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Jeanne Kronemeyer

Published: Thursday, November 7th, 2013

 

Jeanne Kay Kronemeyer was born in Billings, Mont., on April 13, 1948, to George and Ada Bohl (Ewen). She married Skip Kronemeyer in 1967, and in 45 years of marriage they had four children together: Andrea, Andrew, Nathan, and Peter. She loved being a mother and ushered her children through life, attending every activity and celebrating every achievement. She made sure the family ate a  home-cooked meal every night and was the glue of her family. The constant encourager, she would listen to any problem, large or small, and was a champion for her family.
With a radiant personality, her hospitality and grace extended to friends and acquaintances alike. She always found someone to mentor and befriend and her table was always open for a warm meal and a kind word.
Above all, she had an unshakeable faith in God. She was a teaching leader in Bible Study fellowship for seven years, delivering weekly messages to over 100 women. She led home Bible studies and devoted time daily to studying the Bible. Through triumphs, illnesses and tribulations, her faith only grew stronger.
Jeanne died Oct. 29, 2013, at Rapid City (S.D.) Regional Hospital. She was 65. 
Jeanne was preceded in death by her son, Andrew; her parents, George and Ada Bohl and Victor and Virginia Kronemeyer.
She is survived by her husband, Skip; children, Andrea Canlas, Nathan Kronemeyer and Peter Kronemeyer; grandchildren, Gabby, Fresca and Noah Canlas; and a sister, Joy Howard.
Funeral services were Nov. 2 at Crossroads Church in Custer with Pastor Leigh Warmbrand officiating. Interment followed at Pringle Cemetery in Pringle, S.D.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been set up to benefit Rainbow Bible Ranch and donations may be sent to 234 N. 6th St. Custer, SD 57730.
Written condolences may be made at www.mccolleyschapels.com.

Jeanne Kay Kronemeyer was born in Billings, Mont., on April 13, 1948, to George and Ada Bohl (Ewen). She married Skip Kronemeyer in 1967, and in 45 years of marriage they had four children together: Andrea, Andrew, Nathan, and Peter. She loved being a mother and ushered her children through life, attending every activity and celebrating every achievement. She made sure the family ate a  home-cooked meal every night and was the glue of her family. The constant encourager, she would listen to any problem, large or small, and was a champion for her family.

With a radiant personality, her hospitality and grace extended to friends and acquaintances alike. She always found someone to mentor and befriend and her table was always open for a warm meal and a kind word.

Above all, she had an unshakeable faith in God. She was a teaching leader in Bible Study fellowship for seven years, delivering weekly messages to over 100 women. She led home Bible studies and devoted time daily to studying the Bible. Through triumphs, illnesses and tribulations, her faith only grew stronger.

Jeanne died Oct. 29, 2013, at Rapid City (S.D.) Regional Hospital. She was 65. 

Jeanne was preceded in death by her son, Andrew; her parents, George and Ada Bohl and Victor and Virginia Kronemeyer.

She is survived by her husband, Skip; children, Andrea Canlas, Nathan Kronemeyer and Peter Kronemeyer; grandchildren, Gabby, Fresca and Noah Canlas; and a sister, Joy Howard.

Funeral services were Nov. 2 at Crossroads Church in Custer with Pastor Leigh Warmbrand officiating. Interment followed at Pringle Cemetery in Pringle, S.D.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been set up to benefit Rainbow Bible Ranch and donations may be sent to 234 N. 6th St. Custer, SD 57730.

Written condolences may be made at www.mccolleyschapels.com.

 



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