Also Jim Brunner's Sussex
Home Recording Studio "Blue Eagle Records"
(aka Blue Eagle Music) - 22214 W. Bonnie Lane, Sussex,
Just found some info on the internet that Jim Brunner and The Rhythaires may
have recorded a 45 with KL Recording Services as KS-1 on the A side only. Bill
Landowski & Village Brass were KS-2. KL was a recording studio in Hubertus and
they were established in 1952!
June 24, 2015 -
Maxine Brunner Fleury
You might not see it, it's up under the Eagle...LPS-1001. I'll have to get
together with my family and get pictures of the studio, recording board/equip
and list of the recordings he made. He even recorded groups that sang jingles -
the one that comes
to mind is Skipper Buds. My brother
and I heard it so much we can still sing it to this day
Yes, you are correct. My father-in-law is
played bass with him as well as several other contemporary bands. I'm surrounded
by musicians smile emoticon
would be happy to share whatever information you need.
- Ed Kenney's Orchestra -- Ed Kenney's Orchestra (LP)
As of 6-22-2008, according to WISCAT, 1) the only known copy of this
title is in the Manitowoc Public Library, and 2) there are no other titles
known to exist in any other Wisconsin Library.
NAME & ADDRESS: Glenn Moldenhauer, age 60, of N5693 Riverside Drive, Shawano,
formerly of Iron Ridge, WI, was welcomed into the loving arms of his Savior on
Sunday, Nov. 28, 2004.
BIRTH & PARENTS: Glenn was born Jan. 7, 1944, in Hartford, the son of the late
Gilbert and Magdalena (Callies) Moldenhauer.
EARLY YEARS & MARRIAGE: On June 20, 1965, he was united in marriage to Patricia
Fischer at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Iron Ridge.
INTERESTS - EMPLOYMENT: Glenn was a dairy farmer in the Iron Ridge area. He was
a member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Iron Ridge for 55 years where he
was on the church council and was a member of the choir. Glenn also belonged to
the Iron Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, the Allenton Lions Club and was
chairman for the Town of Herman Board of Adjustments. Then in 1999, he and his
wife moved to the Shawano area where Glenn worked for the Mid County Co-op in
Bonduel. He was a member of Divine Savior Ev. Lutheran Church and a member of
the choir. Glenn was known for forming the Glenn Moldenhauer Polka Band and was
a member of the United Orchestra Leaders for over 35 years. He enjoyed card
playing, fishing, and playing concertina for many anniversaries and gatherings.
His faith and his family meant the most to him and his grandkids were the apple
of his eye.
SURVIVORS: Glenn is survived by: his wife, Patricia; daughter, Cathy (Bryon)
Nehls of Juneau; grandchildren, Lucas, Carissa, Marco, Hannah; daughter, Barb
(Neal) Ewert of Mayville; grandchildren, Sarah, Samuel; daughter, Debbie (Dean)
Huming of Hector, Minn.; grandchildren, Jayden, Range, Parker; brothers and
sisters, Earl Moldenhauer, Marvin (Janet) Moldenhauer, Darlene (Earl)
Schellpfeffer all of Iron Ridge, Karen (Glen) Eller of West Bend; many nieces,
PRECEDED BY: Glenn was preceded in death by: two infant sons, Jeffrey and
Daniel; his parents; a sister-in-law, Marcy; nephew, David Moldenhauer.
FUNERAL SERVICES AND BURIAL: Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on
Saturday, Dec. 4, at Divine Savior Ev. Lutheran Church in Shawano with the Rev.
James Naumann and Rev. Bill Limmer officiating. Burial will be in St. Matthew's
Lutheran Cemetery in Iron Ridge. Family and friends may call at the church on
Saturday after 10 a.m. until the time of the service. Swedberg Funeral Home is
assisting the family with arrangements. In lieu of flowers, please make
memorials to the family to be used for Mission Outreach.
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