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Glenn Allen Kasdorf

April 15, 1930 - March 20, 2021
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Krause Funeral Home Brookfield
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Brookfield, WI 53072
Saturday 3/27, 4:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Krause Funeral Home Brookfield
21600 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, WI 53072
Saturday 3/27, 6:00 pm
Wisconsin Memorial Park
13235 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005

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Glenn found everlasting peace in the arms of our Lord on March 20, 2021, while in home hospice care. He was born on April 15, 1930 in Milwaukee to Ervin and Irma Kasdorf. While in his teens he earned the Eagle Scout Award. He enlisted in the US Marines in 1948 and while fighting inContinue Reading

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Charlotte Brody left a message on March 30, 2021:
Dear Rona and Family, Please accept my deepest heartfelt condolences on the passing of your dear Glenn. You were both such wonderful hosts when we visited you! It has been in my memory always. Please take good care of yourself and stay well. Love, Charlotte
Evelyn Dragiff left a message on March 26, 2021:
Dear Rona and Family: I shall always remember your gracious hospitality when I visited you several years ago with Jan, Glenn was so kind ,with such a sweetness about him, that his memory will always remain with me. You have my heartfelt condolences at his passing. Evelyn
Minnie Benson left a message on March 24, 2021:
Rona and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. He was a good friend and loved helping others. Treasure his memory. I will honor his memory with a contribution to Disabled American Veterans. I'll be thinking of you on Saturday.
Glenn Frankovis left a message on March 24, 2021:
I only have a vague recollection of him from when I was a copper, but I had the honor and pleasure of meeting him when we were both volunteers at the Milwaukee V.A. Hospital driving veterans to and from their appointments for the D.A.V. section there. That was when I first learned of his service in the Korean War with the Marines. We worked with a lot of guys on MPD like him who were veterans during those years and were so very humble that many, if not most, of us never knew of their honorable service until reading their obituaries or, as in my case, actually meeting them after retirement. Salute sir! I'm happy to have met you and glad you enjoyed a long life and hopefully a healthy one. My condolences to family and friends.
Jan Williams left a message on March 24, 2021:
Glenn gave so much to so many, as a devoted family man, a patriotic veteran Marine, a dedicated public servant, a Christian, a dear friend, and a principled human being. He will be long remembered and keenly missed by the many who loved him. May God comfort all who grieve his loss.
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Tim Hanahan left a message on March 23, 2021:
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