Agatha Louise “Trowbridge” Uhlrich, Leavenworth, Kansas, died January 10, 2013 at home.
Agatha Louise "Trowbridge" Uhlrich, Leavenworth, Kansas, died January 10, 2013 at home. She was 83.
Agatha was born and raised in Grove, Kansas on September 17, 1929. She was the daughter of Lowell and Gladys Trowbridge.
She married John F. Ulrich on June 21, 1947; after their daughter was about 3 years old they moved to Leavenworth Kansas.
She was preceded in death by John in 1999, and also preceded in death by her mother (Gladys Trowbridge) in May 1991 and father (Lowell Trowbridge) in February 1983, and a brother William Trowbridge in 1996.
Agatha was a great home-maker and enjoyed taking care of her family and home, planting flower in her garden and also enjoyed painting, singing, and crocheting blankets, doll clothes, sewing and making her own patterns in different type of doilies and afghan. She has a love of collecting porcelain dolls.
Survivors include one daughter Linda Terrell and husband Bill Terrell of Virginia and one son Allen Uhlrich and wife Deanna Uhlrich of Leavenworth, Kansas. Four grandchildren, Ginger Godfrey of Leavenworth, Kansas, John Godfrey and his wife Raya Godfrey of Virginia, Rhys and Holland Uhlrich of Leavenworth Kansas. Two sister, Gladys Murdock of Leavenworth, Kansas and Marie Bocchino and husband Mike Bocchino of Arkansas. There are also many Nieces and Nephews from all over the United States.
There will be a pot luck lunch at Rock of Ages Chapel, 1017 Randolph will follow after the burial at Sunset Memory Gardens.