Together, they had seven children, Don Lamoyne Rasmussen (deceased), Myrna Slama (deceased), Melvin Steve Rasmussen, Vivian Lee Rasmussen (deceased), Lynn Calvin Rasmussen, Maureen (Howard) Wallace, and Kelvin B. Glen and Winona farmed in Springdale until 1956 when they moved to Twin Falls where they owned some apartment houses. He was in high demand as a finish carpenter, tile setter, and remodeler. He did tile setting in the Tyrolean Lodge in Ketchum, Idaho, and he plastered the Mc Call Hotel in Mc Call, Idaho. Glen used his woodworking skill to make many toys, games, and candy dispensers. He loved the out-of-doors and spent many hours fishing the streams and lakes of southern Idaho. He is also survived by 16 grandchildren; 44 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
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TWIN FALLS — Glen Walter Rasmussen, 98, of Twin Falls, died Friday, March 31, 2017, at Bridgeview Estates in Twin Falls. Glen had to quit school after the 8th grade so he could work and help support the family.
Glen was born June 24, 1918, in Declo, Idaho, to Carl Alfred Rasmussen and Eliza Laurinda Larsen. He loved playing his guitar and harmonica and played for thousands of people over the years.
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