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EDWARD AND MARIE KRENZELOK


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EDWARD AND MARIE KRENZELOK


Ed Krenzelok military picture 1945. Ed and Marie's wedding picture 1947


Ed (Eddie) Krenzelok obituary

Eddie W. Krenzelok, age 60 of Hot Springs, died Monday, Dec 14 at a local hospital. He was a native of Ladysmith, Wisconsin, and a resident of Hot Springs since 1952. He was a former owner of the National Travel Service; retired as manager of ABT Travel Service and in 1987 as vice president of ABT Bank; a veteran of World War II; and was president of St. John's Men's Club and St. John's Home and School Association. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club and Ambassador Club.

He had received the Outstanding Contributions as an Ambassador Award in the 1987 chamber of commerce membership contest and Most Chamber of Commerce Members Assigned during ?Blitz Day? in 1983. He was a former employee of the Chicago and Southern Airline.

Survivors include his wife, Marie Krenzelok, both of Hot Springs, Sons Alan Krenzelok of Dallas and John Krenzelok of Panama: two daughters, Linda ?Boo? Krenzelok Durant and Anmarie Krenzelok Bailey, both of Hot Springs; Ed has three surviving brothers; Paul Krenzelok and Joseph Krenzelok of Ladysmith, Wisconsin and Robert Krenzelok of Walnut Creek, California. Ed's three sister's; Anne Krenzelok Closs and Dolores Krenzelok Fuhrer of Ladysmith, WI and Lillian Krenzelok Jensrud of Hibbing, Minn. and eight grandchildren.

Services will be held at 1 pm Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic Church with Rev. Bernard G Malone officiating. Burial will be Harmony Cemetery in Perry County under the direction of Gross Funeral Home. Visitation will be held from 7 to 8pm today at Gross Funeral Home. Memorials have been designated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.


Ed Krenzelok first comunion


Ed U.S. Army WW2


A great picture of Ed when he was in the Army, I have been trying to make out the divsion or company that he was in from the cake. Note: On the cake it appears to read: Regular Army Army, Company "C" Bn (Battalion). They are a infantry unit with the crossed rifles.


Ed and Marie


Posted by Joseph's daughter Bette: Ed Krenzelok and wife Marie holding Bette who was 1 month old. A great picture of Eddie and Marie


Ed and Marie Krenzelok around 1954


Ed with Linda, Larry, Bill and Alan. I guess we could not get more of us in the booth Alan says.


This is a 1957 photo of Ed and Marie with their first four children, Linda, Larry, Bill and Alan.


Marie, with the three youngest, Alan, John and Anmarie. I want to thank Ed's family for sharing these great pictures with us. It helps me to get to know who my relatives are.

We do not know much about Ed's military history but according to a Ladysmith Newspaper Article from when his sister Bette died he was a private at Camp Livingston, Louisiana.

CAMP LIVINGSTON
Camp Livingston was also started in 1940 and was first known as Camp Tioga. It was renamed Camp Livingston in honor of Chancellor Robert R. Livingston, negotiator of the Louisiana Purchase. Camp Livingston was home to the 28th, 32nd, 38th and 86th Infantry Divisions during the war. Camp Livingston was designated as an infantry replacement training center, as well as a garrison for these infantry divisions. The 38th Division was known as the "Avengers of Bataan" and the 86th Division was the first American unit to cross the Danube River into Germany. Over 500,000 troops trained on the 47,000-acre base during the war. Camp Livingston was deactivated in late 1945.

Ed may having been doing his Basic training at Camp Livingston


From the Ladysmith Newspaper telling us that brothers Robert was a Aviation Cadet at Amarillo Texas, Ed was at Camp Livingston and Master Sgt Joe Krenzelok was stationed at Trinidad Island off South America. Betty died June 30 1945 so we know it was around this time.


May 15, 2010

Hi Greg
My name is Anmarie, and I am Eddie and Marie's daughter. I was looking at the Krenzelok's web site and thought you might like a picture of my family for all my cousins to see and for the site.

From left to right is starting on the top row is Timmy (Anmarie & Kenny's middle son who is 26), Next to him is Josh( our son-in-law who is 25 married to Ashley). on the next roll is Robbie (our oldest son who is 29) then thats me (Anmarie), then we have Kenny (my husband ), and on the bottom is Ashley( josh's wife, our daughter who is 23).

Anmarie Krenzelok Bailey
Kenny Bailey
Robert Wayne Bailey
Timothy Alan Bailey
Ashley Nicole Bailey Gillham
Joshua Aarick Gillham


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