She was born on December 18, 1974 to Randolph and Roxanne Hill. Her hobbies included spending time with her girls, hiking in the mountains, fishing, swimming, riding Harleys and hanging out with friends and family to watch Packer games.
Tracy fell in love with waitressing at a very young age because of her love for people and her want to put a smile on everyone’s face. She was very good at her job and did it with her whole heart. She waitressed at Cimarollis supper club for several years, at the Golden Cup 2. Tracy then moved to Tennessee and worked at Aunt Bea's for a few years. When she moved backed to Portage, she returned to work at the Golden Cup 2.
She is survived by her 2 children Katelyn Krueger and Koryn Krueger, her parents Randolph and Roxanne Hill, Great Grandmother Mrs. Howard Gordon, sister Nicole (Terry)Miller, and her soulmate Hurley Leon, also survived by many nieces, nephews and dear friends.
She is proceeded in death by her son Nathan Karl Krueger, Joseph and Carol Schmitz, Trista Windorf- Schmitz, Sara Schmitz and many others.
Funeral services will be held Sunday Feb 28th at 4 PM at Grasse Funeral Home in Pardeeville. Interment will follow at Randolph Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 1 PM until the tie of services."
Manthey says the victim is 41-year-old Tracy Krueger. Manthey says the Kruegers were going through the process of a divorce. A court hearing had been scheduled for Thursday.
Manthey says Tracy Krueger was a guest at the Ridge Motor Inn, where the fatal shooting took place. He says there was a friend with her, but offered no comment on whether that person had been in danger.
Authorities say Kevin Krueger was arrested during a traffic stop on Highway-16 four miles from the shooting scene. Manthey says a gun was recovered.
Tracy Krueger's neighbor in Freisland, Alane Coleman, tells 27 News she would see Krueger with her teenage daughters. "She seemed like a very caring person, and cared about her kids," Coleman says. 'Very sad, very sad.'"...Read more