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Agnes Schaegelen

Memorial services for Agnes Krill Schaegelen of Nevada City will be at 11 a. m. Thursday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 615 Hollow Way, Nevada City. A private burial was at Sylvan Cemetery in Citrus Heights.

Mrs. Schaegelen died Friday, March 29, at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. She was 94.

She was born May 12, 1907, in San Francisco to William and Sylvia (Mercer) Fraser. She married Louis J. Krill on Jan. 22, 1925, in Galt, and then Emil F. Schaegelen on July 1, 1945, in Oakland.



She served in the Army Air Corps in San Francisco and Salt Lake City during World War II. She later worked for the Oakland public schools and Aerojet in Sacramento.

She was a member of the Evangeline Chapter No. 9 of Nevada City, Order of the Eastern Star for more than 50 years. She enjoyed traveling, her family, social activities and walking in Pioneer Park in Nevada City.




She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Wallace and Mary K. Krill of Nevada City; daughters and sons-in-law Frances J. and James Sidney Burk of Carmichael and Betty and Elwood Hill of Danville; son-in-law James Taylor of New Zealand; grandchildren Mike and Roger Krill and Kathy McColl of Nevada County, Renae MacAully and Bonnie Pepper of Santa Cruz, Janell Pallin of Ontario, Canada, Eric Hill of Auburn, Steve Hill of Tacoma, Wash., Larry Hill of Fresno, David Taylor of Oregon and Dan Taylor of New Zealand; and 25 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husbands; daughter Betty Taylor; brothers Jack and Bill Fraser; sister, Sylvia Wilcox; granddaughter Colette Burk; and grandson Jimmy Taylor.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Foothills or the Shriners Hospital in Sacramento.


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