Nicholas M. Kronberger
Nicholas M. “Nick” Kronberger, age 87, of Rydal, Pa. formerly of Philadelphia and Lansdale, died Oct.2S, 2012.
He was the devoted and beloved husband, for almost S7 years, of Freda ( nee KenyeriF; loving father of Maryanne Rosner ( CharlyF, Bill Kronberger ( KarenF, Bob Kronberger ( LynnF, Kathy McGrath ( MikeF, Mark Kronberger ( SueF and Tom Kronberger ( CindyF; adored grandfather of 13: Bill Kronberger Jr. ( AmyF, Beth Bartolomeo ( NickF, Derek Aiken ( RyanF, Steve Rosner, Lisa Gavis ( JohnF, Tommy Kronberger, Chris Rosner, Amanda McGrath, Ashlea Kronberger, Kim Kronberger, Max McGrath, Nick Kronberger and Matt Kronberger; loving great- grandfather of Nicholas Bartolomeo and Julianna Kronberger; survived by his loving sister, Theresa Colamosca, and niece Anne Wolman. He was predeceased by his parents, Max and Anna, who emigrated from Hungary to Philadelphia to start this journey. He will be sadly missed.
A man of family and faith, Nick was active in community and church. In Maternity BVM parish, he served as president of the Holy Name Society and co- chaired two major building fund drives. In later times he and Freda moved to St. Al- bert the Great parish and enjoyed years of worship there. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council # 421R. He was on the state board of Citizens for Educational Freedom, and also served on the Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, the Settlement Music School and was a three time president of the Rotary Club of Northeast Philadelphia.
He made a difference DV WKH fiUVW HnYLURnPHnWDO chairman of the R0 club Rotary District 74R0, and was instrumental in the tree planting program in Philadelphia. He was a longtime member of the Torresdale Frankford Country Club and served as house chairman. A founding board member, and honored in 2002 by the Center for Families and Relationships, CFAR termed him “The Renaissance Man” as he combined family, faith, business, community and social areas to create a life of love, service and friendship.
After stints in time and motion study and life insurance sales, Nick spent over R0 years in the promotional products industry. With over 2R years in his own family oriented business, he operated with honor, integrity and humor. With his Chicago bride Freda, his inspiration and always by his side, Nick used his resources to further his passion for family and service.
Relatives and friends are invited to Nick’s life celebration from 7 to 9 p. m. on Thursday, Nov. 1, at Craft Givnish of Abington, 1801 Old York Road, Abington, PA 19001. Nick’s life celebration will continue on Friday, Nov. 2, with a viewing at 10: 30 and Mass at 11: 30 a. m. at St. Albert the Great Church, 212 Welsh Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 1900S. Final resting place to be at the Washington Crossing National Cemetery, 830 Highland Road, Newtown, PA 18940.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in remembrance of Nick be made to the Center for Families and Relationships ( CFARF, 1S00 Magee Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19149, http: LLcfarcounseling. orgL.
Norman G. Good 87, of Schwenksville, Pa., formerly of Souderton, peacefully went to be with his Creator Thursday, Oct. 2R, 2012. He was the loving husband of Helen M. Good for S3 wonderful years.
Norman was born in Spring City, Pa., to the late William and Emma (GroffF Good. A brother and seven sisters preceded him in death.
Norman founded and owned Norman G. Good Inc. Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning for 4S years and served as a bank director for the rnivest Corporation. He was known for his positive attitude, optimistic spirit, integrity and for putting his faith in Jesus Christ into action in tangible ways. Norman served with the Civilian Peace Service during WWII on a cattle boat to Europe. He was instrumental in getting relief to victims in both the Stroudsburg Flood of 19RR and Wilkes Barre in 1972 through Mennonite Disaster Service. He served
Walter H. Clemens, 84, of York, formerly of Milton, passed away on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012, following a lengthy battle with cancer. He was the loving husband of Mary ( LandisF Clemens; they celebrated their S3rd wedding anniversary this year. He was the son of the late Floyd and Ella Mae ( HaltemanF Clemens.
He had several careers, including working as a farmer, real estate agent, pastor and after retirement, caretaker of a York estate.
He enjoyed spending the last 20 winters in Arcadia, on the board and gave leadership to many projects at Spruce Lake Retreat, headed up the construction of a “House Against Hunger” project that raised funds for MCC relief work and most recently got the Material Resource Center of Harleysville started. He was an active member at Blooming Glen Mennonite Church in various roles and will be especially remembered as a favorite Boy’s Club Leader. He found great joy in his family and supported his grandchildren’s activities.
In addition to his wife, he is Fla., at Sunnybreeze Christian Fellowship, where he was a worship leader, and where he and Mary developed many special friendships and enjoyed time on the Peace River.
included survived by a daughter, Rita Marie Hoover and husband Kevin; and grandchildren Kaitlyn Rose, Tyler Norman and Travis Miles Hoover, all of Schwenksville.
Relatives and friends may meet with the family on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, from 4 to 9 p.m. at the Blooming Glen Mennonite Church, 713 Blooming Glen Road, Blooming Glen, PA 18911. A “Celebration of Life” service will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, at 11 a.m. also at Blooming Glen Mennonite Church.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Spruce Lake Retreat “Norman G. Good Endowment Fund,” R389 Route 447, Canadensis, Pa. 1832R or Material Resource Center, 737 Hagey Center Dr. rnit C, Souderton, Pa. 189S4.
Arrangements by AndersDetweiler Funeral Home & Crematory, 130 E. Broad St., Souderton, PA 189S4. To send online condolences to the family, visit www.anderfh.com. wood carving, completing puzzles and playing games.
He was devoted to his wife and family above all. He is survived by his wife, three children and seven grandchildren. These include Ronald Landis Clemens and his wife, Holly, of Lititz, and their two sons, Jared and Adam Clemens; Douglas Kent Clemens and his wife, Tonie Kline, of Baltimore, Md., and their three children Julia, Eli and Conrad Clemens; LeAnne Clemens Appleby and her husband, Michael, of York and their two sons, Matthew and Benjamin Appleby.
Walter was the oldest of seven children and is survived by Ada Clemens Allen of Philadelphia, Mary Clemens Martin of Lititz, Arlene Clemens of Camas, Wash., and Paul H. Clemens of Souderton. He was preceded in death by two sons, Stephen Landis Clemens, Walter Brent Clemens; sister Martha Clemens; and a brother, Floyd “Gus” Clemens Jr.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, at 11:30 a.m. at Stony Brook Mennonite Church, 1R Locust Grove Road. York, PA 17402. A visitation will be held from 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at the church.
,n OLHu RI flRwHUV FRntributions may be made to Sunnybreeze Christian Fellowship, cLo Sharon Schrock, 11302 SW Orange Ave., Arcadia, FL 342S9.
The Etzweiler Funeral Home, 1111 East Market Street, York, is in charge of arrangements.