OBITUARY

Gregory Alan KREUZIGER

November 4, 1953November 9, 2018

Gregory Alan Kreuziger was born to Hugo Kreuziger and Doris Pownell Kreuziger on November 04, 1953 in Hudson, Wisconsin. He passed away on November 09, 2018, at age 65, in Fayetteville, Georgia.

He grew up on his family’s dairy farm in Roberts, Wisconsin, as one of six children, and graduated St. Croix High School in 1971. Greg earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Wisconsin - River Falls in Business Administration in 1976, and subsequently enrolled in the University of Memphis, MBA program in 1990.

After college, Greg left for the big city, but always considered himself an old dairy farm boy who would never forget his roots. He worked in the automotive, energy, and utilities industries for over 40 years and was a talented sales and marketing manager. He was an amazing father, who had abundant love for his daughter, Hannah, and a passion for politics, great food, and music.

Greg was preceded in death by his parents, Hugo and Doris Kreuziger; son, Nathan Kreuziger; brother, Donald Kreuziger; sister, Judy Bolier; brother-in-law, Steven Bolier; and uncle, Rudy Kreuziger.

He is survived by his loving daughter, Hannah Kreuziger; brothers, Dennis and Randy Kreuziger; sister and brother-in-law, Dianne and Roger Beestman; nephew, Donald Bolier and wife Natalie; nephew, Jeff Bolier and wife Misty; niece, Shannon Bierbrauer and husband Kurtis; great nieces, Chelsea Bolier and Rylie Bierbrauer; great nephew, Benjamin Bolier; ex-spouse, Rhonda Kreuziger; and his sweet dog, Samantha.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on November 19, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. at New City Church, located at 320 Dividend Drive, Peachtree City, Georgia 30269.

Services

  • A Celebration of Life Service Monday, November 19, 2018
REMEMBERING

Gregory Alan KREUZIGER

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Patsy Schroeder

December 5, 2018

Correction to the previous memory I shared ...
Greg and I were named “Friendliest” Senior Class Personalities ... not “Class Cut-Ups”
No wonder Greg was so liked in High School! “Mr Friendly!”

Greg will certainly be missed on this earth.
Patsy Boughton Schroeder

Patsy Schroeder

December 5, 2018

I was a St Croix Central High School classmate of Greg’s ... from 1st Grade in the Roberts, Wisconsin brick school house, through our senior class graduation.
During those years, Greg became a “ brother” friend to me. As I came from a family of 4 girls, having Greg as a friend was very special. We tried dating once .. but both agreed it was too weird as we felt like a brother and sister! There are many memories of fun and laughter between the 2 of us. I believe that Greg and I were voted “Senior Class Cut-ups” ... HaHa. We sure had great fun!
Greg was a kind and thoughtful young man who was a good friend to many.
My husband, John, also enjoyed getting together with Greg during our early marriage years.
Greg and I lost touch when he moved to Georgia. I would have enjoyed reconnecting.
Please reach out to me via my email ... patsyjohn@aol.com ....
I would like to know further details of Greg’s recent life and his passing.
Patsy Boughton Schroeder

margaret ackiss

November 24, 2018

I was so very sorry to hear of Greg's passing. Greg sat next to me at the Lenox office when he first started with AT&T. Fast forward 10 years, and we became work buddies when I joined a new team and needed his help to navigate the waters in his organization. We talked EVERY DAY. There wasn't a day that went by that Greg didn't share his love and adoration for his daughter, Hannah. He was so very proud of her. I can't tell you how sorry I am that I did not know of his death in time to attend his services. Greg, rest in peace. Hannah, please know, your daddy was so proud of you and he truly loved you more than anything. You truly were his world.

FROM THE FAMILY