5th annual Cemetery Tour presented by Hartford Historical Society

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Hartford, WI – The Hartford Historical Society presents the 5th annual Cemetery Tour on Saturday, Sept. 16.

Navy veteran Norman Zunker lived and died on West Sumner Street in Hartford but his life was touched by John Philip Sousa and his death was witnessed by thousands.
Zunker built experimental airplanes and was a first-class flute player.
This story of music, service, ingenuity and dare devil all wrapped up in one man will be told as part of the Hartford Historical Society at Pleasant Hill Cemetery on Highway 60 West  from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. and “meet” some of Hartford’s historically interesting people.

 

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  1. Hello,
    I’m a relative of Norman Zunker. He was my Grandfather’s brother. (Eugene Zunker) of Hartford. I remember my parents (Jim,Judy Zunker ) telling stories of my Great uncle Norman and his flying machines. He crashed at the baseball park near the WB Place tannery. I was wondering if you have any photos or anything of his life. He was laid to rest at the cemetery along Cedar street in Hartord..my family was just there over the weekend and couldn’t find his head stone..I remembered it being along the front row as a teenager. Are there any burial plot records? Thank you….Jeffery F Zunker..715-209-3778

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