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Dorothy "Dot" Lowe Krieger

Dorothy "Dot" Lowe Krieger
This Celebration of Life is a focus and reflection of things she held to be sacred to her life and her being.



*Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania December 18,1932

*Entered Eternal Life in Broomfield, Colorado March 27, 2018



*Married Theodore “Ted” Krieger in Washington,D.C. at Saint Luke’s Methodist Church on April 15, 1951

(Attendants were lifelong friends Harry and Madeline Watterson English)



Dot served as a volunteer throughout her life:
*Active over 40 years in the work and mission of United Church of Christ.

*A founder of Broomfield FISH food bank

*Was Senior Resource President to help start the Broomfield Senior Center.
*An officer of United Methodist Women.
*Dedicated to the Church Women United movement, she was Colorado President, National Vice President and received Woman of Valour award

*Member of Chapter J Colorado T.T.T. women's charitable organization since 1972, state president 2013-14

*Member of Colorado PEO women's organization since 1985
*First of women members in Denver Posse of Westerners and served as Sheriff 2006, Chuck Wrangler 1999-2016



*Children:

Son: Dr. George W Krieger, DDS and wife Aimee, Parker, CO

Daughter: Cheryl Krieger Brown and husband Matthew, Bonney Lake, WA



*Grandchildren:

Granddaughter: Dr Brenna Marie Krieger Teigler, Berkeley CA and husband Dr Jeff Teigler, PA
Granddaughter: Hilary Dorothea Krieger, Anchorage AK



*Siblings:

Brother (surviving) Dr. William George Lowe, Newbury NH and wife Polly Lowe

(Sister Jean Lowe Guthrie, deceased)



*Dot loved her family, people, craft handiwork, baking wedding cakes, designing and sewing wedding dresses, reading, travel and fishing



*Anyone wishing to make a memorial donation, we suggest one of the following organizations that were important to Dot:


1) Broomfield FISH foodbank


2) Broomfield Senior Center Meals on Wheels


3) Broomfield United Methodist Church

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