Algert C Krieger

algert c krieger
Algert (Al) Krieger was born on October 6, 1930 to John and Elizabeth Krieger. He died on Tuesday, August 8 at Bethany on University under the care of Hospice. He grew up and attended school at rural Fredonia, ND. He served in the US Army from 1954 – 1956. After his army discharge, he attended Hanson Mechanical Trade School. He was married to Jackie Friskop on September 26, 1959 at DeLamere, ND. He worked at Western Auto Parts Co until 1961 when he began working at the Fargo Post Office. He continued to work there until his retirement in 1990. After retirement, he worked as a courier for Nuclear Imaging and at Tri-State Auction. We are grateful that he was able to go on the WDAY Honor Flight this last May. He was a member of Hope Lutheran Church and the American Legion Post #2 in Fargo. He is survived by his wife and 3 sons. David (Lori), St. Paul, MN; Mark (Lisa), Carmel, IN; and James, Minneapolis, MN. 5 grandchildren: Anna, Alec, Rachel, Allison and Lauren. Also surviving are 2 sisters: Velors Saxton, Denver, CO and Delight (Leo) Entzi, Fort Collins, CO. The family would like to express their sincere thanks to Hospice, Bethany Homes and Luther Memorial Home in Mayville for the fantastic care that he received. You are all wonderful, caring people and will not be forgotten. He has bequeathed his body to the UND School of Medicine. The final resting place will be at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery at Mandan, ND. The funeral service will be held on Friday, August 18 at 10:30 a.m. at Hope Lutheran Church, North Campus, in Fargo, ND.

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  1. So sorry to learn of Al’s passing. I knew him from the gym and thoroughly enjoyed his stories about growing up on the farm “in the old days”. He was a wonderful man.

  2. I’m so saddened to hear of Al’s passing. My deepest sympathy to Jackie and Family. Al was a wonderful friend and neighbor, always greeting you with a smile. He will be missed.

  3. We have enjoyed the many years we have rented Algerts land. Algert and my father Marvin Kuhn grew up together. My wife and I enjoyed the times we visited with Algert. We enjoyed speaking with him in German, at least the little bit we could speak. He was a kind and very thoughtful man. We will miss the telephone conversations we had; not only the business aspects but the personal conversations about his youth growing up in our area. He was a very nice and very entertaining gentleman! Our sympathy to the entire family!

  4. I was so sorry to read of Al’s passing. He was one of my favorite residents at Luther Memorial Home – Al always had a smile on his face no matter what. We would joke about having Steak & Lobster through his feeding tube. When he found out I collected $2 bills, he managed to find several for me. He was a very special person and I know he will be missed. My sincere sympathy to all of your family. Molly Lenaburg LMH Activity Dept

  5. I was so sorry to hear that Al had passed away. Time marches on, and we almost lose track of the years. It sounds like he had wonderful care for his last days. I’m thinking of you, Jackie, and am so sorry for your loss. I’m sure your family has so many wonderful memories of times together. I hope your sons and families live close to you as there is nothing more comforting than family. Sympathy and love to all ~ Audrey and Ardon Herman

  6. I love taking care of Al when he was in Mayville at the Luther Memorial Home. He always made us girls laugh and say how we do great work he will be truly missed.

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