Obituaries


Tre:  

Treff 1 til 7 av 7     » Se galleri    » Lysbildefremvisning

   

 #   Miniatyrbilde   Beskrivelse   Linket til 
1
FRIELE DAPHNE MUNDINGER FRIELE (Age 82)
FRIELE DAPHNE MUNDINGER FRIELE (Age 82)
Peacefully on April 16, 2008. Born in Funchal, Madeira, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Walker. Predeceased by her loving husbands COL Robert G. Mundinger and Berent E. Friele.

During WWII, Daphne was a member of the British FANY‘s and also served as the Jedburgh commanding officer's secretary. For recording their history and reuniting French, British and American Jedburgh teams, she was recognized as a member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and received the French Ordre National du Merite.

She later worked at the State Department and the American Embassy in Paris, France. Daphne was gracious to all and loved all creatures great and small.

Daphne is survived by two devoted daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Smith of Boca Raton, FL and Mr. and Mrs. James LaBrecque of Cheshire, CT. "Grannie Goose" is also survived by three loving grandchildren, Barbara Smith, Susan McConnell and Berent LaBrecque, and two great-grandchildren, Reilly and Tyler McConnell.

Burial will take place at Arlington National Cemetery, at 3 p.m. Thursday, June 19, 2008.

Published in The Washington Post on Jun. 15, 2008.

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=daphne-friele&pid=111553493 
 
2
Obitary for Daphne Friele
Obitary for Daphne Friele
CHESHIRE - Daphne Mundinger Friele, 82, formerly of Cheshire and Wallingford, died peacefully on Wednesday, April 16, 2008.

Born in Funchal, Madeira, Jan. 17, 1926, she was the daughter of the late Josephine Marion and Frederick Cecil Walker. Daphne was predeceased by her loving husbands Col. Robert G. Mundinger and Berent E. Friele, both World War II veterans and former members of the elite Jedburgh Group. Project Jedburgh was a joint allied program, with the OSS whose members parachuted behind enemy lines to assist resistance fighters in France prior to D Day. During World War II, Daphne was a member of the British First Aid Nursing Yeomanry, and served as the Jedburgh commanding officer's secretary. In later years, she worked tirelessly to reunite the French, British and American Jedburgh members and helped record the history of the unit, for which she was awarded the French Ordre National du Merite and the British Member of the Order of the British Empire. She excelled at the many duties and obligations of an Army Officer's wife both in the United States and during overseas assignments. Daphne later worked at the State Department, in Washington, DC, and at the American Embassy in Paris, France. Daphne was gracious to all, an avid gardener, and loved all creatures great and small.

Daphne is survived by two devoted daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara and Gary Smith of Boca Raton, Fla., and Susan and James LaBrecque of Cheshire; additionally, "Grannie Goose" is survived by three loving grandchildren, Barbara Anne Smith, Susan McConnell and Berent LaBrecque; as well as two great-grandchildren, Reilly and Tyler McConnell.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, May 10 at 1 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 65 N. Main St., Wallingford. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery, Va., June 19 at 3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association.

Published in Record-Journal on May 4, 2008.

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/record-journal/obituary.aspx?n=daphne-friele&pid=108930912 
 
3
Obituary Evelyn Winnifred Friele
Obituary Evelyn Winnifred Friele
Evelyn Winnifred Friele, nee Mouat 1937-1986

Times Colonist 20. August 1986 
 
4
Obituary for Berent Friele
Obituary for Berent Friele
Berent Johan Beyer Friele 1895-1985

The Record 18. September 1985 
 
5
Obituary for Haakon B. Friele
Obituary for Haakon B. Friele
Obituary for Haakon Beyer Friele 1897-1987

Arizona Republic 23. january 1987 
 
6
Obituary for Harald “BUD” Friele
Obituary for Harald “BUD” Friele
Harald Berle “Bud” Friele passed away on November 21st, 2018 in the comfort of his own home on Salt Spring Island. Bud was born October 9, 1921 in Oslo, Norway, the eldest son of Haakon and Aslaug Friele, and brother to Ted and Rolf. He took great pride in his heritage, and always flew a Norwegian flag along with his Canadian flag.
Bud lived his life with a strong sense of family, adventure, humour, creativity, and curiosity. Although he always kept Norway near and dear to his heart, Bud spent most of his younger years residing in the Seattle area. He proudly served in the US Navy during WWII as Captain of the USS Vent, patrolling the Asiatic-Pacific Theater. Bud was well known in the salmon industry, having fished and operated canneries in Alaska for many years. He later became President and General Manager of the Nakat Packing Corporation for A&P before retiring to Salt Spring Island. The sea was always a priority in Bud’s life. From his extensive career in the Alaskan salmon industry to spending time on his boat, “The Royal Viking,” Bud was happiest when out on the water. He could often be found prawning in the local waters, eating raw oysters off the beach, and making his specialty, Gravlax. Bud was also an avid skier, hiker, photographer, and gardener who recently returned home from the Fall Fair with a first place trophy for his grapes. He enjoyed spending time in his workshop, engineering new and ingenious ways to build or repair almost anything, and was known to be the best knife sharpener around. His most recent pastime found him creating perfectly balanced driftwood mobiles which he would give to grateful friends and family.
Bud was deeply loved and cherished by his three devoted wives, Katherine Brazeau, Evelyn Mouat, and Patricia Dougan, all of whom predeceased him. He leaves behind his five daughters and two step daughters: Kathy Fontenot (Don), Barb Lorenson (Stan), Christy Lein (Gary), Shelley Maxwell (Ron), Kari Holmes (Rob), Aileen Dougan (Craig), and Leanne Stegall (Bill). He was also the treasured “Bestefar” to eleven grandchildren and “Oldefar” to eight great grandchildren. Additionally left behind are Bud’s younger brother Ted Friele (Patty), Bev Brazeau, and the Pringle and Mouat families. Bud’s longevity was due in part to his long time friend, David Davies, and to the wonderful care he received over the years from Dr. Reznick, Dr. Woodley, and the staff at Lady Minto Hospital.
Bud wishes that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Lady Minto Hospital in Ganges.

https://necrocanada.com/obituaries-2019/02/harald-bud-friele-october-9-1921-november-21-2018/ 
 
7
Obituary for Rolf Erik Friele
Obituary for Rolf Erik Friele
Rolf Erik Friele died March 3rd, 2015 after complications from an acute illness. He was surrounded by his wife and family. Rolf was born July 14th, 1928 in Seattle, WA, son of Haakon Beyer Friele and Aslaug Berle. Rolf married Barbara Lucile Charles (1929-2002) February 15th, 1958, residing in Medina. In 2006 he married Olga Shklanka, residing in Bellevue and Mercer Island.

He is survived by his loving wife Olga Shklanka Friele, daughter Karen(Willie) McClure, son Robert (Eleanor) Friele; grandsons Erik and Roger McClure; Alex and Sean Friele; and brothers Harald [Bud] Friele and Haakon [Ted] Friele.

Published in The Seattle Times from May 8 to May 9, 2015

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/seattletimes/obituary.aspx?n=rolf-erik-friele&pid=174813941 
 


Sidene drives av The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding v. 12.3, skrevet av Darrin Lythgoe © 2001-2020.

Redigert av Slekten Beyer.