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Glasel, Rudolph L.

Rudolph L. Glasel  WWII
Rudolph L. Glasel - U.S. Navy WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 2/19/1901
Died On: 3/9/1972 Last Residence: 92107, San Diego, San Diego, California
Street Address: 525 Halstead Avenue
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy-WWII- USS Gilmore

Veteran Code: UNK-25


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Rudolph L. Glasel was born in New York on 19-Feb-01. In Rye his families address was 525 Halstead Avenue. Rudolph enlisted and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

C Elect. R. L. Glasel wrote us from the USS Gilmore. He's in the submarine service and evidently where it's a bit warm in the Pacific for he would like to have a bit of the cold Westchester weather. How about a swap—some of our cold for some of your warm.
Friday, January 19, 1945 THE RYE CHRONICLE


GLASEL, JENNIE (GIOVANNA) PICO Jennie (Giovanna) Pico Glasel, born May 4, 1909, in New Jersey, died peacefully in her Ocean Beach home on February 7, 2009. Jennie came to San Diego in 1954, where she met her beloved husband, the late U.S. Naval Warrant Officer, Rudoph L. Glasel. She learned to play the violin at age 17 and played with several orchestras, until she was 94. Jennie is survived by her step-son, Jay A. Glasel, PhD, and four generations of nieces and nephews. A devout Catholic, Jennie was a dedicated parishioner at the Sacred Heart Church in Ocean Beach.




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