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St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Bu
Monday, October 26
10 AM

Visitation Information

Jerome H. Glunz, age 77 of Buffalo, passed away on Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at New River Medical Center in Monticello. He was born on July 4, 1932 in Buffalo the son of Fred & Geneiveve (Malachek) Glunz. On October 12, 1950 Jerome Glunz and Kathleen Zinken were joined in holy marriage. He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years: Kathleen Glunz; children: Bonnie (Hal) Berger, Margie Peterson, Sandy (Chuck) Davidson, Debbie (Al) Huikko, Jerry (Debby) Glunz, Bobby (Barb) Glunz, Jim (Cindy) Glunz, Fred Glunz, John Glunz and special friend Kim, Dana (Rick) Meyer; also survived by twenty grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; brother: Paul (Betty) Glunz,; sisters: Angie Tobritzhofer and Eileen Klatt; step-brothers, step-sisters, and many other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Jerome is preceded in death by infant daughter: Monica Gail Glunz; granddaughter: Brianna Glunz; parents: Fred & “Jenny” Glunz; son-in-law: Ed Peterson; Brothers-in-law: Jim Klatt and Jim Tobritzhofer; stepsisters: Betty Green and Dorothy Derks; and by stepbrother: Elmer Derks. Visitation is on Sunday, October 25 from 4:30-8:30PM at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo with a prayer service at 8PM. Mass of Christian burial is on Monday, October 26 at 10AM at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo. Father David Hennen is the Celebrant. Casket bearers are: Jerry Glunz, Bob Glunz, Jim Glunz, Fred Glunz and John Glunz. Serving the family…..

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4 Guestbook Entries

  1. Tammie & Bruce Anderson

    We do not have words to express how sad we feel for your family. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  2. Krissy & Todd DeVries

    Jerry and Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Keep your head high.

  3. Pat Dearing

    Glunz Family,

    I’m so sorry to hear about your dad. I’m out of town and just read it. I remember hanging out at your home in our ‘wilder’ days. Your mom and dad were like second parents to me. Your home was always full of laughter and love and your dad always had those big hugs when welcoming us into your home. I’ve run into him a couple of times over the years and he was the same – never forgetting any friends of his kids. He was certainly something special and will be missed. Your memories will keep him forever in your hearts.


  4. Dolores (Kramber) Chouinard

    My love, prayers, and deepest sympathy in the loss of Jerome, and am so sorry that we found out too late to attend his services!! We were vacationing and just arrived home. With Mom & Dad, Joe, Emma, Eddy and Betty all gone, sometimes the news doesn’t get around in time either. Again, my deepest sympathy!


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