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DEATH: ANNELIESE SOPHIE KRUG FRANKE

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Anneliese Sophie Krug Franke, passed away peacefully at her home, Saturday, Oct. 5, 1996.

Annaliese was born, March 11, 1929 in Hugsweier, Baden, Germany, the daughter of Erwin and Theresia Keunstle Krug. She was reared and educated in Switzerland and came to the United States as a young woman.She worked to enable her family to immigrate to America. She met her beloved husband-to-be, Walter Franke, at a German dance and they were married September 21, 1956. Their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake City Temple on December 2, 1968. They had one daughter, Christine. When she first came to America, Anneliese worked as a Nanny and then later went to work for Nu-Art Lighting as a production worker.

She was well known for her cooking skills which earned her a position with the Salt Lake School District for many years. Anneliese spent the last 17 years working for the U. S. Postal Service as a mail handler, and was also affiliated with the Mail Handlers Union winning many awards for commendable service.

She was an active member of the LDS Church and served many callings. She enjoyed Temple and Genealogical work. Her interests were many, including traveling with her husband to Europe, Mexico, Israel and domestically. Anneliese enjoyed cooking, sewing, knitting, gardening and singing with the Swiss Chorus "Edelweiss".

She most enjoyed the times spent with her loving husband and daughter. Anneliese is survived by her only daughter, Christine of Salt Lake City; brother, Paul Krug and his wife Heide, a sister, Hannelore (Siegfried) Groth, Salt Lake City; sister, Emma Saegesser, Basel, Switzerland. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Walter, her parents and a brother.

Anneliese touched the lives of many people, and will be greatly missed. "You'll always be with me, Mom" Love Christine

A private graveside was held October 8, 1996, under the direction of Wasatch Lawn Mortuary.

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