Eileen Virginia (Patch) Glanzman passed away May 15, 2017. She was born October 3, 1913 in Omaha, Nebraska to Okley and Susan Virginia Vroman Patch.
Her mother died when Eileen was three years old and she lived with her maternal grandparents, Ezra and Betty Brooks Vroman on their farm near Moberly, Missouri until she was 13 years old.
Her father remarried in 1927 and Eileen and her brother Robert moved to Indianapolis to live with their father and stepmother Rosalie Dolzel Patch. She graduated from Howe High School. She married Jack Irving Glanzman who she met while both worked in a department store in downtown Indianapolis. They married in 1933 and had two sons, Jack, Jr. and Richard A. Glanzman.
Eileen was a stay-at-home mother until her sons were in high school when she began a career as a sales associate in the furniture business, working at Blocks Department Store and later Grahams of Glendale Furniture store and still later Ron Lucas Interiors of Carmel. She retired from Lucas Interiors in 1990.
Eileen was predeceased by her husband; son, Jack, Jr., as well as her parents and stepmother. She is survived by her son Richard Allen Glanzman.
She enjoyed her role as a homemaker and enjoyed cooking delicious meals for family and friends.
She was a charter member of the Isle of Pines Chapter of the International Travel Study Club and its last surviving member. As its final member she donated the clubs records to the Indiana Historical Society in 2006.
Services will be held on Friday, May 19, 2017 at 3:00 PM at the Peace Chapel in the Community Mausoleum at Crown Hill Cemetery with calling beginning at 2:00 PM.
Donations in her memory may be made to the Indianapolis Humane Society. Special thanks go to Debra Farmer who gave her loving care at home for three years as well as the staff at Marquette Health Center where she spent the last eight months.
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What a loving, kind, and generous soul Mrs.Glanzman was to me her caregiver. I miss her tremendously and pray God's peace rest upon you Dick, for she loved you and louie unconditionally until the end. I will remember her as a friend, and was blessed to have had the opportunity to be with her every day. A witness to her strength and confidence in the Lord and her love for people. I loved you too Mrs. Glanzman.
I'm sorry to learn of Eileen's passing. It has to be especially painful for Dick, who took wonderful care of her for as long as she was able to remain in the home that they shared. She was lucky to have such a devoted son.. She had so many friends and outlived them all, but with many, happy memories of sharing life with them. I count myself lucky to be among those many who knew her. Ken Drilling, Indianapolis.
Dear Dick Glanzman. My condolences. We worked together several years. You were one of my favorite coworkers. You were always kind and gracious to all of us. I am also now a live in caregiver for my mom who is 95. Pauletta (McDaniel) DeWeese
Dick, I am sorry to hear of Eileen's passing. I feel very honored to be named after her as she was a lovely lady, who loved her family so very much. Also she enjoyed her dogs so much and considered them as family. Eileen Dawkins, of Missouri.
I am sorry to hear of Aunt Eileens passing. Ron and I so enjoyed visiting both of you at your homes. Unfortunately I will be in NYC this weekend so I'll miss the service. See you next week.
Linda & Amy Glanzman & Paula Goldberg
Dick--My kids and I used to live on the 62nd block of Washington Blvd, next door to the Manns. How often I would hear the children delighting: "We just went up to Mrs. Glanzman's and she gave us cookies." How kind! And gentle and generous. May your mom rest in peace.
Jean Denton, Nathan and Annemarie's mom.
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