Retired professor Donald Krug died on January 26, 2019. Krug taught sociology and anthropology at Wagner from 1964 to 1996. Krug was born in 1936 in St. Albans, Queens. He earned his BA at Queens College and his MA at New York University, where he also completed some doctoral work. According to his daughter, Kelly Krug Fackelman ’87, he loved to paint and garden; was involved in Trinity Episcopal Church in Roslyn, New York; and was a docent at Mill Neck Manor House for many years. “He took really good care of all his kids,” she said. Besides Kelly, his children include Kevin Krug, Perry Krug, and Nolan Krug, and he had one cherished grandson, James Krug.
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