Blaine V. Glasmann Jr., secretary-director of the Standard Corp., which publishes the Standard-Examiner, died July 21, 1988, after an illness. He was 67.
Mr. Glasmann had suffered from a blood disorder known as Sweet's Syndrome for several years.Mr. Glasmann was active in the direction and management of the Standard Corp., which operates the Standard-Examiner, KUTV, the Windsor Beacon in Windsor, Colo., and the Lakeside Review.
Mr. Glasmann was born in Ogden on Aug. 7, 1920. He graduated from Ogden High School and the University of Utah.
Mr. Glasmann joined the U.S. Army after graduation and served four years, part as a captain of field artillery in Italy during World War II. After the war he returned to the U. of U. and graduated from law school in 1949. He was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 1950.
He went into private practice in Ogden and became a partner in a law firm with LeRoy Young and Paul Thatcher in 1955.
A senior partner in Thatcher & Glasmann, he later was affiliated with the Salt Lake firm of Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall and McCarthy when the firms merged.
Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Lindquist & Sons Colonial Chapel in Ogden.