Beulah L. Kreger, 84, of Elk River, died on March 3, 2011.
Beulah was born June 12, 1926, in Anoka to Charles and Florence (Anderson) Meyer. She graduated from Anoka High School Class of 1944. Beulah attended Minot Teacher’s College for Emergency Teacher’s Certificate in WWII. She taught in North Dakota and Minnesota.
She married Bernhard Kreger on June 27, 1946, at St. John Lutheran Church in Nowthen. Their marriage was blessed with five daughters.
Beulah will be remembered for her apple pies, sweet rolls and fudge. Beulah was quietly devoted to her faith. She shared this devotion by baking for church events, transporting church members and helping out at the Bethesda Thrift Store. She always put others before herself and was always willing to help those that needed it. She enjoyed gardening annual flowers.
The funeral service was held Monday, March 7, at St. John Lutheran Church in Nowthen. Interment was in St. John’s Lutheran Church Cemetery. Dare’s Funeral Home of Elk River served the family.
Mrs. Kreger is survived by daughters, Joan (Allan) Kastendick, Nancy Morkert, Beverly (Scott) Schamber, Linda (David) Parvey and Lorna (Jim) Rudolph; 10 grandchildren, Peter Morkert and Andrew Morkert, Jennifer Kick, Ben Schamber, Dan Parvey, Emily LaPlant, Rev. Adam Parvey, Erin Rudolph, Ed Rudolph, and Alison Rudolph and 10 great-grandchildren, Ethan, Avery, Natalie, Jacob, Callie, Laura, Hannah, Sophie, Levi and Ezra.
Beulah was preceded in death by her husband, Bernhard; son-in-law, David Morkert; sisters, Jane and Sue; and brothers, Bruce and Les.