Kricke, Henry 1882-1949
KRICKE, FUELLING, KRUEGER, KLEEFOOT, KLEIFOTH, KLIEFOTH, KURTH, THOMPSON, EGELSEDER, PALAS, SCHRADER
Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 2/3/2016 at 13:36:07
Dubuque Telegraph Herald, Tue., 5 Apr. 1949.
Farmersburg- Services for Henry Kricke, 66, were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday from the home to St. John's Lutheran church at Farmersburg. The Rev. R. H. Teege officiated and burial was in the Farmersburg and Wagner cemetery. Kricke died Thursday.
He came to America with his parents when he was three years old. He farmed most of his adult life on farms in Clayton county, retiring several years ago to Farmersburg.
Survivors include his wife, Filma; a son, Marvin, of McGregor; a daughter, Mrs. Elmer (Adelin) Fuelling, of Farmersburg; two sisters, Mrs. Aldena Krueger, of Monona, and Mrs. Milda Kleefoot, of Luana; a brother, William, of Postville, and five grandchildren.
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Added by the contributor, 8/5/2017:
Clayton County Register, Thur., 7 Apr. 1949.
Funeral services for Henry Kricke, 67, were conducted Monday afternoon, April 4, at the Kricke home in Farmersburg at 1 o'clock and at St. John's church there at 1:30. The Rev. Steege officiated, and burial was in the Farmersburg and Wagner cemetery.
Pallbearers were Will Ihlenfeldt, Herb Deal, Rudolf Kuhse, Marvin Klinkenberg, Louis Fuelling, Gus Tielbar, Henry Kutzbach and Elmer Ihde. Five nieces, Barbara Kurth, Norma Jean Kurth, Dorothy Thompson, Jeanette Egelseder and LaNida Palas, were flower girls.
Henry Kricke, son of Fred and Wilhelmina Schrader Kricke, was born Dec. 29, 1882, in Volpriehausen, Hanover, Germany. Shortly after his birth he was baptized. At the age of three years he came to America with his parents, coming directly to Clayton county. As a boy he attended public school and also religious school. He was confirmed at St. John's Lutheran church of Luana by the Rev. Paulson, March 16, 1913.
He was married to Filma Kliefoth March 25, 1914, by the Rev. Paulson. They farmed in the vicinity of Farmersburg until three years ago, when they retired and moved to Farmersburg.
As a young man Mr. Kricke was janitor of the Goodin church and for many years was a member of the Farmersburg band. He was a member of St. John's church in Farmersburg and for a period of years served on the church council. On March 25 of this year Mr. and Mrs. Kricke celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary.
Mr. Kricke health began to fail this winter and on Sunday, March 27, his condition suddenly became serious. On the following Monday he with his family partook of holy communion. From day to day he became weaker and last Thursday morning he quietly died.
He leaves his wife, two children, Marvin of McGregor, and Adeline (Mrs. Elmer Fuelling) of Farmersburg; five grandchildren, Baldean, Burnell and Richard Fuelling, and John and Catherine Kricke; two sisters, Mrs. Alvina Krueger of Monona, and Mrs. Milda Kliefoth of Luana, and one brother, Will, of Postville. His parents, one brother and one sister preceded him in death. He lived 67 years, 3 months and one day.
(Besides those named above a card of thanks was signed by Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kleifoth. The surname Kleifoth/Kliefoth was spelled both ways between the obit and card of thanks.)
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