Glenn Krueger


Glenn Krueger


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Glenn Krueger, 61 of Bridger, MT, passed away unexpectedly at his home on October 22, 2011. Glenn was born to Willie and Dorothy Krueger in Williston, ND, on November 27, 1949. He spent his childhood in Culbertson, MT graduating from high school in 1967. Following high school, Glenn was drafted into the Army in 1969 and served in Vietnam. He discharged from the Army in 1971 following exposure to Agent Orange. Although brief, Glenn was proud of his military service, and was very patriotic. Following the military, he attended college at MSU in Bozeman, MT.

On July 31, 1989, he married Jean Aldrich in Billings, MT. They lived in Billings until 2007 when they moved to Bridger. They were avid bikers and enjoyed their time together on their Harley. Glenn was known for his quick wit, and loved to stir the pot, just for the reaction. He enjoyed art, music, gardening, guns and animals, especially the family dogs.

He is survived by his wife Jean of Bridger; his daughter Jennifer Curtis of South Lake Tahoe, CA: son Robert Bent and his girlfriend Christine LeSueur of Killeen, TX; grandchildren Lacey, Bryce and Brooke of South Lake Tahoe, CA and Jacque, James and Jesse of Richlands, NC; his mother Dorothy Krueger of Culbertson, MT; sister Joyce (Sig) Rudie of Faiveiw, MT: Lori Gilbertson of Crosby, ND; Martha Krueger of Williston, ND; numerous nieces and nephews; as well as his faithful pets, “The Kids”, “Moose” and “Missy”.

Glenn was preceded in death by his father, Willie; his brother, Steven and his dog, “Babe”.

Memorial Services will be held at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, October 29, 2011 at the Baptist Church at 116 South C St. in Bridger, MT. Military honors will be provided, as well as, a time for friends to share testimonials. Cremation has taken place.

In leui of flowers donations may be made in Glenn’s name to any cause that benefits animals.

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