 1947.
He was buried in Beaver Dam Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. Lot
1 BL V PFC 320 ENG BN Wisconsin WWII|
Glassman was born on 7 May 1908 in Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. She
died on 28 Oct 1977. Pallbearers: Richard Lee Nehmer, Henry Nehmer,
Michael Neuman, Donald Nehmer, Lester Neuman, Kenneth Neuman She was buried
on 31 Oct 1977 in Oakwood Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI.|
Glassman was born on 14 Oct 1910. He died on 7 Jun 1953 in Tomahawk,
Lincoln, WI. Beaver Dam Argus, Thursday, June 18, 1953, page 1. LOCAL
RESIDENT DROWNING VICTIM Thomas Glazman's Body Found In River At Tomahawk The
body of Thomas "Butch" Glazman, 196 Roller Ave., Beaver Dam, was found
floating in the river near Tomahawk, Wis., on Saturday morning, June 13th, by
two fisherman, Oscar Krigel and August Steath, both of Merrill, who notified
the sheriff of Lincoln county, and the body was removed from the waters by the
officials of that county.
Glazman was identified from a fishing license found in his pocket after
it was removed from the river. The body was removed to Beaver Dam to the McKinstry-Yauman-Murray
funeral home in Beaver Dam from which funeral services were held Monday morning
at 10:00 a.m. According to reports received, Glazman had gone to Tomahawk
on June 6th with Arnold Jackman of this city, who has a cottage on the Somo Flowage
near Tomahawk. Glazman had registered at the Tomahawk Hotel Sunday morning,
June 7th at 6:25 and left again about one o'clock, and was not seen again at
the hotel. Glazman had been a lifelong resident of this city.
Beaver Dam Argus, same issue, page 3. Thomas C. Glazman, 196 Roller Ave.,
died Sunday, June 7, at Tomahawk, Wis., death was due to drowning. The deceased
was born October 14, 1911, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Glazman. Surviving
are: his mother, Mrs. Theodore Glazman, 196 Roller Ave., two brothers, Frank
of Beaver Dam and Joseph of Pekin, Ill., three sisters, Mrs. William Nagler of
Beaver Dam; Mrs. Charles Nehmer of Burnett and Mrs. Helen Kokesh of Lodi, Wis.
Preceding in death were his father; two brothers and one sister. Funeral services
were held Monday morning at 10:00 a.m., June 15, from the McKinstry-Yauman-Murray
Funeral Home, with interment at the Beaver Dam Cemetery. He was buried on 15
Jun 1953 in Beaver Dam Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. Lot 1 BL
V PFC 863 AAA AW BN CAC WWII Wisconsin
Glassman was born on 1 Feb 1913 in Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. She
died on 26 Oct 1944 in Madison, Dane, WI. Miss Mary Glassman Died
at Madison -- Funeral services were held at St. Peter church at nine o'clock
Monday morning for Miss Mary A. Glassman, who passed away in death at the General
hospital in Madison at eleven o'clock Thursday morning of last week following
a brief illness. The services were conducted by Rev. Charles Kleefisch and interment
was in the Beaver Dam cemetery. The deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Glassman and was born in this city on February 1st, 1913. With the
exception of two years spent in Milwaukee, she had always made this city her
home. She is survived by her mother, four brothers and three sisters. They
are Frank Glassman at home; Mrs. William Nagler of this city; Michael Glassman
aat home; Mrs. Chas. Nehmer of Rolling Prairie; Thomas Glassman overseas with
the armed forces; Joseph Glassman with the United States army in Alaska; and
Mrs. Albert Kokesh of Lodi, with whom she had been visiting when taken ill.
Her father and a brother, Walter, preceded her in death.
Beaver Dam Argus, Thursday November 2, 1944 Page 5. She was buried on 30 Oct
1944 in Beaver Dam Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. N1/2 Lot 12 BL
Glassman was born on 14 May 1915 in Town of Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI.
