|Birth: ||Mar. 19, 1927|
|Death: ||Oct. 26, 2005|
She was born in Amagasaki City, Japan, the daughter of Kenji and Toyo (Kuroda) Yamamota.
Yoshiko received her schooling in Japan. She moved to Yokohama, where she met Robert Krieger on May 17, 1955. The couple married in the American Embassy in Tokyo on November 2, 1962, living in various placed in Japan before moving to the United States in 1974. They lived in Sandy, Oregon before settling in White Salmon in 1980 the very week Mt. St. Helens erupted.
Mrs. Krieger liked yard work and gardening and also enjoyed cooking very complicated Oriental dishes. Yoshiko was a student and teacher in the Japanese cultural tradition of Urasenke School of Tea Ceremony. She was a member of the Trans Pacific Women’s Society, Urasenke Tanko-Kai Portland Association, and Japanese Garden Society of Oregon.
Survivors include her husband, Robert Krieger of White Salmon and numerous nieces and nephews in Japan.
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown.
Specifically: Columbia River Crematory; White Salmon, Washington, USA
Created by: Tombstoner & Family
Record added: Nov 25, 2005
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