Obituary Glenn Byron Wainner 22 Jan 1967
dees Scheduled for Glenn Wainner S e r v i c e s will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Shee- Iar4tricklin M o r t u a r y f o r Gleim Byron Wainner, Long Beach businessman and Elk leader. Wainner, 66, who owned and;operated the service sta- Learn while you earn .. . attend EVENING tion at Seventh Street and Pacific Pacific Avenue for 25 years before before turning to the real estate business two years ago, died of a heart atlack Saturday while showing a home to prospective buyers. A native of Hutchinson, Kan., he came to liong Beach 28 years ago. In Kansas, he was Great Sachem of the Redman Redman Lodge of the state. For the past three years he had been treasurer of Long Beach Elds Lodge 888, and was also the Elks baseball chairman. After selling the service station, he was a real estate salesman for Belmont Realty. Surviving are his Wife, Lola I., of the home address, 6244 Emerald Cove; sons, William and James; daughters, Glenna Wainner and Mrs. B. Christensen; Christensen; brother, Ralph R.; sister, sister, Mrs. Marie Allen; five GLENN WAINNER Partridge Rites Due Wednesday at for died 171. 25 with was member i C grandchildren a n d great-grandchildren. three Services will be conducted S e r v i c e s be held; nicnt following in Westminster Westminster Memorial ParK. Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in' ; Holton Son Mortuary for: am Henry Partridge, who! was superintendent of thC| [Long Beach City Gas Co. for!