Glen Cram Jr., 84

Glen Cram Jr., of Grafton was born to eternal life on Feb. 29, 2012, 
at the age of 84 years. He was born in Tripoli on Jan. 16, 1928, the 
son of the late Glen and the late Mildred (nee Douscette) Cram.  He 
was united in marriage to Doris L. (nee Groth) Cram, on Sept. 12, 
1953, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Cedarburg.

Glen graduated from high school in Ladysmith in 1947. He worked for 
Stokley and then joined the military, where he served as a Sgt. First 
Class in the 9th Regiment, 2nd Infantry Tank Company during the 
Korean War.

After he was discharged honorably from the United States Army, Glen 
went on to work in construction for over 30 years with the Oscar 
Drumel Co. and Seltzer Ornst. Glen retired from the construction 
industry in 1988.

Glen enjoyed playing cards, sporting events, NASCAR racing, traveling 
and volunteering. He had such a great sense of humor and loved 
spending time with his family and friends. Glen was a member of the 
Rose-Harms American Legion Post in Grafton as well as the VFW.
Glen is survived by his wife, Doris Cram; daughters, Debra Musil and 
Dawn (Mark) Eurich; and sisters, Nora Jean (Tony) Markowski and 
Beverly (Darryl) McCarthy. He is further survived by four 
grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, other 
relatives and friends. Glen was preceded in death by a sister, 
Laurabelle Hraban of Ladysmith, and brother, Donald Cram of Ripon.
A funeral service was held March 4, 2012, at St. Paul Lutheran Church 
in Grafton. The family received friends at the church.  In lieu of 
flowers, memorials to St. Paul Lutheran Church or the Aurora VNA 
Hospice Care are appreciated. For online condolences, please visit