Glenn H. Demoske

Glenn H. Demoske (age 81) was welcomed into the arms of his
Savior, Jesus, on March 30,
.  He was born in Waupun
on December 1, 1934 to O. E. “Joe” and Alvina “Bonnie”
Demoske.  He graduated from Fond du Lac High School in 1952 and attended
UW-Madison.  On November 7, 1954, he married the love
of his life Anita M. Hollander at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church,
Fond du Lac.


Glenn served in the United States Marine Corps from
1953-1955.  He worked at Giddings &
Lewis from 1955-1965, then with his dad at Demoske’s Marine Supply in Green Lake
until 1970.  He decided to complete his
college education and moved with his wife and three children to Menomonie, WI
where he attended UW-Stout.  He worked as
a foreman at Mercury Marine and then taught at MPTI and retired as an Associate
Dean in 1991.


Throughout his life, he has enjoyed being in Sea Scouts,
rebuilding and driving Corvairs, traveling and making wine (Red Shoe was his
label).  In his early 70’s he took up
playing the upright bass and played with the Worship Team at Hope Lutheran
where he was an
active member.  He has been a strong
Christian influence on his whole family whom he loved very much and he was so
proud of them all.


His memory is treasured by his survivors: Anita, his beloved
wife; two daughters Tasha (Fred) Fink, Marci (Mike) Scharf and daughter-in-law
Pam Demoske; his grandchildren Chelsea (Joe) Axtman, Shelby and Shannon Fink,
Adam (Kim) Scharf, Kylene (Cameron) Draeger, Erica Scharf, Noah and Jacob
(Vickie) Demoske, Krista (Tim) Wichman, and Ben Demoske; thirteen
great-grandchildren; sister Carol Dorn and sister-in-law Betty Bigsby and many
friends and relatives.


Preceding him in death were his son, Jeff Demoske, his
parents, parents-in-law, Oscar and Verna Hollander, brothers-in-law Roy Dorn,
Lyle Bigsby and Robert Hollander and sister-in-law Jane Hollander.


A celebration of Glenn’s life will be held at Hope Lutheran
Church, 260 Vincent Street, Fond du Lac with Rev. Steve Huff, on Monday, April
4, 2016, with visitation from 9:00-11:00 a.m., the service at 11:00 a.m. followed by military
honors. Memorials may be directed to Hope
Lutheran Church


The family wishes to extend their gratitude and appreciation
for the compassionate and personalized care shown to Glenn and his family by
the doctors and nurses at Froedtert
Memorial Hospital

in Milwaukee.  They made our journey through this difficult
time so much easier to endure.


Kurki-Mach Funeral Chapel & Crematory is serving the