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Cloverdale Cemetery ~ Irvin Alfred Kreger ~ part of the Marion County Cemeteries of Oregon
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Kreger, Irvin Alfred
LAST: Kreger FIRST:  Irvin MID: Alfred
BORN: 12 Dec 1918 DIED: 6 Jul 1996 BURIED: 13 Jul 1966
BIRTH PLACE:  Tangent, Linn Co., Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Sublimity, Marion Co., Oregon
Name of father Fred Kreger
Maiden name of mother Lora Falk
MARRIAGE - to Mae Elizabeth Schultze, 23 Jun 1940 in Albany, Oregon.
1930 OR CENSUS - Irvin Kreger, age 11, b. Oregon, is enumerated with Fred, age 47, occupation grain farmer, b. Wisconsin, and Lora, age 41, b. Wisconsin, along with Herbert, age 22, b. Iowa, Esther, age 21, b. Oregon, Walter, age 19, b. Iowa, William, age 16, b. Oregon, Katherine, age 13, b. Oregon, Edwin, age 8, b. Oregon, Alvin, age 5, b. Oregon, and Loren, age 2, b. Oregon.
TURNER – Irvin Kreger, 77, died of complication from Parkinson’s disease Saturday. He had the disease for more than 30 years.
He was born in Tangent. He was a charter member of Calvary Lutheran Church in Stayton, serving in many offices, including president of the congregation. He served in the National Guard and was a farmer, retiring in 1974. He also worked at Burkland Lumber Co. from 1955 to 1967.
He served on the Cascade School District Board from 1960 to 1975. He received an honorary high school diploma in 1975, First Citizens Award of Cascade in 1977 and Cascade Distinguished in 1984. He also was a member of the Cloverdale School Board, Marion County Lamb Show Board, and Peppermint Promenaders. He enjoyed dancing and singing.
Survivors include his wife, Mae; sons, Wayne of Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia, Curtis of Gresham and Keith of Turner; daughter, Twila of Salem; brothers, Walter of Albany, Loren of Scio, Alvin of Pendelton, and Edwin of Napa, Calif.; sister, Katherine Mehl of Salem; nine grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m Saturday at the church. Private interment was at Cloverdale Cemetery, Turner. Arrangements are by Howell-Edward-Doerksen mortuary, Salem. Contributions: church memorial fund or OHSU Foundation, Parkinson’s Research, 1221 S.W. Salmon St. Suite 200, Portland, Ore. 97205-9945.
Statesman Journal (newspaper clipping – not dated)
Irvin Alfred
Dec. 12, 1918
July 6, 1996
June 25, 1940
And The Greatest Of These Is Love
Cloverdale Cemetery Association
Saucy Survey & Photographs
1930 OR CENSUS (Polk Co., Oakdale, ED 44, sheet 3A) 
SJ clipping

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