The Beaver Dam Argus on May 20, 1915, announced a son born to Theo.Glassman
of the town of Beaver Dam, on May 14th, 1915 He died on 5 Aug 1917 in Beaver
Dam, Dodge, WI. DIED -- GLASSMAN -- At his home on Main street, Beaver
Dam, on August 5, 1917, Wallie Glassman the little son of Theodore and Clara
Staab Glassman and aged 2 years and 3 months. This child was remarkably bright
and much beloved by all who knew him. He was taken ill with whooping cough and
pneumonia a few weeks ago which gave him great distress and soon closed his earthly
life. The funeral service were held today at 2 p.m., and his burial in Beaver
Dam Cemetery. Rev. T. S. Johnson conducted the service and a company of friends
and neighbors followed to his burial.
Beaver Dam Argus, Thursday, August 9, 1917 Page 5. He was buried on 7 Aug 1917
in Beaver Dam Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. N1/2 Lot 12 BL A
Glassman was born on 11 Dec 1917 in Watertown, Dodge, WI. He
died on 2 Mar 1985 in Canton, Fulton, IL. Joseph F. Glazman, 67,
of Lewiston, Ill. formerly of Pekin, Ill., died on Saturday, March 2, 1985 at
Graham Hospital, Canton, Ill.
He was born on December 11, 1917 in Watertown, Wis., the son of Theodore
and Clara (Staabs). He married Sarah (Sally) Milos on January 24, 1948 in Havana,
Survivors include his wife; two stepsons, Frank Frederick, Lewiston, Ill.,
and Clyde Frederick, Cuba, Ill.; six step-grandchildren and six step-great grandchildren;
one sister, Mrs. Helen Horton, Lodi.
He was preceded in death by three sisters and four brothers.
He retired in 1981 from Allied Mills, Bartonville, Ill. He was an Army veteran
of World War II, a lifetime member of the Lewiston VFW post, a member of the
Pekin Eagles Lodge and a member of St. Peter's Catholic church, Beaver Dam, Wis.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, March 5 at Henry Memorial Home, Lewiston,
Father Robert O'Connor officiating. Burial was in the Oak Hill cemetery, Lewiston.
Memorials can be made to the Fulton County Cancer Society. He was buried on
5 Mar 1985 in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lewistown, Fulton, IL.
Glassman was born on 17 Feb 1921 in Beaver Dam, Dodge, WI. She
died on 22 Oct 2000 in Prarie du Sac, WI. Helen C. Horton, 80, Lodi,
died on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2000 at Encore Senior Living.
She was born on February 17, 1920 at Beaver Dam, the daughter of the late Theodore
and Clara (Staabs) Glassman. Helen worked and volunteered for many years at
Samaritan Center. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and Altar
Sodality and the Lodi American Legion Auxiliary.
She is survived by two daughters, Diane (Dean) Slark, and Donna (Ron) Ebert;
four sons, Gerald (Pam) Kokesh, Kenneth (Nancy) Kokesh, Robert (Bonnie) Kokesh,
and David (Michelle) Horton; 19 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two husbands, Albert Kokesh, and Ottis Horton;
a son, Stephen Kokesh; a grandson, James Dean Slark; a great-granddaughter, Katelyn
Herbrand; five brothers, Michael, Thomas, Joseph, Frank and Walter Glassman;
and, three sisters, Martha Nagler, Margaret Nehmer, and Mary Glassman.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Oct. 25, 2000 at St. Patrick's Catholic
Church. Father Kenneth E. Klubertanz officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery.
The family suggests memorials to the Alzheimer's Association for research or
to St. Patrick's Catholic Church.
The family would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the staff at Encore Senior
Living, Prairie du Sac, for the excellent and compassionate care given to Helen.
She was buried on 25 Oct 2000 in St. Patrick's Church Cemetery, Lodi, Columbia,