KRUGER, Everett "Jimmy" Foster
FOSTER, KRUGER, KRUEGER, NAIG
Posted By: Deidre Badker (email)
Date: 7/21/2014 at 15:37:58
Everett " Jimmy" Foster Kruger was born July 19, 1906 near Little Cedar, Mitchell, Iowa to Frederick Krueger and Gertrude Foster.
Found in the 1910 census living at Burr Oak, Mitchell, Iowa: Frank Kruger 40, Gertrude Kruger 32, Paul Kruger 12, Dorothy Kruger 10, Ruth Kruger 7, Everett Foster Kruger 3.
Found in the 1920 census at LIberty, Mitchell, Iowa: W Fred Kruger 50, A Gertrude Kruger 42, F Paul Kruger 21, E Dorothy Kruger 20, A Ruth Kruger 16, F Everett Kruger 13, T Robert Kruger 3 yrs.
Everett graduated from Little Cedar High School, Mitchell, Iowa in 1924 and attended Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa to study the dairy industry.
Found in the 1930 census at Arcade, Wyoming, New York working as a cream man at a milk plant and living in a boarding house: Everett Kruger age 23.
Everett married Beatrice Pearl Naig (b May 15, 1913 Osage, Iowa, d February 17, 1986 Savanna, Illinois) on June 7, 1931 at the LIttle Brown Church, Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. The couple had 4 children (one stillborn daughter, believe 3 still living in 2014).
Found in the 1940 census at Stacyville, Mitchell, Iowa: Everett F Kruger 32, Beatrice Kruger 26, Michael Kruger 2 mos. Everett is working as the assistant buttermaker.
Everett lived in the Creamery House at Meroa, Iowa while employed by the Rock Creek Co-op Creamery as a buttermaker. He was a creamery manager at Buck Creek and Readlyn, Iowa as well as Rochester, Minnesota and in New York State. He worked for Fredricksburg Creamery before retiring and the couple moved to Sumner in 1970.
Everett Kruger died November 1974 at Sumner, Bremer, Iowa. Funeral services were held at United Methodist, Sumner, Iowa and he was buried at the Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Bremer, Iowa.
Find a Grave Memorial #35254831.
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