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Alfred Kielland Obituary
Alfred Kielland Obituary
Alfred (Bud) Richard Kielland

Born in 1935, graduated in 1954 from Renton HS. Bud's passion was racing cars. He started the business Speed Equipment Wholesalers in Renton later named Warehouse West. In 1966 he in partnership won the National Hot Rod associations "Best engineered car of the year" with a twin engined dragster named "Sweet Sixteen". He later sold the business then developed real estate and started building custom homes till 1995 when he retired.

Bud left behind his sister Lita;

son James, daughters Kolleen, Linda and Laura plus 2 grandchildren, Michael and Kelia.
Hope Harris Cleary, Age: 87 Interlaken
Hope Harris Cleary, Age: 87 Interlaken
Hope Harris Cleary, 87, of Interlaken, passed away Friday, May 28, 2010, at home, surrounded by her children.

She was born in New York City and grew up in Upper Montclair and Spring Lake before moving to Fair Haven. Upon her marriage, she moved to Interlaken.

A graduate of Wheaton College, Norton, Mass., Hope worked for the Newark Museum and was an interior decorator before she married. She assisted her husband, Fritz Cleary in managing the Asbury Park Society of Fine Arts, the APSFA Museum and numerous exhibitions around the Jersey Shore. A prolific watercolorist and reader, Hope was also a past president of both The Ariel Club and The Grow and Show Club of Interlaken, and served for many years as the librarian in Interlaken. She was devoted to her friends at Sewing.

Hope was predeceased by her parents, Rolf and Mildred Kielland; and her husband, Fritz Cleary. She is survived by her children, Catherine of Interlaken, Christopher of Annapolis, Md., and Cyrus of Cundy's Harbor, Maine.

Arrangements are private. Donations may be made in Hope's memory to the Visiting Nurse Association of Central New Jersey or Monmouth County Library.

Published by Asbury Park Press on Jun. 1, 2010.
Jens Zetlitz Kielland - In Memorian
Jens Zetlitz Kielland - In Memorian
Jens Zetlitz Kielland 1873-1926

Stavanger Aftenblad, lørdag 3. juli 1926
Minneord Arne Landmark
Minneord Arne Landmark
Arne Landmark 1895-1994

Samhold-Velgeren, tirsdag 10. mai 1994
Nekrolog Andreas Anderssen
Nekrolog Andreas Anderssen
Andreas Anderssen 1879-1945

Akershus Amtstidende, fredag 28. desember 1945
Nekrolog for Kitty Kielland
Nekrolog for Kitty Kielland
(Christine) Kitty Lange Kielland 1843-1914

Aftenposten 2. Oktober 1914
Nekrolog Gabriel Schancke Kielland
Nekrolog Gabriel Schancke Kielland
Gabriel Schancke Kielland 1904-1976

Aftenposten 12. Mars 1904
Nekrolog Harald Per Holbæk-Hanssen
Nekrolog Harald Per Holbæk-Hanssen
Harald Per Holbæk-Hanssen 1923-1983

Rogalands Avis, mandag 21. februar 1983
Nekrolog Ove Kristian Roll
Nekrolog Ove Kristian Roll
Ove Kristian Roll 1906-1979

Bergens tidende, lørdag 4. august 1979
Nekrolog Thoralf Hødal
Nekrolog Thoralf Hødal
Thoralf Hødal 1915-1982

Asker og Bærums budstikke, onsdag 29. desember 1982
Nils Vogt Kielland
Nils Vogt Kielland
Nils Vogt Kielland 1862-1933

Aftenposten 25. November 1933
Obitary Marie Beyer
Obitary Marie Beyer
Marie Beyer, født Maria Magdalena Magelssen 1875-1961

Tacoma News Tribune 23. November 1961
Obitary Sydney Albert “Syd” Kielland
Obitary Sydney Albert “Syd” Kielland
Sydney Albert Kielland, of Holladay, Utah, passed away on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at George Wahlen Veterans Medical Center.

He was born March 3, 1925 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Iver Hudson Kielland and Edith Phillips Kielland.

Syd is survived by his loving wife, Fern Mitchell Kielland. They were married on June 19, 1942. Survived by two children: Karon K. Tilson (George) of Salt Lake City, Utah and Steven Kielland, of Centerville, Utah; one granddaughter, Teri Lyn Menna (Jeff) of Austin, Texas; and two great-grandchildren, Kylie K. Menna and Kolby H. Menna, also of Austin, Texas.

A viewing for family and friends will be held on Saturday, November 23, 2013 from 10:00-10:45 a.m., followed by funeral services at 11:00 a.m., in the Olympus Stake Center, 2675 East 4430 South, Holladay.
Interment will be in the Bountiful Memorial Park, 2224 South 200 West, Bountiful, Utah.
Published in the Salt Lake Tribune on November 21, 2013.
Obituary Alfred Kielland
Obituary Alfred Kielland
Alfred Kielland 1906-1995

The Billings Gazette 14. Mai 1995
Obituary Alfred Richard “Bud” Kielland
Obituary Alfred Richard “Bud” Kielland
Alfred Richard "Bud" Kielland was born on June 5, 1935 in Everett, Washington and passed away on July 26, 2015 in Everett, Washington.

