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A labor economist, Princeton scholar, Treasury official and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. The police said the cause was suicide.
KRUEGER-Harold Ernest. It is with the greatest sadness that his family announces the death of Harold Ernest Krueger on March 18, 1999 after a brief fight with cancer. Born November 16, 1912 in Tomahawk, Wisconsin, Mr. Krueger graduated from high school in 1930 in Wausau, Wisconsin, and went on to work as an insurance adjuster. Following service in the United States Army as a pilot, 1941-1945, he embarked on a successful career as a lumber broker, a director of the Newberry State Bank, and owner ...
KRUEGER-Philip. On Dec. 22, 1997, beloved husband of the late Pearl, loving father of Nadine, Donald, and (Mindy) Krueger, grandfather of Jessica and Adam Oppenheimer, and Jeremy Krueger. Funeral services will be private.
KRUEGER-Pearl. The Auxiliary of Montefiore Medical Center mourns the loss of our friend and colleague, Pearl Krueger, a devoted member and dedicated volunteer of the Information & Referral Service. We extend our deepest sympathy to her beloved family. Ruth Saporta, President Mary Goldsmith, Secretary
KRUEGER-Pearl. On October 20. Beloved wife of Philip. Loving mother of Nadine Oppenheimer and Donald (Mindy) Krueger. Grandmother of Jessica and Adam Oppenheimer and Jeremy Krueger. Sister of Bernard and Robert Feller. Funeral services are to be private and family requests that donations be made to the Leukemia Society of America, 600 Third Avenue, N.Y., N.Y. 10016.
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