Gary Wade Krueger
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Gary Wade Krueger
  • April 7, 1965 - March 9, 2017
  • Purmela, Texas

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Gary Wade Krueger, 51, of Hamilton passed away on March 9, 2017.

Services were held on Monday, March 13, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Hamilton with interment held at St. Paul's Cemetery in Aleman, Texas.

Gary was born on April 7, 1965, to Raymond Cecil Krueger, JR and Mavis Fern Meissner in Gatesville, Texas. He was baptized on April 25, 1965 and confirmed on March 5, 1978 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. He graduated from Hamilton High School in 1983, and he attended Texas StateTechnical Institute in Waco, Texas.

On March 24, 2007, he married Nancy Cuddy in Temple, Texas with Pastor John Feierabend officiating. Gary enjoyed driving trucks for many years Also, he loved farming, ranching and cutting up with his friends and family.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Nancy Cuddy, and his grandparents, Raymond and Viola Krueger and Henry and Frieda Meissner.

He is survived by his mother, Mavis Drueckhammer and husband, Bobby of Mullin, Texas; father, Raymond Krueger and wife, Patsy of Hamilton, Texas; brother, Glynn Krueger and wife, Karen of Hamilton, Texas; step-sister, Brenda Armstrong and husband, Mike of Hamilton, Texas;step-brother, Travis Meissner and wife, Kim Townsend of Hamilton, Texas; step-daughter, Kristin (Trevor) Davies of Calgary, Alberta; step-son, Ryan (Jacqueline) Cuddy of London,Ontario, and Taylor Cuddy of London, Ontario. He is also survived by 3 step grandchildren, Harper, Cooper and Leyton, and a number of nieces and nephews, Brittany, Lyndze, Eddie, Sherod, Carlie, Kalon, Briley, Brayden, Branson, Kase, Brooklee and Peyton. Also one uncle, Victor Krueger and wife, Gleda of West Columbia.

Pallbearers were Ed May, Darrell Melde, Jearld Short, David Melde, Mark Foerster, and Don Tyson.

Honorary Pallbearers were Jake Murphree, Jody Tyson, Stephen Schrank, Charlie Bottlinger, Darrell Wagner, Joe Bush, and Roger Martin.

Memorials may be made to St John's Lutheran Church or St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery.