The decedent was born on April 11, 1877, at Momence, Ill., and moved with her parents when a young girl to Brunswick, where the major portion of her life was spent. On April 11, 1905, she was united in marriage to William Krudup at Hammond, Ind. Seven years ago the family became residents of Valparaiso, moving there from Gibson City, Ill.
Surviving are her husband, five daughters and one son as follows: Mrs. Iorenda Leek, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mrs. Alma Malling, Evanston, Ill.; Robert Krudup, of Chicago; Mrs. Ethel Borden, Chicago; Miss Alberta Krudup, of the Presbyterian hospital, Chicago, and Marguerite, residing at home. She also leaves her mother, Mrs. Magdalene Miller, 82, of Bruswick; four brothers, John Miller, of Lowell; Henry Miller, Kankakee, Ill.; and Ernest and Herman Miller, of Brunswick, and six sisters, Mrs. Carrie Meyer, of Alden, Minn.; Mrs. Johanna Behrens, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.; Mrs. Bertha Graham, Chicago; Mrs. Mary Bixenmann, Lowell; Mrs. Lena Schaefer, Cook; Mrs. Lizzie Behrens, of Goodenow, Ill.
Mr. Krudup was a member of the Presbyterian church and was affiliated with the following orders: Rebekahs, Lady Maccabees and Ladies' Auxiliary Canton, No. 27, Patriarchs Militant, I.O.O.F.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 from the family home on East Lincolnway and were private. Services in charge of Rev. Chester Wharton, and burial in Graceland cemetery.
-- Lake County Star.
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