Freimund, Otto W. (History - 1886)


Janet Schwarze





----Source: 1918 History of Clark County, Wisconsin

OTTO W. FREIMUND, proprietor of the Brezzy Hill Cheese Factory, in Section 14, Worden Township, is a native of Wisconsin, having been born at Steven's Point, May 2, 1886. He is a son of Christ and Caroline (Rehm) Freimund, the father having formerly been in the livery business in that locality, but being now in the saloon business at Elkhart Lake. Otto W. Freimund, at the age of 16 years, began to learn the cheese-maker's trade at Sheboygan Falls, Wis., after which for a short time he was engaged in the same line of industry at Plymouth, Wis.


In March, 1909, Mr. Freimund and Theresa Ida Heinig were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. Mr. Beisser of the German Reformed Church, at Plymouth, Wis. Mrs. Freimund, who was born Sept. 30,1887, at Cleveland, Wis., is a daughter of Louis and Ida (Artiz) Heinig. Her father, owner of a knitting mill at Cleveland, is now located at Plymouth, Wis. in 1914 Mr. Freimund came to Clark County, where he entered the employ of the Thorp. Dairy Company, with which he remained for two years. At the end of that time he decided to engage in business for himself and accordingly bought the factory and business he is now operating. Being a thoroughly competent man in his line of industry, and with good business ability, he is making progress and is already one of the prosperous citizens of his township. Mr. and Mrs. Freimund have one child, Glenweye Henry, who was born Jan. 11, 1913.



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