Obit: Krueger, Patricia Ann #2 (1945 - 1952)
Surnames: Krueger, Dietz, Juneau, Stahnke,
Sommer, Wachsmuth, Hennlich, Stacke, Miller, Wolk, Straessle,
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark
County, Wis.) 04/24/1952
Krueger, Patricia Ann (31 Aug. 1945 - 16 Apr.
Patricia Ann Krueger, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Norwood Krueger, Milwaukee, died at St. Luke’s hospital
there, Wednesday, April 16. She was ill with meningitis for only
five days, preceding her death.
Funeral services were held Sunday morning at
11:15 at the Evangelical Lutheran church, Green Grove, after which
internment was made in the parish cemetery. The Rev. Paul Dietz
conducted the services during which Herbert Juneau, Abbotsford,
served as organist and sang "Behold A Host Arrayed in White," and
"Tender Shepherd Thou Hast Stilled."
Pallbearers were Robert Krueger and Roland
Stahnke, Milwaukee; Marlyn Sommer, Owen; and Leonard Wachsmuth,
The flowers were carried by Miss Diane Hennlich,
Milwaukee; Miss Phyllis Stacke and the Misses Evelyn and Vivian
Patricia Ann was born Aug. 31, 1945, at Green
Grove. For the first nine months of her life, she lived with her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stacke.
She is survived by her parents and two sisters,
Paulette, 9, and Kathleen, 4, her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Krueger, Milwaukee; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wolk, Green
Among those from away attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Stahnke, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Straessle, the Misses Viola and Evelyn Rantner, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hennlich and family, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sommer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stocker, Otto Sommer, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sommer and Sharon, Neenah; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wachsmuth, Wausau; and relatives from Owen, Curtiss, and Abbotsford, Wis.
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