Ingeborg Krienke May 26th, 2011

Janet A Scagnetti (email):“John and Kristin, please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. I have such fond memories of my first years of teaching at Pike School where Inga served as secretary. Hope time and fond memories like this ease your loss. Jan”

Kelly Baptista:“Kristen, So sorry to hear of your moms passing. I'm sure you will miss her but have many happy memories of her. Take care and God Bless.”

Sharon Musser (email):“We had many fun days together. Inga was my interesting, funny friend and I'll miss her very much. ”

Ray and Janet Pedersen Kvalheim:“Dear Karen, Steve, Kristin and Erik, We're so saddened and share your loss ... Janet and Ray”

Heather Carlson (email):“Kristin & Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. If there is anything we can do for you please let us know. Love, The Carlsons ”

Chris & Bob Veech (email):“Our deepest sympathies to Inga's loving family and friends, of which we are two, having known her since Trinity days in Brooklyn, NY. We will miss her bubbly laugh and charm. She is now at peace...”

Marian & Ras Erdal (email):“Dear Karen, Kristen, Erik & family: Our condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. We grieved with you during Inky’s illness and even more so when she passed away. The sadness of today will slowly be replaced by happy and fond memories. “Inky” will certainly be missed by all her friends. It was such a joy to reconnect with her in these recent years. She will never be forgotten. Peace be with all of you. Marian & Ras Erdal ”

Rev Louis & Annette Hermansen (email):“Our sincere sympathies on the death of your mother, grandmother, and sister. There are many memories of our years together at Trinity Lutheran in Brooklyn, New York, Camp Norge, and even in Ohio where we served neighboring parishes. May Christ's peace that passes all understanding be your comfort.”