Bio: Kuebler, John M. (1864 19??)





Surnames: Kuebler, Curtis, Yale, Werheim, Single


----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.


Kuebler, John M. (30 June 1864 19??)


JOHN M. KUEBLER, president of the J. M. Kuebler Co., manufacturers of sash, doors, etc., at Wausau, has been a resident of this city for more than thirty years and is well and favorably known in substantial business circles. He was born at Batavia, Genesee County, N. Y., June 30, 1864, and is a son of M. F. and Catherine Kuebler.


The parents of Mr. Kuebler moved to Fond du Lac, Wis., in his childhood and he attended the public schools there and learned his trade in one of that city's manufacturing plants. When he came to Wausau he entered the employ of Curtis Bros., now the Curtis-Yale Company, with which he continued for thirty years and for twenty-six of these was superintendent of their great plant. In March, 1912, the J. M. Kuebler Company was organized, Mr. Kuebler becoming president, and general manager, taking over the old plant of the Werheim Company. They then entered upon the manufacture of sash, doors, etc., on a large scale and the business has prospered from the beginning.  


Mr. Kuebler married Miss Margaret Single, a member of one of the old pioneer families of Wausau, and they have one son, Benjamin G. While Mr. Kuebler has never been very active in politics, he has taken much interest in Masonry and is a Knight Templar, a thirty-second degree Mason and a member of the Mystic Shrine.  




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