Duchess Ameli of Oldenburg née Princess zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg died on Saturday 26.03. at the age of 93.
Mourning for the death of Duchess Ameli of Oldenburg: Although she lived at Güldenstein Castle in Schleswig-Holstein Lensahn and recently was no longer in the northwest Regon to host, many remember her for her charitable activities. Especially as chairman of the Association of Elizabeth Children's Hospital was her care for the welfare of sick boys and girls there. Often the Duchess renounced at celebrations on presents for the benefit of the hospital. Daughter she is also as hostess in Rasteder Castle during major equestrian events.Duchess Ameli of Oldenburg, a born Princess of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg, died at the age of 93 years on Saturday, March 26th, in Eutin. With son Christian Duke of Oldenburg daughter Caroline Duchess of Oldenburg and daughter mourn Dr. Helene Duchess of Oldenburg and grandchildren and siblings.Duke Anton-Günther of Oldenburg, with whom she was married 63 years, had died in September 2014 aged 91 years. In August 2011 they had celebrated diamond wedding and received a Rasteder delegation. Long back for he Duke the renovation of the neoclassical Mausoeleum of the Family on the Gertrudenfriedhof on Oldenberg where he was also buried was a concern. Duchess Ameli will also be laid to rest on this side. The funeral will take place in pirvatge at the request of members of the close family and friends