Grimsby Newspapers
Glassco, Malcolm Sterling (Died on 7 Oct 1945)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 11 Oct 1945, p. 5


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Prominent over a long span in business and sports circles of Hamilton and district, Malcolm Sterling Glassco died at his home, Fifty Road, Winona, on Sunday. Mr. Glassco, who was president of the M.S. Glassco Company, Limited, and of the Glassco Limited, jam manufacturing firm, was long noted as outstanding at both tennis and curling. As a member of the Thistle Club, of which he was a past president of the curling section, he had taken part with much success in numerous tournaments. For over 25 years he was recognized among the leaders in tennis championship play. Many trophies were in his possession both for single competition and in doubles. He is survived by his widow, the former Josephine O'Brien; one son, Malcolm Donald Glassco, Hamilton; four daughters, Mrs. R.O. Denman, Greensville; Mrs. C.O. Henderson, Brantford; Mrs. R.H. Willard, Hamilton; and Mrs. V.J. Hatton, Montreal, Que.; two brothers, R.D. Glassco, Hamilton, and H.W. Glassco, Winnipeg, Man.; four sisters, Miss Winnifred Glassco, Miss Marjorie Glassco, Mrs. Fred Jelfs, all of Hamilton, and Mrs. M.C. Otter, of Toronto; also nine grandchildren. The funeral took place from his residence, 50 Road, Winona, Ont., on Tuesday afternoon. Interment in Hamilton Cemetery.


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Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
11 Oct 1945
Date Of Event:
7 Oct 1945
Last Name(s):
Glassco
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Glassco, Malcolm Sterling (Died on 7 Oct 1945)