Brian and Michelle (Marcks) Glasz of DeWitt, Iowa, died Tuesday morning, June 13, 2017, in their home.
Brian Paul Glasz was born Dec. 3, 1965, in Montgomery, Alabama, to William and Madonna (Hahn) Glasz. He served in the United States Navy prior to graduating from the University of Nebraska Medical School as a Physician’s Assistant. Brian worked as a PA in Canby, Minnesota, Clinton, Morrison, Illinois, and Davenport. He also managed Flying Dutchman Farms in rural DeWitt.
Michelle Renee Glasz was born Nov. 27, 1962, in Estherville, Iowa, to Bernie and Betty (Olsen) Marcks. She graduated from Creighton University in 2001 with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Michelle worked as a Pharmacist at hospitals in Des Moines, Canby, Minnesota, Clinton, DeWitt and Davenport.
The couple was married May 21, 1998, in Omaha. Brian loved all facets of farming, skeet shooting and hunting. He had many hobbies including cooking, snowmobiling and spending time in his shop welding. Michelle loved baking cookies to give away, animals, especially horses and dogs and enjoyed bicycling, gardening and camping. She looked forward to participating in RAGBRAI each year. Michelle and Brian loved the life they shared and cherished time they would spend with their granddaughter.
They are survived by Michelle’s sons, Derek (Alyssa) Henscheid of Iowa City, Aaron Henscheid and Alex Henscheid of Des Moines; their son, Gavin Glasz of DeWitt; a granddaughter, Jenna Henscheid; Brian’s parents, Bill and Madonna Glasz of Henderson, Nevada; Michelle’s mother, Betty Westberg of Davenport; Brian’s siblings, Kevin (Ellen Romines) Glasz of Alexandria, Virginia, Eric (Teri) Glasz of Hutto, Texas, and Amysue (Matt Rosenberg) Glasz of Henderson; aunts, uncles, other relatives and friends.
Preceding Brian and Michelle in death were Michelle’s father, Bernie; her step-father, Jerry Westberg and their grandparents.
The family will receive relatives and friends at Schultz Funeral Home, DeWitt from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, June 24, 2017. There will be no service.
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