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  • Rosemary Ermis
    Trojanek, Glenn A. Glenn Augustus Trojanek, born March 1, 1923, to Albert F. and Augusta (Stanek) in East Jordan, Michigan. Died June 12, 2010. Married to Mary
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      Trojanek, Glenn A.

      Glenn Augustus Trojanek, born March 1, 1923, to Albert F. and Augusta (Stanek) in East Jordan, Michigan. Died June 12, 2010. Married to Mary Ann Lenosky at St. Joseph's Church, East Jordan, June 11, 1949.

      He is survived by wife Mary Ann, son Steven & wife Patricia of Lakeway, Texas and brother Francis of Prescott, Arizona and sister-in-law Jean Lenosky of Troy, Michigan; and numerous nieces & nephews.

      Brother of the late Helen Penfold, Robert F. Trojanek and Jean Boensch and deceased brothers-in-law John Lenosky, Robert Felix, DuWayne Penfold and Joseph Boensch and sister-in-law Frances Felix.

      Glenn served in the U.S. Army Air Force as Tech Sergeant with 948th Engineers, HQ HQ SQ 8th A.F., in aerial photography, from April, 1943 to March, 1946. Served in India and later in Okinawa. Returned to Michigan State, East Lansing earning B.A. in Landscape Architecture June, 1949. Professional career, four years as a landscape architect in Charleston, W. Va., Senior Associate Landscape Architect, Detroit Board of Education, retired May 1985. Emeritus member American Society of Landscape Architects (A.S.L.A.) Located to Carrollton, Texas 1993. Member: Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, Farmers Branch, Texas. Member: American Legion; Carrollton Senior Center Gifted artist in oils, woodworking, avid fly fisherman, enjoyed golf and he liked to dance!

      Viewing: North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch on Tuesday June 15, 2010 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Funeral Mass at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, Farmers Branch at 12 noon on Wednesday June 16, 2010. Burial: DFW National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas at 2:00 Wednesday June 16, 2010.

      Published in Dallas Morning News on June 15, 2010

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