August P. “Augie” Glander, 71, of N Mill Street in Saukville died at his residence on Sunday November 16, 2003 of cancer.
Augie was born March 22, 1932 to Erhard Glander, Sr. and Bertha Buhrer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He served his country as a Staff Sargeant in the US Army from 1953 to 1955 and as a National Guard and Army reservist from 1951 to 1960. On February 14, 1988 he married Jean Gerard of Saukville at St. Peter’s Church in Saukville.
He moved from Milwaukee to Saukville to work in his father’s shop, Glander Metal. He attended St. Norbert’s College in DePere for 2 years. He was a life member of the Saukville Rifle and Pistol Club. He worked as a metal fabricator and welder and was retired from Modern Equipment in Port Washington. He had also worked for Frame Engineering in Port Washington and at various metal fabrication shops throughout the county over the last few years.
He enjoyed ornamental copper and iron work (i.e. furniture, bowls and platters, outdoor) and was an avid hunter and fisher. He loved his 2 airdale canine companions Maggie and Harley and he also love traveling the country with his wife.
He is survived by his wife Jean (nee Gerard), sons Dale Glander of Grafton, Scott Glander of Milwaukee & Gary (Peggy) Glander of Port Washington and 4 step children. Fond grandpa of Derrick, Elysha, Amanda and Ryan, further survived by a brother, 2 sisters, former wife Darlene Glander, other relatives and friends. Preceded by a sister Helen.
Family will receive friends Wed. Nov 19 from 4-7PM at the Saukville Rifle & Pistol Club, 4191 Blue Goose Rd., town of Saukville.