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    Obituary of Adolph William Kraatz Victoria Advocate Online 2 Dec 2002 Adolph William Kraatz December 2, 2002 Adolph William Kraatz, 94, passed away Saturday,
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      Obituary of Adolph William Kraatz
      Victoria Advocate Online
      2 Dec 2002

      Adolph William Kraatz

      December 2, 2002

      Adolph William Kraatz, 94, passed away Saturday, November 30, 2002,
      in Victoria. He was born August 10, 1908 in Dime Box, Texas, to the
      late Wilhelm D. Kraatz and Augusta Stork Kraatz. He married the late
      Nora Elizabeth Kraatz August 31, 1941. Mr. Kraatz was retired from
      Barq's Nesbitt Bottling Company after 26 years as production manager.
      He was a World War II veteran and a member of Our Lady of Victory
      Cathedral.
      Mr. Kraatz is survived by a daughter Shirley Kraatz of Victoria,
      Texas; two sons William Adolph Kraatz and his wife Carmen, Billy
      Wayne Kraatz and his wife Denise all of Victoria, Texas, four
      grandchildren, Trey Kraatz and his wife Jennifer of Hallettsville,
      Texas, Brad Kraatz and his wife Kristin of Victoria, Texas, Stacey
      Kraatz of Bloomington, Texas and Scott Kraatz of Victoria, Texas;
      seven great grandchildren, Erika, Elissa, Jaylynn and Cameron Kraatz
      of Victoria, Texas, Tyler, Austin and Trenton Kraatz of
      Hallettsville, Texas.

      In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Nora
      Elizabeth Kraatz, two sisters, Josephine Pattillo and Lydia Leonard,
      one brother, Leonard Kraatz.

      A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday December 3, 2002 at the
      Rosewood Funeral Chapels. Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m.
      Wednesday December 4, 2002 at the Our Lady of Victory Cathedral with
      the Monsignor Michael Harrold officiating. Burial will follow in
      Resurrection Cemetery under the direction of Rosewood Funeral Chapels.

      Pallbearers will be Mickey Maxey, Ken Schaefer, Colonel Schaefer,
      Senator Ken Armbrister, Wayne Alexander and Billy Nava. Honorary
      pallbearers will be Ralph Letsinger and Henry Rodriguez.

      Memorial may be made to Our Lady of Victory Cathedral or Hospice of
      South Texas. All arrangements by Rosewood Funeral Chapels 361-573-
      4546.
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