Bio: Wiechmann, Fred G. (1884 – 19??)
Surnames: Wiechmann, Kiefer
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Wiechmann, Fred G. (1884 – 19??)
FRED G. WIECHMANN, proprietor of the Wiechmann Drug Stores, one of which is located at No. 310 Scott Street, and the other at No. 1703 North Sixth Street, Wausau, has an experience covering thirteen years in the drug business. He was born at Wausau, Wisconsin. July 12, 1884, and is a son of Adolph Wiechmann and wife, the former of whom died in this city in November 1911.
Fred G. Wiechmann has spent the greater part of his life in his native city, attending the public schools until old enough to make a choice of career and then becoming a clerk and student in a local drug store. Later he took a course in pharmacy in the medical department of the Milwaukee College and after graduating devoted his entire time to his profession. In May, 1907, he established his store on Scott Street, and in March, 1909, his second store to accommodate patrons on North Sixth Street. Both stores carry a complete line of pure drugs, conforming to the law in every way, together with the additional goods usually found in modern drug stores. He is a manufacturing chemist, one specially being Dr. Monroe's Rheumaloi, a patent medicine for the alleviation of rheumatic afflictions, this branch of the business being carried on under the name of the Rheumol Remedy Company.
In October, 1911, Mr. Wiechmann was married to Miss Clara Kiefer, of Wausau. He is identified with no fraternal organizations but is a valued member of the Wausau Club.
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