FREDERICK GEORGE KRUEGER

from the LCT, June 3, 1987

   Funeral services for F. George Krueger were held Tues. May 26, 1987 at 2 p. m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Havre with Pastor Donald Ryding officiating. Mr. Krueger passed away m Northern Montana Hospital on May 23rd. Bill Lisenby was organist and Jim O’Leary sang “How Great Thou Art,” and “Softly and Tenderly

   Ushers were Henry J. Miller, and Walt Stark.

   Pallbearers were Fred ElIing, Clyde Brandt, Darren Brandt, Don Hansen, Bill Henry and Ross Bartz.

   Honorary pallbearers were Albert Hanson, Clarence Wendland, Clarence Aevermann, Irwin Brandt, Robert Brandt, and Thomas Wilson.

   Interment services were held in the Rudyard Cemetery in Rudyard, Mt. at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

   George was born on March 12, 1901 in Stewart, MN to Gustave and Emilie Krueger. He was educated in the elementary grades in ND and in MT when his family moved here in 1910. He was the first boy to graduate from Rudyard High School in 1923. He received his teaching certificate and taught two years in the north Hingham community. He was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Rudyard.

   George farmed with his father, then his brother, WalIy, for many years northwest of Rudyard. He moved to Rudyard in 1975. He has resided at the Liberty County Nursing Home and the Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd since 1981.

   George was interested in all sports, but his main interest was traveling in MT and painting its scenery. He passed away at Northern Montana Hospital on May 23rd, where he had been a patient for 9 weeks.

   Krueger was preceded in death by his parents, his sisters, and four brothers. He is survived by a twin sister, Mrs. Lydia Lange! of Rudyard and several nieces and nephews.

   Funeral arrangements were made by Holland and Bonine of Havre.

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Cemetery records show him buried in Rudyard Cemetery 26 May 1987 Plot C Lot 11 Block 7

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LIBERTY COUNTY TIMES                                                                   June 3, 1987

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George Krueger

   Funeral services for F. George Krueger were held Tuesday May 26, 1987 at 2 p.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Havre with Pastor Donald Ryding officiating.

   Mr. Krueger passed away in Northern Montana Hospital on May 23rd. Bill Lisenby was organist and Jim O’Leary sang “How Great Thou Art,” and “Softly and Tenderly

   Ushers were Henry J. Miller, and Wail Stark. Pallbearers were Fred Elling, Clyde Brandt, Darren Brandt, Don Hansen, Bill Henry and Ross Bartz. Honorary Pallbearers were Albert Hanson, Clarence Wendland, Clarence Aevermann, Irwin Brandt, Robert Brandt, and Thomas Wilson.

   Interment services were held in the Rudyard Cemetery in Rudyard, Mt. at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

   George was born on March 12, 1901 in Stewart, Minnesota to Gustave and Emilie Krueger. He was educated in the elementary grades in North Dakota and in Montana when his family moved here in 1910. He was the first boy to graduate from Rudyard High School in 1923. He received his teaching certificate and taught two years in the north Hingham community. He was also a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Rudyard.

   George farmed with his father, then his brother, Wally, for many years northwest of Rudyard. He moved to Rudyard in 1975. He has resided at the Liberty County Nursing Home and the Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd since 1981.

   George was interested in all sports, but his main interest was traveling in Montana and painting its scenery. He passed away at Northern Montana Hospital on May 23rd, where he had been a patient for 9 weeks.

   Krueger was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, and four brothers. He is survived by a twin sister, Mrs. Lydia Langel of Rudyard. and several nieces and nephews.

   Funeral arrangements were made by Holland and Bonine of Havre.

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