Born in 1935, Bud graduated in 1954 from Renton High School. His passion was racing cars. He started the business "Speed Equipment Wholesalers" in Renton, Washington. He later named it, "Warehouse West." In 1966, he in a partnership with others, won the National Hotrod Association's Best Engineered Car of the year, with the twin engine dragster "Sweet Sixteen."

He later sold the business then developed some Real Estate and started building custom homes until 1995 when he retired.

He is survived by his son; James Kielland, daughters: Kolleen (Robert) Cole, Rio Rancho, NM., Linda Kielland of Lake Stevens, Washington and Laura Kielland. Also survived by sister; Lita Bond of Auburn, Washington. and 2 grandchildren: Kelia Critchfield and Michael Fowler.

A "Celebration of Life" will be held at a later date.
Obituary Edith Phillips Kielland
Obituary Edith Phillips Kielland
Edith Phillips Kielland, 85, 1138 Colorado St., died Sept. 19, 1975, at home of causes incident to age. Born April 1, 1890, Bradford, England, to Alfred and Eliza Moore Phillips. Married to Iver H. Kielland, Dec. 27, 1923, Farmington. Member, LDS Church, Rose Park 5th Ward. Survivors: husband; son, Sydney A., Salt Lake City; two grandchildren; one great-grandchild.

Funeral, Monday, 2 p.m., at 260 E. South Temple, where friends call Sunday 6-8 p.m. and Monday one hour before services. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery.
Obituary Evelyn Winnifred Friele
Obituary Evelyn Winnifred Friele
Evelyn Winnifred Friele, nee Mouat 1937-1986

Times Colonist 20. August 1986
Obituary for Harald “BUD” Friele
Obituary for Harald “BUD” Friele
Harald Berle “Bud” Friele passed away on November 21st, 2018 in the comfort of his own home on Salt Spring Island. Bud was born October 9, 1921 in Oslo, Norway, the eldest son of Haakon and Aslaug Friele, and brother to Ted and Rolf.

He took great pride in his heritage, and always flew a Norwegian flag along with his Canadian flag.

Bud lived his life with a strong sense of family, adventure, humour, creativity, and curiosity. Although he always kept Norway near and dear to his heart, Bud spent most of his younger years residing in the Seattle area.

He proudly served in the US Navy during WWII as Captain of the USS Vent, patrolling the Asiatic-Pacific Theater.

Bud was well known in the salmon industry, having fished and operated canneries in Alaska for many years. He later became President and General Manager of the Nakat Packing Corporation for A&P before retiring to Salt Spring Island. The sea was always a priority in Bud’s life. From his extensive career in the Alaskan salmon industry to spending time on his boat, “The Royal Viking,” Bud was happiest when out on the water. He could often be found prawning in the local waters, eating raw oysters off the beach, and making his specialty, Gravlax.

Bud was also an avid skier, hiker, photographer, and gardener who recently returned home from the Fall Fair with a first place trophy for his grapes. He enjoyed spending time in his workshop, engineering new and ingenious ways to build or repair almost anything, and was known to be the best knife sharpener around.

His most recent pastime found him creating perfectly balanced driftwood mobiles which he would give to grateful friends and family.
Bud was deeply loved and cherished by his three devoted wives, Katherine Brazeau, Evelyn Mouat, and Patricia Dougan, all of whom predeceased him. He leaves behind his five daughters and two step daughters: Kathy Fontenot (Don), Barb Lorenson (Stan), Christy Lein (Gary), Shelley Maxwell (Ron), Kari Holmes (Rob), Aileen Dougan (Craig), and Leanne Stegall (Bill). He was also the treasured “Bestefar” to eleven grandchildren and “Oldefar” to eight great grandchildren. Additionally left behind are Bud’s younger brother Ted Friele (Patty), Bev Brazeau, and the Pringle and Mouat families.

Bud’s longevity was due in part to his long time friend, David Davies, and to the wonderful care he received over the years from Dr. Reznick, Dr. Woodley, and the staff at Lady Minto Hospital.

Bud wishes that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Lady Minto Hospital in Ganges.
Obituary Thelma Christine Kielland 1918-2008
Obituary Thelma Christine Kielland 1918-2008
Livingston Enterprise - Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Thelma Christine Kielland passed away on Sunday afternoon, June 29, 2008. She was born the fifth of seven children on November 20, 1918 at Alma Center, Wisconsin, to Norwegian immigrant dairy farmer Thomas Anderson and his first-generation Norwegian wife, Clara Hanson.

In 1937, Thelma married Ludwig Daniels at Black River Falls, Wisconsin and then they moved to Livingston Montana, where he worked as a brakeman/conductor for the Northern Pacific Railroad until his death in 1945.

