Glenn W. Frank, 81

Funeral services for Glenn W. Frank, of Cedarburg, who passed away 
peacefully at Horizon Hospice on April 25, 2011 at the age of 81 
years, were held on Friday, April 29, 2011, at 7 p.m. at First 
Immanuel Lutheran Church, W67 N622 Evergreen Blvd. Cedarburg. 
Visitation was held at the church on Friday from 4 p.m. until the 
time of the service. Interment was at Zur Ruhe Cemetery.

Memorials to First Immanuel Guardian Angel Program, Cedarburg High 
School football program or American Lung Association are appreciated. 
Online condolences may be sent at

Glenn was born in Cedarburg on May 28, 1929, the son of the late 
Walter and Elsie (nee Schneider) Frank. Glenn was united in marriage 
to Eunice (nee Jaeger) on June 30, 1951, at First Immanuel Lutheran 
Church in Cedarburg.  Glenn was a member of the Men’s Club at First 
Immanuel Lutheran Church, vice president and director of Wisconsin 
Public Power Inc., a member of the Cedarburg Fire Department and 
Ducks Unlimited. Glenn enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, cooking 
and attending his grandchildren’s many events.

Georgia Tech and Marquette University both offered Glenn scholarships 
to play football.  Glenn chose Marquette to be closer to home. His 
love of football and position at Cedarburg Light & Water enabled him 
to be instrumental in acquiring lights for Friday night football.

Following 44 years of utility service to Cedarburg Light & Water, 
Glenn retired from his final role as manager in 1994. Under Frank’s 
leadership, the utility saw tremendous growth and maintained top 
level service to its customers. Moreover, his help in forming WPPI 
helped Cedarburg become a model for other Wisconsin municipalities.

Glenn is survived by his wife, Eunice (nee Jaeger);  children, Connie 
(Edward) Kison, Jeff (Julie) Frank, Jody (William) Buss and Jed 
(Sharon) Frank; grandchildren, Kyle (Kristine) Kison, Andrew (fiancée 
Niki) Kison, Kendall (Adam) Melichar, Audra Kison, Jordan (Hilary) 
Frank, Mallory Frank, Taylor Frank, Carly Frank, Sawyer Frank; Lucas, 
Nicholas and Evan Albrecht; Shannon, Jared and Heidi Buss; and 
Lindsey Frank; great-grandchildren, Cory Kison, Carter Melichar and 
Emerson Frank; siblings,  Audrey Zwickey, Bernice (Bud) Miser, Monica 
( Dick) Tillmann, Tom (the late Rosemarie) Frank. Glenn is further 
survived by  sisters-in-law, Ruth (the late Richard) Frank, Erna 
Stecker, Viola Maas, Ruthie Krueger, Darlene (Bob) Ladwig; brother-in-
law, Harry Viesselmann, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Mueller Funeral Home and crematory in Cedarburg has  been serving the