Mr. Kenneth N. Striegler of Fredericksburg, formerly of Mason, passed away on Monday, June 20th in the Knopp Health Care & Rehab Center at the age of 89 years.Mr. Kenneth N. Striegler is survived by his wife: Dora Jung Striegler of Fredericksburg; Son and spouse: Kenny and Sandra Striegler of Fredericksburg; Son in law and wife: Anthony and Mary Ann Nebgen of Mason; Four Grandchildren: Michael and Laurie Nebgen, Michelle Schmidt, Scott and Emily Striegler, Katy and Matthew Petri; Two Great Grandchildren: Hunter and Nicole Nebgen; Sister: Joyce, Mrs. Nathan Johanson of Austin; Sister in law: Joyce, Mrs. Curtis Striegler of Arkansas.Funeral Services for Mr. Kenneth N. Striegler were held on Wednesday, June 22nd at 3:00 P.M. in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home, Fredericksburg with the Rev. Tim Scheffel officiating.Graveside services and interment with military honors followed in the St. Paul Lutheran Church Cemetery, Cave Creek.For those who so desire you may make memorial contributions in his memory to the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Mason, Hill Country Memorial Hospital Hospice or to the charity of your choice.Visitation for Mr. Kenneth N. Striegler was held on Tuesday from 4:00 till 7:30 P.M. and on Wednesday from 7:00 A.M. till 3:00 P.M. in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home, Fredericksburg.Expressions of sympathy may be sent at www.schaetter.comFuneral arrangements under the direction of the Schaetter Funeral Home, FredericksburgBorn: 9-11-1921 in Gillespie County, Texas to Evan J. and Addie Moore Striegler.Married: Dora Jung on 1-24-1942 in Edison Street Methodist Church, Fbg, Tx.Preceded in death by his parents, Daughter: Gloria Nebgen, Brother: Curtis Striegler, Brother in law: Nathan Johanson.Served in U.S. Army from 7-17-1942 to 12-18-1945. Was discharged as a Private First Class. Received the World War II Victory Medal, American Theater Campaign Medal, EAME Campaign Medal with 1 Bronze Star, Bronze Star Medal, Good Conduct Medal.Pallbearers: Scott Striegler, Michael Nebgen, Matthew Petri, Kris Johanson, Terry Johanson, Glenn Nebgen. Honorary Pallbearers: Nickie Nobles, Freddie Matetzschk, Jerry Bearden.