Gloriann A. Meyn

Gloriann (Dynie) A. Meyn passed on to heaven, September 25, 2017 from complications of aging, but she was a firecracker for 88 years. 

Born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on August 3, 1929, she was the youngest child of Carl A. Kuether and Amelia K. (Grebe) Kuether. She attended Saint Peter’s Lutheran Elementary School and graduated from Goodrich High School in 1947. After school she worked at Infant Socks until she married Kenneth E. Meyn on January 17, 1953. She farmed with her husband until their retirement in 2000. She also worked making desserts and sandwiches for her nephew’s vending business along with her sister Anita. 

Her secret specialty recipe was her Ho-Ho Cake and Apple Slices. 

Dynie roller skated and bowled on leagues in her youth earning her the nickname Little Dynamite. Her brother Clarence was Dynamite. Later she served as a project leader for Horseshoe Springs 4-H club and was co-founder of the Fondy Violeteers, an African violet enthusiasts club. She learned to crochet and quilt in mid-life and was an accomplished lifelong knitter. She made many thick pot holders for church fundraisers and as gifts. 

She is survived by her husband, Kenneth, their daughter Katherine L. Meyn, her sister-in-law Lucille (Franklin) Kuether along with many nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents, her brothers, Clarence Scholl (Katherine), Lester (Marge) Kuether, Lawrence (Grace) Kuether, Franklin (Lucille) Kuether and Carl (Elaine) Kuether, and sisters, Delores (Ralph) Benedict and Anita (Robert) Geib. 

Services will be held on Friday, September 29, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at the Church of Peace United Church of Christ, 158 Military Road, Fond du Lac, WI. Rev. James Martin and Rev. Jennifer Dawson will officiate with burial at Ledgeview Memorial Park, Fond du Lac. Visitation will be at the church from 10:00 A.M. to the service. The family asks that in lieu of flowers memorials be made to the Church of Peace Build to Serve Fund, Salvation Army or Red Cross. Special thanks to Harbor Haven and Comfort Sitters, Agnesian Hospice. The Twohig Funeral Home of Fond du Lac is serving the family with arrangements, online guest book and condolences at