Ralph A. Krug May 29, 2002 © Amarillo Globe News Used With Permission
FRITCH - Ralph A. Krug, 70, died Saturday, May 25, 2002, in Amarillo.
Memorial services will be at 11:30 a.m. Friday in Borger Church of Christ in Borger with Richard Kasko officiating. Arrangements are by Rector Funeral Home of Amarillo, 2800 S. Osage St.
Mr. Krug was born in Colorado Springs, Colo. He moved to the Texas Panhandle at the age of nine. He worked for Phillips Petroleum for 38 years, then for Sanford-Fritch School for seven years after his retirement. He was a Methodist.
Survivors include his wife, Gloria Beth; three daughters, Phyllis Colleen Pinales and Davia Rice-Krug, both of Amarillo, and Angela Krug of Hoboken, N.J.; three sons, Daryl Krug of Ballinger, Hunter Krug of Borger and Christopher Rice-Krug of Amarillo; three sisters, Grace Cooper and Gladys Williams, both of Borger, and Pat Kamphause of Tulsa, Okla.; seven grandchildren, Jennifer Krug, Ginger Krug, Hanna Krug, Deborah Krug, Naomi Krug, Derrick Krug and Jordan Krug; and two great-grandchildren, Sean Krug and Olivia Krug.
The family suggests memorials be to the Cancer Wing at BSA Hospital.
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