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Obituary- Beverly Schulz Glab

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Memorial services will be Dec. 31 for Beverly Schulz Glab, who died Dec. 24, 2001, at her home in Round Hill, Nev. She was 80.

Mrs. Glab was born Nov. 7, 1921, at Milwaukee, Wis., and had been a 23-year resident of Round Hill, Zephyr Cove, Nev. She graduated from North Division High School at Milwaukee in 1939, and married Capt. John Glab Aug. 26, 1947. Through the years she made homes for her family at Ames, Iowa; Japan; West Point, N.Y.; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Algonac, Mich.; Larson Air Force Base, Moses Lake, Wash.; McClean, Va.; Daker, Senegal; Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas; Elmira, N.Y.; Okemos, Mich.; and Round Hill, Nev.

She was a member of the Edgewood Ladies Bridge Club, Douglas County Republican Central Committee, Lake Tahoe Nevada Republican Women, The Retired Officers Association and Tahoe Douglas Senior Center. She was a member and past president of the South Lake Tahoe Women’s League and had been chair of several charity functions such as the fashions shows. She was also a member of the Barton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and volunteered at the Attic, the auxiliary’s thrift store.

She is survived by sons and daughters-in-law, William Nicholas and Valerie Glab of Frederick, Md., Thomas Alvin and Elizabeth Glab of Carson City, Nev., and Christopher John and Susan Glab of Lake Forest, Ill.; and grandsons, Jason, Jonathan, Kyle, Tyler and Christopher Glab. She was predeceased by her husband, John Edward Glab, and son, John Paul Glab.

Memorial services will be at 3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31 at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Glenbrook, Nev.

The family requests donations in her memory be made to the Lake Tahoe Humane Society and S.P.C.A., P.O. Box PET, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96158.


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