Bio: Gaetzman, Frank J. (1871 – 19??)
Surnames: Gaetzman, Fruechtl
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Gaetzman, Frank J. (19 June 1871 – 19??)
FRANK J. GAETZMAN, who has been a resident of Wausau, Wis., for a quarter of a century and is prominent in political and fraternal circles in Marathon County, was born in Kewaunee County, Wis., June 19, 1871, a son of Peter and Regina Gaetzman. He was reared at Green Bay, Wis., and from there came to Wausau, where he engaged in the hotel business, and six years later he opened his palm garden, which he has conducted for the past eleven years. He is one of Wausau's public spirited and liberal handed men. Politically a republican, he has served in many party offices and in 1910 was his party's candidate for sheriff. For the past six years he has been a member of the county board from the First Ward and carefully watches the city's interests.
Mr. Gaetzman was married at Wausau to Miss Celia Fruechtl and they have three children: Liparda, Esther and Margaret. The family belongs to the Catholic Church. Mr. Gaetzman has been very active in the Catholic order of Foresters and at present is chief ranger and deputy high chief ranger of this district. He is also state vice president of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and is personally and officially known all over this part of Wisconsin.
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