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Larry Krueger (#47801461)
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Bio Photo I am a former Marine and a Vietnam Veteran. I spent approximately 18 months in Nam.
I can only speak for myself and the photos that I have taken. I am giving my express permission for you to use my photos in any way you see fit in your family research.

❤I will try to never forget that am a volunteer out here, doing work for you, the absent family member.❤
I do not selfishly hoard my pictures under the pretense of a 'copyright'. WHO in their right mind selfishly refuses to share OPENLY the photo of another family's grave stone?

I DO NOT PLAY F.A.G.'s numbers game that so many of us despise! I do NOT hoard memorials. I openly welcome and gladly transfer MY memorials upon request.
of these memorials are my family. SO if they are in yours do not be afraid to ask for a transfer.
I do not hold tightly to strict family guidelines. I prefer that you are family of some sort BECAUSE ♥I believe no one takes better care of family then family.♥
Be Honest. I also believe there may be other valid reasons for wanting a transfer. If it was a close family friend, or someone that played an important part in your life that you wish to pay respect to and manage the memorial instead of me, a total stranger, please explain that to me and I will more then likely transfer to you.
The four generation rule....MY THOUGHTS ONLY.....Since when does a family tree or your ancestors start or stop at four generations??? If you are doing your family tree it is impossible to to continue on or finish if you stop at 4 generations only! How incomplete would that be!?

If you are a volunteer on the Findagrave website and decide for any reason that you no longer can or wish to maintain your memorials, please transfer your memorials to someone who has an active account and is willing to also manage yours.
SO... Right now, while you are still active/alive, you can email if you have someone (usually a family member) who has accepted to take over stewardship of your memorials. Please send FaG their name and member number. FaG will add a note to your member page stating the identity of who you are making your steward. You can have your elected steward email FaG after your 'passing' or you going 'inactive' and they will make sure that your person can manage, edit and update all of your memorials when necessary.

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Georgia Kleiber Zuhlke
Thanks for all of my family transfers...
Added by Georgia Kleiber Zuhlke on Jun 30, 2015 12:08 PM
Debra Jean
Jalyn Jean Schaal
Hi Larry,

I'm not a relative, just touched by her beautiful memorial. Her close up photo is so sweet!

Debra Jean

Added by Debra Jean on Jun 28, 2015 9:22 AM
Dear Larry,

Think you so very, very much for sending me the photos of my family's stones in Pioneers Rest Cemetery. This was very important to me as I live in California, a long way aways. I appreciate the effort you put into this.

Best regards, Pat
Added by Pat on Jun 22, 2015 12:14 PM
Tom Brocher
Baby Grumann

Hi Larry:

I hope that you are keeping well! Thank you for the great photo of this marker. Very nicely done!

With best wishes,

Added by Tom Brocher on Jun 13, 2015 10:18 PM
Eunice N. (Hogan) Pagenkopf

(NOTE: Her brother, Ray Hogan, a Korean War veteran was killed in an auto accident 05 June 2015. His memorial # 147554126)

Eunice N. Pagenkopf, 69, Wausaukee, passed away Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011. She was born on Nov. 28, 1942, to Michael and Hilda (Werkheiser) Hogan. She attended SS. Peter and Paul and graduated from Sevastopol High School.

Eunice married Larry Pagenkopf Aug. 13, 1960, in Sturgeon Bay. In 1971, Eunice became a partner in the Bernhardt and Nelson Insurance Agency, retiring in 1995. She had been very active in the Sturgeon Bay Jaycees, Travel Supreme Camping Club, Independent Insurance Agents and Friends of the Wausaukee Library. She was an accomplished quilter and taught line dancing in Florida, Arizona and Texas, while spending winters there after her retirement. She was a member of St Mary's Catholic Church in Crivitz.

Eunice is survived by her husband of 51 years, Larry; mother, Hilda Hogan, Algoma; two sons, Scott and Mark, both of Green Bay; two daughters, Kim Cloonan, Oswego, N.Y.; and Pamela Pagenkopf, Memphis, Tenn.; five grandchildren, Austin and Karen Marks, Morgan Pagenkopf and her mother, Tina Pagenkopf, Cole and Brice Pagenkopf; two brothers, Raymond (Audrey) Hogan, Sturgeon Bay; and James (Sandy) Hogan, Greenleaf.

Eunice was preceded in death by her father, Michael; son, Barry; and infant sister, Mary.

Friends may call at St Mary's Church, Crivitz, on Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011, from 9 a.m. until the time of services. A Funeral Mass will be held at 11 a.m. with the Reverend Donald Burkhart officiating.

In lieu of flowers, a scholarship fund will be established in Eunice's name.

The Thielen Funeral Home is assisting the family.

Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette on Dec. 12, 2011
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Added by Jim on Jun 08, 2015 9:39 AM
In working with Shari, I hear you are doing or have done Pioneer Rest. It seems four Anderson's are in Calvary that belong in Pioneer Rest. Might you charm the woman who has added them and she can delete them? That would be your good deed for the day! I am adding Calvary obits and tombstones.
Added by Aavedt on Jun 07, 2015 7:43 AM
Paul VanHouten
RE: George P Rahn
Yes I am the grandson of George P Rahn and would like it be transfered to me if possible.
Thank you
Paul VanHouten Jr.
Added by Paul VanHouten on May 31, 2015 8:20 PM
Paul VanHouten
RE: George P Rahn
It should be fixed now. Thank you
Added by Paul VanHouten on May 31, 2015 3:35 PM
John K
RE: Johan's descendants
Thank you Larry the tree was created with reference to the research done by David and Elizabeth Krizenesky. Kudos to them for making this possible. It has been over thirty years since the initial research was done and it is by no means complete. We are working with family in the Czech republic and are moving back through time in an attempt to find where Johan's line intersects with the various families there and the other line of Krizenecky's here in America which we are finding continually.
If you would like to join and invite others toour wikitree and do some editing for new arrivals and sadly the departures as well you will start here:
We also have a Family page on facebook that We would enjoy having you there as well:
And I would like to thank you for the wonderful work that you have done here on this site, it is most excellent
John Krizenesky
Added by John K on May 27, 2015 5:06 PM
John K
Johan's descendants
Added by John K on May 26, 2015 6:49 PM
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