Adrian Heinrich Krieg

October 23, 1938October 29, 2020

Adrian Heinrich Krieg Born 10/23/1938 in St. Gallen Switzerland and Passed away October 29th 2020 surrounded by his loving family in Bradenton Florida. He was the son of Victor Josef Krieg and Gertrud Rosa Krieg.

Adrian Immigrated to America with his parents Victor and Gertrud Krieg in the 1950’s from Switzerland. Adrian was a U.S. Army veteran 3rd Infantry Division. Adrian Worked with his father in NY at Krieg Inc. and later grew that company to be a worldwide Manufacturing Corporation named Wider Corporation based Naugatuck CT. Adrian held a cultural doctorate in Manufacturing Science Certified Engineering. Wider Corporation had more than 40 US patents. He has written numerous engineering books and over a 100 technical articles, he was a columnist and contributing Author in many magazines and newspapers both in America and Europe. For over 35 years he was CEO of Wider Corporation. Since 1986 Dr. Adrian Krieg acted as an expert witness, turnaround expert, and liquidation advisor for Manufacturing plants. He began writing about 20th century history, politics, and economics in 1998 and wrote many books on these topics. Adrian was a lifelong member of the Masonic Shriners and devoted personal time to charities. Adrian resided in Florida with Audrey for 20 years and was a devoted parishioner at St. Matthews Anglican Church.

Adrian was a beloved husband to Audrey Ann Krieg to whom he was married for 52 year. Adrian is survived by his wife Audrey and his two sons Ivan and Alistair, his daughter in-law’s Cherly and Evona, four grandchildren, Ava and Gunther Ivan’s Children, and Julian and Alexa Alistair’s children. Adrian also leaves behind his cousin Doris Vieli in Switzerland.

Adrian’s brilliant mind, good sense of humor, and loving heart will be greatly missed.

In lieu of Flowers please make a donation to:

St. Matthews Anglican Church

10701 Bloomingdale Ave.

Riverview FL 33569

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Steve DeAngelo

May 16, 2021


Dearest Audrey, Ivan, Alistair, Families and Friends, I only recently learned of Dr. Krieg's passing, and all I can offer is my deepest condolences. What can one say to truly honor a lion of a man, a husband, father, grandfather, intellect, a friend!?!? Adrian was a lover of words and was prolific with their use and he used to play word games with me. I never was able to crack his codes and he would have to explain what they meant. He was a brilliant man, and yet, he had the bearing of one of us, the common folk. For years I read and looked forward to what Dr. Krieg wrote, and several years ago I had the great opportunity to hear him speak in person, and I was hooked. I tried to attend as many of the conferences at which he was speaking, and I gradually came to know him and his beautiful bride, Audrey, personally. They embodied everything that I love about The European Mindset, my cultural and spiritual ancestors. This dynamic duo could and did everything, no task was too complicated for them to tackle, like every European I know and have come to love. To listen to Dr. Krieg and Audrey's accents, for me, was to be transformed into another time and place. 52 years of Marriage, and each did nothing apart from the other. This was a marriage that too few of us could ever hope to duplicate. I, as a Roman Catholic, and Adrian and Audrey as Anglican Catholics, know that it is imperative that we the living pray for the repose of Adrian's soul. That is the greatest gift that we can give to this giant of a man and to his grieving family. Audrey, we love you so much, and every person who has ever met you has been captivated by your beauty and serenity. From the moment I learned of Dr. Krieg's passing, he has been daily in my prayers, as have you, Audrey and your Sons and their families. Please understand how much this man was loved! + Requiescat in pace! +

Mary Barlow

February 24, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Krieg's passing. He was very charismatic and brilliant in his writings and teachings. May Yahweh bless your family with strength during this time of sadness.

Barry Harris

December 6, 2020

Many people such as myself would like to know what the details were of Adrian’s death. Adrian actively presented to many people truth information about what is going on in the world, that disagreed with what the main stream media presented. I read his books and I listened to his weekly ACH podcast. Many people in the world would desire to find out how they may possibly be protected from what happened to Adrian.

Jennifer Schwarzkopf

November 21, 2020

I’m so sorry to hear about Uncle Adrian’s passing. I know his memory will be a comfort to everyone who loved him.

Col Harry Howells USAF (Ret)

November 20, 2020

Friends like Adrian never pass on. He lives forever in the minds and hearts of those fortunate enough to have known him. His thirst for knowledge coupled with his relentless energy singled him out as truely an amazing man. I feel fortunate to have had the privilege to have known him. He touched my life as I am sure he did many others. He remains now and always will be a fond and treasured memory

Janice and Chuck White

November 15, 2020

We will miss a wonderful friend. Chuck and I love Adrian and Audrey. We had wonderful times together. We enjoyed and shared much of our life experiences. We also spent Sunday worshipping as sister and brother in Christ. Knowing Adrien was a Christian, we know where he is now. He will be spending time with the Lord and other Christians. Knowing where we will spend eternity helps to ease the pain of the loss of a loved one. We send our condolences and much love. Janice and Chuck

Amanda Hume (Nicholson)

November 13, 2020

My brilliant Uncle Adrian. So many wonderful childhood memories of your fun and kindness. Even though you are gone we will never forget our incredibly interesting Uncle. Always in our hearts . Amanda x

Pamela Schwarzkopf

November 13, 2020

Deepest sympathy to my sister Audrey and nephews Ivan and Alistair and their families. We are all so sorry for your loss. Adrian sponsored me when I emigrated to America in 1974. I have many fond memories of the early years and also of time spent with Victor and Gertie. God bless you all.

Darren and Arlene Cummings

November 12, 2020

Sorry for your loss. Your father sounds like an amazing man. May your wonderful memories carry you through this difficult time. Our prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Darren and Arlene Cummings

Augustin T. O'Brien Caceres

November 10, 2020

All the best in your passage from here to heaven. I have written a long memory last night but it seems it was not approved.

Therefore, let's just concentrate on the wishes for peace and love for you who are in heaven for sure and for your adorable wife who I had the opportunity to know and your family and loved ones.

Your work continues through us and your descendants too. You will be missed, my friend.

Your comments, your shows, your feedback from e-mails I used to send. Rest in peace and lots of love to the family. Sorry for the loss.

Dr. Adrian Krieg was a brave man and an example to be followed.

The Lord be with all of us, Amen.

Greetings from Argentina-Ireland-Italy-USA (Fort Lauderdale). You know my life is split in these four countries.

Augustin T. O'Brien Caceres