Rev. Carl A. Krueger

Rev. Carl A. Krueger, age 70, of Mattapoisett, MA died in peace on September 11, 2017 at Charlton Memorial Hospital. He is survived by his loving wife Nancy of 48 years and their two children, Amy Krueger and Aaron Krueger, and his daughter-in-law Jennifer Krueger. He was the loving “Gramps” of two grandchildren, Annabelle and Henry.

He graduated from Concordia College, Fort Wayne, IN in 1969. He received his Master of Divinity from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO in 1973. He served Our Saviour Lutheran Church, Fulton, NY from 1973-1981, Lutheran Church of the South Shore, Hanover and Hingham, MA from 1981-1983, Hope Lutheran Church, Upper St. Clair, PA from 1983-1987, Zion Lutheran Church, Schenectady, NY from 1988-1995 and St. John Lutheran Church, Meriden, CT from 1995-1999.

A memorial service will be held at St. John Lutheran Church in Meriden, CT on Saturday September 23, 2017 at 11 AM. The burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to St. John Lutheran Church, 520 Paddock Ave., Meriden, CT 06450. Arrangements are by the Saunders-Dwyer Mattapoisett Home for Funerals, 50 County Rd., Mattapoisett. For online condolence book, please visit

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  1. Leslie Paice says:

    Dear Nancy, Amy, Aaron & family…I was deeply saddened to hear of Pr Krueger’s passing. He was the main influence in my kids’ early faith journey, & a blessing to so many of us at Our Savior in Fulton,NY. I’ll keep you in my prayers & always in my heart as members of my faith family.In Christ’s Love, Leslie Paice

  2. Mark Beno says:

    Dear Nancy, Amy and Aaron and family,

    My condolensces to you and your family on the death of Pastor Krueger. He was a big influence to me during my teen years at Our Savior Lutheran in Fulton, NY. I was confirmed by Pr. Krueger, and remember fondly our times playing guitar together at the folk services we did. I’ll always remember him playing his 12-stringed guitar!

    May perpetual light shine on him, and may the angels bring him into paradise.

    God bless you all during this difficult time,

    Mark Beno

  3. Janet Isbell says:

    Our deepest sympathy Nancy and family. Holding you in prayer, Larry and Janet Isbell

  4. Lawrence Isbell says:

    Carl was a person who was willing to share his weaknesses as well as his strengths. There was an honesty and integrity about him that made me feel at ease and enabled me to confide in him. He was a mentor and a pastor who often went “the second mile” in demonstrating care for people. His death leaves a hole in our lives that shall not be filled again until the day of Resurrection.

  5. Paula Wray says:

    Dear Nancy and family, just saw the sad news about Carl.. So sorry I have lots of memories of our friendship and years of worshipping together in Fulton. I hope you are well.

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