Bio: Tisch, Max L. (1882 – 19??)
Surnames: Tisch, Janusick
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Tisch, Max L. (13 December 1882 – 19??)
MAX L. TISCH, who is in the contracting, heating and plumbing business at Wausau, Wisconsin, is a well known resident, his whole life having been passed here, where he was born December 13, 1882. He is a son of Carl and Augusta Tisch, both of whom are now deceased. The father was a well known man in Marathon County and for nine years was superintendent of the county farm.
Max L. Tisch was reared at Wausau and secured a public school education and then learned the plumbing business and worked as a plumber with different firms until 1904. He then went into business for himself at Antigo, Wisconsin, and remained there until 1908, when he came to his present location and started business in his native city in 1909. He is well equipped for any work in the line of plumbing or hot water heating and his contracts are completed to the entire satisfaction of all concerned.
Mr. Tisch married Miss Marie Janusick, of Wausau, and they have two children: Dorothy and Maxwell. He is identified with the Odd Fellows, the Eagles and the Fraternal Reserve Association. He owns a fine auto-delivery car and all his other business equipments are entirely up to date. He is a good, reliable citizen but takes no very active part in political matters.
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