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Condolence From: Mary Lou Krug Mason
Condolence: I'm sorry I'm late in writing this, but I want to extend my sympathies to all of my Krug cousins. There are several things I will always remember about your dad:
He loved to tease and could do it with a straight face better than anyone I've ever known.
He liked to eat at Bob Evans Restaurant.
He was very positive and encouraging and let others know he believed in them.
He wrote the best notes/letters in the cards he sent.
He would call his parents every Sunday.
He loved Notre Dame.
He was very intelligent.
He was a man of deep faith.
He was a wonderful brother to my dad and a great uncle to all,of us.
He loved you all very much and talked about you often.
I loved your dad and will miss him. You are all in my prayers.
Friday January 12, 2018
Condolence From: Peggy Krug Glatz
Condolence: My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of grief. Uncle Tom was such a wonderful and loving man and I always enjoyed visiting and joking with him. I will always remember him fondly.
Monday January 08, 2018
Condolence From: Joseph Alphonse Krug
Condolence: On Christmas day we lost a fine man, I regret that I never got to know my Uncle Tom as well as my brother Andy, but I certainly enjoyed my visits with him over the years and enjoyed reading Andy's reminisces about their times together at West Point. Love and prayers to all of my cousins.
Wednesday January 03, 2018
Condolence From: Andy Krug
Condolence: Growing up in Ohio we only had the opportunity to see Uncle Tom once or twice a year as kids. He always seemed like the exotic family member from the East when he’d return to Chillicothe for those visits. Even as a child I always appreciated his warmth, humor, and always sunny disposition. Seeing him with his little brothers Jim and Joe (my Dad) always made me happy and reminded me of my own brothers.

It wasn’t until I got older and went East myself to attend college in New York that I really got the chance to truly know Uncle Tom. Where he lived in Connecticut was only a short drive to West Point and during my four years there he made many visits to come see me specifically, or would stop to say hello enroute to New Jersey or other points south to visit friends or other family.

In fact as a lonely Plebe (freshman) at West Point his visits were many times just the friendly face of a loving family member that I needed to keep the home sickness away and keep me trudging along.

It was during those many visits and meals we spent together that I got to truly know what a great man he was. I reveled in the stories he told about my Grandma and Grandpa Krugie, the hillarious stories he would tell about my Dad (that we kids never had heard or only had heard from another perspective), and about his intersting life. He never seemed in a hurry to leave, was always happy to listen to what I had to say, would answer every question, and would always leave me with a loaf of Italian bread or some cookies.

I truly treasured those times together, and thank God that I had the chance to likely get to know him better than any of my other Ohio siblings or cousins. I was blessed and it makes me teary now to think about all those great times we had together and how much I miss him now and in the years since I left the East to start my own life.

In many ways I always saw us as a bit of kindred spirits. We left our home in Ohio to join the Army, we were exposed to and experienced many things we likely would not have seen had we not gone away, met our future spouses while there, and then continued our lives and raised families in places other than where we grew up. As we would joke sometimes it was like the Robert Frost poem where we “took the road less travelled by, and that has made all the difference”.

I wish my deepest heartfelt condolences to Tracy, Tammy, Thomas, Terry, and Tim. Your Dad was a special guy and touched the lives of other Krugs in ways that you’ll probably never fully appreciate.

Please don’t forget that you aren’t alone and you have a much bigger family out here, who despite not knowing you as well as we should, love and care about you very much.

Don’t be strangers in the months and years ahead. As Uncle Tom was always quick to remind me while I was going through my own tough times, “us Krugs need to stick together”.
Tuesday January 02, 2018
Condolence From: Kim Krug Conde
Condolence: Uncle Tom was a kind, gentle, loving man and his life was a gift to so many of us. He will be missed.
Tuesday January 02, 2018
Condolence From: Mike Krug
Condolence: Uncle Tom's visits to Ohio were much anticipated and included stories about Krugie and family history, jokes about "Amos" and Andy and a new way of looking at my Dad as "Babe". Love and blessings as he makes the short trip to his great reward on Christmas day.
Tuesday January 02, 2018
Condolence From: Katherine Hays & Family
Condolence: My heartfelt condolences on the loss of Tom go out to the Krug family, from the time that I met him he quickly made his way into my heart with his kindness and gentle spirit,
he was truly special and I valued the time that we spent together, many special memories will always keep him close, much thought and love go out to all of you.
Tuesday January 02, 2018
Condolence From: Bill & Trudy Carroll
Condolence: We were very sorry to hear of your father's passing. Tom was a great friend and helper to our mother Helen when she lived in the same apartment building in Wets Hartford. He - and Tim while he was there - went out of their way to help our mother and to keep a watch for her welfare. We will always be grateful for his love and concern for her.
Monday January 01, 2018
Condolence From: bill siddons
Condolence: I was very sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I worked with him on one of the committees of the local ND club and very much enjoyed the experience.
My sincere condolences to the family.
Saturday December 30, 2017
Condolence From: Laurie & Richard Brucki
Condolence: Terry, Ann and family,
We are sorry to hear that Terry's father passed away. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family and sending prayers to help you through this tough time.
Richard and Laurie Brucki
Saturday December 30, 2017
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