Ronald Glaser
September 13, 1941 - June 26, 2022
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Krause Funeral Home Milwaukee
9000 West Capitol Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53222
Friday 7/8, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Trisagion Service at 6:00PM.

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
9400 West Congress Street
Milwaukee, WI 53225
Saturday 7/9, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
9400 West Congress Street
Milwaukee, WI 53225
Saturday 7/9, 9:30 am
Wisconsin Memorial Park
13235 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
Saturday 7/9

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to organizations important to Ron: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church or Washington High School Boys Basketball, Washington High School, Attn: Coach Riley, 2525 North Sherman Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210.

Ron Glaser, age 80, was a loving husband, father, papou, brother, uncle, friend and member of the Milwaukee community. He died peacefully and surrounded by family on June 26, 2022. Ron is survived by his wife Georgia (née Ganos), daughter Eleni (Peter) Glerum, grandchildren Katie Glerum and Maddie Glerum, sister Beverly Archibald, sisters-in-law Zoë Ganos,…

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Harriett Menos Alioto left a message on July 8, 2022:
My deepest sympathies on your loss. Ron was a kind man who loved his family dearly and never complained going out to dinner with ladies. He will missed. May his memory be eternal.
Andrea Topetzes Mann left a message on July 7, 2022:
Dearest Georgia, Eleni and Family- I was so sorry to learn about Ron’s passing. What a great guy! Many happy memories with all of you and our parents. I still remember visiting State Fair and can picture Ron happily cooking away! He was a great contributor to Annunciation. May his memory be eternal.
Jack Rooney left a message on July 6, 2022:
To Georgia and Ron's entire family. I met and got to know Ron when he was a chauffeur for Andrus. I rode with him many times and would always request him. He was a wonderful listener and enjoyed my stories as much as I enjoyed his. Through our many trips, I learned of his teaching, coaching and playing accomplishments. I was delighted by the honor that Washington High bestowed on him with his namesake tournament. More than anything, I was taken with Ron's complete gentlemanliness. He exuded kindness. May God bless him.
Sharon Mahos left a message on July 2, 2022:
Dear Georgia, Eleni and extended family, I was shocked to read this announcement today about Ron. May he rest in peace. Memory eternal.💔💖
Marlene Ego left a message on July 1, 2022:
Dear Georgia and Eleni, My deepest sympathy to you all. I enjoyed working and talking with Ron as he was so kind and sensitive to others' needs. I remember our trip to the Diocese home in Chicago many, many years ago where we met with then Bishop Iakovos (of blessed memory) It was an emotional day for all of us. May his memory be eternal and may out Lord give you strength as you journey ahead. He will be truly missed by all of us.
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Peggy Dynicki left a message on July 1, 2022:
My deepest sympathy to Georgia and all of Ron's family. I was very saddend to hear of his passing. Ron was a real gentleman and a very kind man. May his memory be eternal.
Nick karegeannes left a message on July 1, 2022:
RIP My friend may your memory be eternal 🙏 😢
Jim Smith left a message on July 1, 2022:
I had the pleasure of coaching Ron at Marquette University. We stayed in touch and when Ron visited his daughter in Minnesota, he would contact me and we would meet for lunch. Basketball alumni from Marquette, years 1957 to 63 would have a reunion each year, organized by Captain Ed Carter. Ron was always there accompanied by his wife Georgia. Ron was not only a great basketball player but a better human being. I valued the time that I spent with him. We all will miss him. Jim Smith
Dane C Mathews left a message on June 30, 2022:
I knew Ron as a great high school & college athlete that I wanted to emulate at Rufus King. When I was a freshman at Marquette, I met Ron at my home, as he was just starting out as an Insurance salesman. We talked more about basketball, especially the ups and downs of basketball. Ron made me aware that there was more to life than just basketball. I always appreciate his honesty.
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
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