Lois Gildemeister was the can-do woman of Grand Rapids

15November 2020

Lois Gildemeister was the can-do woman of Grand Rapids

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Lois Gildemeister played the organ at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Grand Rapids, Minn., for decades of Sundays starting in the early 1930s. The rest of the week, she ran the Ford dealership that her German-born father started in 1917. Way ahead of her time, Gildemeister helped launch a business women’s group in Grand Rapids, managed the community’s food bank and posted low scores on Itasca County golf courses. “I don’t think she ever slept,” said Bud Stone, president of the Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce, who started selling cars for Gildemeister in the 1960s. “She was such an…. See article below.

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Source: https://www.startribune.com/lois-gildemeister-1914-2005-the-can-do-woman-of-grand-rapids-lois-gildemeister/573078481/

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