Erick S. Krueger

August 8, 1947

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March 8, 2021

Erick S. Krueger

August 8, 1947

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March 8, 2021

A man of quiet dignity, Erick S. Krueger joined the angels on March 8, 2021. Born in Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Rollin and Norma (Ennis) Krueger, Erick spent most of his life in Billings. He was a devoted husband to Janice, beloved dad to Brent and Mark, and best buddy with his three grandsons, Griffin, Mason and Landon.

Erick joined the Navy reserves and spent two years on active duty. Following his honorable discharge, he obtained a degree from MSU Billings and continued his education in art at the University of Montana. An opportunity to work in his chosen field in partnership with his brother, Don, led Erick to open and operate Aztec Printing and Graphic House.

After many years in design and print sales, Erick retired to enjoy a quiet life with his family, his dogs, the New York Times and many good books.

Erick was preceded in death by his parents and his brothers, Don and Albert. He is survived by his wife, Janice; sons Brent (Jill) and Mark (Jennifer); grandsons Griffin, Mason and Landon; and his two dogs, Bo and Daisy. His extended family will miss him every day.

Private family services are planned at St Pius X on Thursday, March 11.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to your favorite pet rescue organization or St Pius X parish.

Soar with the angels, Erick, until we meet again.

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7 thoughts on “Erick S. Krueger”

  1. “A man of quiet dignity” what a perfect description of Eric. That is how I have always thought of him. Janice and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Art and Sandra Loendorf

    Janice and Family
    WE are so sorry about Erick We used to enjoy seeing you both at church
    We know his last years were a struggle for him ,He will be missed
    I still have a laugh when I think about when you had just gotten one of the dogs and you brought him to Mission Ridge and he got out and we had to chase him all over before we could catch him Both you and Erick were so happy to get him back It is memories like that I will cherish
    You are in our prayers God Bless

  3. Sorry to hear about Erick’s passing. Martha and I always enjoyed talking to him when he would stop by to visit our graphics business in downtown Billings, because of his vast knowledge of the printing business. And later when his son Mark married our niece Jenny he was always interesting to talk to. A good person. Our sincere sympathy to Mark, Jenny, Janice & family.

  4. Bryce Blankenship

    We were neighbors for a few years at Silver Run Trail. Eric was always friendly and fun to visit with. He always thanked me for my service on Veterans day, and I thanked him back. He was a great guy.

  5. Larry and Linda Ennis

    Janice and family,
    We are deeply saddened for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Larry and Linda Ennis

  6. Erick coached my son’s Basketball and Soccer teams when they were just little guys. Like most dads, I attended the practices as well as the games. To me, Ericks greatest attribute was his respect for the kids. I never say him yell or berate anyone. He had my respect and admiration. We could use a lot more men like him. He was a quality man. I’m sad that he is not in our world any more. God’s richest blessings on his family.
    Jerry Kellum

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