Tennessee Obituaries - 1935 - Edward J. Krug

EDWARD J. KRUG, 65, DIES AT HIS HOME

Was Active in Business for Forty years, Prominent in Music Circles.

Mr. Krug, 65, for many years a well-known business man here, died at his home, 108 Eveningside drive, yesterday afternoon following an illness of several weeks.

He is survived by three sons, Frank and Anthony Krug, of Chattanooga, and William Krug, of Miami, Fla.: one daughter, Miss Regina Krug, of Chattanooga; three brothers, Charles, George and Paul Krug, and two sisters Miss Anna Krug and Mrs. Charles J. Saffer.

Mr. Krug was active in business forty years. He was a member of the firm of Saffer & Krug, on Market street, and thirty-five years later conducted his own business. He was a long-time member of the Chattanooga Turnverein and was identified with various musical and choral organizations. He was a member of SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic church, where he was in the choir until his death.

Funeral services will be held at SS. Peter and Paul's church tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, the Rt.Rev. Monsignor Francis T. Sullivan officiating. Pallbearers will be William Stoker, Robert Haile, George R. VanArsdale, Dr. A.W. Myer, Joe Stagmaier, Ira Summers, Jr., Bernard Krug, William Eaker and Charlie Hartness. Burial will be in Mount Olivet cemetery, immediately following the service. The body will remain at O'Donohue's until the hour of the funeral.

Source: Chattanooga Times, May 12, 1935, page 3

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