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Charles Krieg

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Charles Phillip Krieg, 76 of Kentucky passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2021. He was born to the late Georgia Krieg on June 24, 1945. 

He served in the US Army in the 42nd Platoon Scout Dogs which was attached to the 101st Airborne during the Vietnam War. He retired from Brown and Williamson as a Senior Fabrication Technologist after 31 years. He was then free to enjoy time with his wife, Linda Ellen Krieg, and his family. 

He is survived by his wife, Linda Ellen Krieg, of 53 years along with his children Erik (Vicky) Krieg, Jeana (Marty) Carter, Christina (Chad) Bridges; grandchildren, Lindsey, Cason, Bailey, and Caleb; sister Georgia Norris, and Judy (Tom) Jackman; sister-in-law Faye Krieg.

His sister Sue Ann (Richard) Salyer, brothers Ronnie (Martha) Krieg and Billy Krieg along with his brother-in-law Herb Norris proceeded him in death. 

In the words of his sweet sister, Georgia Norris “salvation is yours through his precious son Jesus. I am now at peace, and I know the heavenly Father will provide you that peace. He will speak to you through his creation – awakening you with the warmth of the morning son, refreshing you with his gentle rain, lifting your spirit with the songs of the birds, and ending your day with the comfort of the beauty of the setting sun. We will meet again. We love you.”

Visitation will be Saturday, October 23rd from 12:00 to 2:00 pm at Georgia Funeral Care in Acworth, GA. 

Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project or St. Jude

4 Comments To "Charles Krieg"

Andrea Chapman On Oct 23 2021 at 5pm
Praying for your family!! May Jesus peace and comfort surround you all!! Reply to this comment
Kathy Augustus On Oct 23 2021 at 5pm
I have no words to say how much love I had for a brother-in -law like charley! The love he had for his family was amazing and he always made me feel a part of that PRICELESS. He will be missed but never forgotten. Thankful for the time we had him. Love and prayers to his beautiful family Reply to this comment
Michael Carter On Oct 22 2021 at 3pm
We will miss you Charlie. You were always friendly to me and just a great man and friend. I always loved to joke around and get a good laugh with you. I will miss you and forever remember you. Go in peace Charlie and God bless you. Reply to this comment
Alvin and Esther Eubanks On Oct 22 2021 at 3pm
Alvin and I will miss Charlie, seeing him ride his golf cart around the neighborhood, and stopping to have a conversation. We will be keeping Linda and all his family in our prayers. Reply to this comment
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