Glen H Aasheim, MD
Glen Harlow Aasheim, MD (retired) Passed away peacefully on September 14, 2015. He was born July 12, 1941 to Magnus and Velma Aasheim. Growing up on the family farm near Antelope, MT, he loved sports, piano, singing, and baking. He was an Eagle Scout who graduated Valedictorian of Antelope High School in 1959. At the University of Montana he met and fell in love with Linda "Kemmie" Kammerzell. They married in June 1964. After medical school, enlisting in the Army, and completing his medical residency at Ft. Lewis, Glen and Kemmie settled in Tacoma, raising three sons and where Glen spent 28 years as an OB-Gyn. He recognized his great fortune delivering so many beautiful babies into the world. He pursued a variety of interests with his family, including skiing, hiking, windsurfing, and golf. All who knew him well will fondly remember him as a gifted baker. Glen was also a dedicated member of Mt. Cross Lutheran Church and choir. In 2002 Glen and Kemmie retired to Lakeside, MT, where they enjoyed several wonderful years together before Kemmie passed away in November 2008. In 2013, Glen married Kathie Larson, a pastor in Kalispell, MT who shared his affinity for the outdoors, community involvement, and church fellowship. In retirement, Glen avidly pursued outdoor activities; supported charities and tutored students; served as chairman of the Flathead City-County Board of Health, was Board Director for Immanuel Lutheran Communities; and sang tenor with the Glacier Chorale. Glen is survived by his second wife, Kathie, his sons David (Mary Sue), Daniel (Danette), and Jesse (Brigid), his stepchildren Kaitlin, Lars, and Hannah, his brother Gary (Peggy), grandchildren Carly, Olivia, Benjamin, Lucille, and Joseph, and many loving extended family members. He was preceded in death by parents Magnus and Velma, and first wife Linda. Memorial service to be held at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 603 S Main St., Kalispell, MT on Oct 3, 2015 at 1 pm. Memorial donations may be given to Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Kalispell, Glacier Symphony & Chorale, Immanuel Lutheran Communities, or any charity of the donor's choice.
From The News Tribune, 10/01/2015