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Carl Bertil Kron

Posted 2006-04-06 by Max Pitzer
December 31, 2003

Carl Bertil Kron

Carl Bertil Kron, 62, passed away on December 27, 2003 at Yuma Regional
Medical Center. He was born April 14, 1941 in Boston, Massachusetts. He grew up in Boston, Massachusetts, Proctor, Vermont and West Haven, Connecticut.

Graduating from West Haven High School in 1959. He joined the U.S. Navy and served for four years as a medic and dental technician. Mr. Kron enjoyed a long career in automobile and recreation vehicle sales in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah. He traveled extensively with his first wife Vicky Roberts Kron Thomsen and sons. He also lived in
Connecticut, Massachusetts and Australia. Mr. Kron especially loved the American Southwest and Mexico.

Carl is survived by his wife Jennifer Kron; sons, Eric (Tracy) Marshall
Kron and Jason Robert Kron all from Orlando, Florida; brother, Gerald Thomas Kron of West Haven, Connecticut; sister, Mrs. Deborah (Gregg) Marie Kron Cocco and Mrs. Susan (Thomas) Joycelyn Kron Stegman all of Madison, Connecticut; nephews, Timothy Kron of Phoenix, Arizona, Mark Kron of Cheshire, Connecticut, Colin Stegman and Casey Stegman both of Madison, Connecticut, Tobin Stegman of Burlington, Vermont; niece, Linnea Kron of West Haven, Connecticut. He was preceded in death by his parents Rev. Hilding Immanuel Kron born in Dayton, Iowa on June 9, 1912 and Anna Linnea Olson Kron born in Austin, Texas on May 3, 1915.

The family plans a Gathering of Remembrance in Connecticut in the

Memorial correspondence and/or donations instead of flowers may be
directed to the attention of the family of Carl Kron at Kammann Mortuary and Crematory, 795

West 28th Street, Yuma, AZ 85364.

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