Husband: Irving W. Kreutz (1)
Wife: Barbara McLaughlin (4)
01 (?): Living
02 (?): Living
03 (?): Living
04 (?): Living
Irving W. Kreutz:
Irving G. Kreutz, was famous at UW as head of the Extension library for many years, and as a radio host regarding discussions of English classical literature. (per GWKreutz email 31 Oct 2008.)
Per Sophie Driskill, "Barbara is the daughter of Irene Castle (star) and Col. Frederick McLaughlin, owner of McLaughlin Coffee Co. and Chicago Black Hawk hockey team. She was Dean of Graduate School of Bryn Mawr University in Philadelphia."
Per GWKreutz email 31 Oct 2008: Barbara became head of the graduate school at BrynMar in the 70's. She was the daughter of Irene Castle of the famous dance team of
Irene & Vernon Castle. She held a PhD in Medievel History from UW.
IRVING W. KREUTZ
Saturday, August 02, 2008
The Jersey Journal
Services for Irving W. Kreutz, 90, of Jersey City, are private. He died yesterday at Jersey City Medical Center.
Born in Pecos, Texas, he lived in Madison, Wis., before moving to moving to Jersey City 31/2 years ago.
Kreutz was a philosophy professor at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He retired in 1980.
Surviving are three daughters, Nicole MacInnes, Charlotte Kreutz and Libby Kreutz; a son, Gregg Kreutz; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Bromirski Funeral Home, Jersey City, is in charge.
Kreutz, Barbara McLaughlin BRYN MAWR, PA. - Barbara McLaughlin Kreutz died in Bryn Mawr, Pa., of cancer on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003. She was a dean of the graduate school at Bryn Mawr College from 1980 to 1984 and an assistant vice chancellor at the University of Wisconsin from 1975 to 1979. A professor of medieval history, she wrote a number of articles on the Middle Ages and the book, "Before the Normans." She also co-authored "Introducing America," a travel guide to the United States. She was an ardent advocate of civic responsibility and political action. A remarkable woman of boundless curiosity and generosity of spirit, she will be missed by friends and colleagues around the world. She is survived by her loving family: her husband of 60 years, Irving Kreutz; children, Nicky, Gregg, Charlotte and Libby; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild; brother, William McLaughlin; and niece, Castle McLaughlin. In lieu of a memorial service, please remember her by sending donations to Oxfam or Planned Parenthood
Revised: November 26, 2016