KREGER WILLIAM E. AND EDNA E. of Wyandotte. Dearest parents of Conrad Kreger, Joy (Kent) Borchers, Kathleen (Richard) Williams, Jeffrey (Jean) Kreger, Gretchen (William) Wenk and Suzanne (Jeffery) Smith, 15 grandchildren and seven great grand children.Visitation Tuesday 1-9 p.m. at the R.J. Nixon Funeral Home, Wyandotte. Funeral Mass Wednesday 10 a.m. at St Patricks Catholic Church, Wyandotte. Instate 9:30 a.m. Burial Michigan Memorial Cemetery.
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I worked for your Dad in Wyandotte back in 1962-64 Sorry to hear of the passing.
Classmates and dear friends of my Mother, Dorothy (Price) Rice and I. Bill helped me with the purchase of my first home. Really nice, special people.
Bill was a great supporter of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in many ways. A gentelman through and through.
Sorry to hear about the passing of two of the best people I ever knew. There are so many great memories I have over my early years. I was invited to have dinner with them and their great & fun family many times over the years. Mr. Kreger gave me my first job and I learned so much from him. They will be missed by many close friends.
Bill will be missed by his St. Stephens family. He was a very special and kind man. So sorry we will not be able to attend his funeral. To his family - Peace be with you.
I have known Bill and Edna all my life as they were very close friend of my Mother, Dorothy (Price) Rice. Bill gave me my first real job at the bottling plant when I was 17 and I worked there from 1960 to 1964 during summer breaks from college. I last saw and talked to both of them at Sibley Gardens on February 20, 2009. Both seemed to be in good health and spirits. So sad to see the last of their kind passing on. Looking forward to seeing the family at the funeral.
I am saddened to hear of the loss the Bill and Edna. I have many memories of times shared at the Metroparks. Truly, wonderful people.
As a member of St. Stephen's, it was a privilege to know Mr. Kreger. He always had a smile for everyone. He will be missed.