Being a young mother, she worked many long hours as a waitress at the Park Hotel and later the Murray Hotel to support her three young children.

Thelma remarried twice while in Livingston, first to Max Carlson, who died of a stroke, and then to Robert Hansen, who died in an Automobile accident.

After moving to Billings to attend Billings Business college, she met a friend of years past, Alfred Kielland, whom she married in 1974. They shared many happy years together until his passing in 1995.

Upon graduation from business college, she worked at Saint Vincent Hospital in the insurance office until she retired. After retirement, she did volunteer work in the Billings Deaconess gift shop for many years. She was a member of the Billings Business Professional Women and the Deaconess Auxiliary.

She was an active member of American Lutheran Church in Livingston and in Billings. She was involved in Ladies Aide, the Sewing Circle and she also taught Sunday school. She volunteered where ever needed whether it be with newsletters, church dinners, helping organize church events or serving as an officer in many capacities, whether at the local or circuit level.

She was an expert at crossword puzzles and an avid reader of great books, loved to travel and enjoyed sending and receiving e-mails. She enjoyed cooking and entertaining and was noted for her angel pie, lefse and the baking of all sorts of Norwegian Christmas Goodies. This Scandinavian art she learned from her mother, and she passed these talents on to her children.

Thelma was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas Anderson and Clara (Hanson) Anderson; her brothers, Elmer, Norman, Ivan and Morris Anderson; sister Celia; stepson Raymond Carlson and husbands, Ludwig Daniels, Max Carlson, Robert Hansen and Alfred Kielland.

She is survived by her youngest brother, Melvin Anderson of Eau Claire, Wisconsin; her three children; one stepdaughter; 10 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 2nd at the American Lutheran Church in Billings. Cremation has taken place and her ashes will be interred in Mountain View Cemetery in Livingston.

Smith Downtown Chapel of Billings is assisting with arrangements. Memorials may be given to Christikon Lutheran Bible Camp of the charity of your choice.
PITCAIRN, Magaret C. (Seaver)
PITCAIRN, Magaret C. (Seaver)
Margaret C. (Seaver) Pitcairn, 77, of Dartmouth, MA, died Wednesday (Feb. 24, 1999). She was the wife of the late William deGau Pitcairn.

Her memorial service will be held in Grace Episcopal Church, 422 County St., New Bedford, MA, Sat., Feb. 27, 1999 at 1:30 p.m. There are no calling hours. Burial is private. A reception will follow the service for relatives and friends at Grace Church Hall, 422 County St., the corner of School St., New Bedford, MA. Arrangements by the Wilson Chapel, County + Felm St., New Bedford, MA.
S.M.Kielland, Former Norse Agent, Is Dead.
S.M.Kielland, Former Norse Agent, Is Dead.
Engineer, One-Time Vice Consul, Prominent in Buffalo Affairs.

Buffalo, Feb. 16 (Associated Press) Soren Munch Kielland, former vice-consul for Norway here and a prominent figure in the city's development during the last 40 years, is dead at his home today.

Mr. Kielland, who was 81 years old, died late yesterday after a heart attack. He was listed In the directory merely as Soren M. Kielland but his full name was Soren Theador Munch Bull Kielland, Knight of St. Olaf, a Norwegian order, and friend of the king of Norway.

He had been an American citizen for 47 years. Five years ago on a trip to his native land he was granted an audience with King Haakon VII who had knighted him 15 years ago for services to Norway.

He was a member of the Engineering Society of America, the Norwegian Technical Society and honorary president of the Norwegian Society of America.

The body will lie In state in the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer from 11 to 1 o'clock Monday, when funeral services will be read. Final rites and burial will he In New Bedford. Mass.

Mr. Kielland was born In Stavanger, Norway, in 1854, of aristocratic parents. After a few years at sea he was graduated with honors from the college of engineering at Goteborg. Sweden.

He constructed railways In Scandinavia, Central Europe and South Africa.

Coming here, he married Anna Harris and entered the service of tbe Lehigh Valley railroad, in whose employ he remained until his retirement three years ago. He was made vice consul in 1915 and held the office until a short time before his death.

Four children survive: Mrs. Donald Hagan of Buffalo; Mrs. Edwin Seaver of New Bedford, Massachusetts; Mrs. Robert Bruerkner of Natal, South Africa; and Rolf Kielland of Upper Montclair, New Jersey. A younger son, Lieut. Casper Kielland, was killed during the World War while serving with the American air force overseas.

Kilde: Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York
USA, evangelisk-lutherska kyrkan i USA, register, 1781-1969 för Ingolf Kielland, Congregational Records, Washington, Seattle, Immanuel Lutheran.
USA, evangelisk-lutherska kyrkan i USA, register, 1781-1969 för Ingolf Kielland, Congregational Records, Washington, Seattle, Immanuel Lutheran.
Ingolf Kielland døde i Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, United States den 19. Desember 1940.

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