Bio: Geisler, Charles H. (1869 – 19??)
Surnames: Geisler, Klamenn
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Geisler, Charles H. (14 December 1869 – 19??)
CHARLES H. GEISLER,* proprietor of a meat market at No. 528 Forest Avenue, Wausau, Wis., has been in the meat business here for the last twenty-three years. He was born in Wausau. December 14. 1869, a son of Frank and Minnie Geisler, both of whom are now living in Marathon county, in which they were early settlers.
Charles H. Geisler in his boyhood attended the public schools of Wausau and after his school days were over he began to learn the butcher's trade. Subsequently he established himself in business here, about 1890, and has since carried it on successfully. He does his own butchering, having a slaughter house about one mile east of the city.
Mr. Geisler married Nettie Klamenn, who was born in Germany, and they have had four children, namely: Arnold, Leona, Ermengarde and Carl. Mr. Geisler is a member of the M. B. A. and order of Maccabees. He stands high as a citizen and has done his part in helping to build up the commercial interests of Wausau.
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