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John "Johnny" Nicholas Kronyak, III

Date of Death: July 15, 2017
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John Nicholas Kronyak, III, age 60, of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, passed away on Saturday, July 15, 2017, in Winchester Medical Center. A Memorial will take place at a date yet to be determined. Mr. Kronyak was born in 1956 in Passaic, NJ, to John N. and Elviria P. Kronyak. He has been married to …
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RANDY GARDNER left a message on July 27, 2017:
The truth is that we drift from some of our best pals as life moves us forward with changes. I had the pleasure and honor to call John a teammate for years. A better and more dedicated worker you be hard pressed to find. After he left RCD where we worked together on some historical projects together, we rarely saw one another although John made it quite clear to me, "Stop in anytime". I did one day with a nephew and we both still remember that visit. What a soul and character, untouchable and who could match up to it? I followed John through Facebook as we all do these days and understood that there was so much more to the exterior of the man. His love of nature and animals was commendable to be humble. I did see where he wasn't feeling the greatest and I wrote a note and posted on our kitchen cabinet. It said.."Go visit John Kronyak". The day of his passing, I turned and looked at that note and cried. I said.."You big dummy" and thought about John. I don't know why but my guilt lifted as I could imagine him saying to me.."AH-HA" in some funny way. I will miss his persona, wit and his quite intelligent jokes and stories. He will always be in our brotherhood at RCD. Rest in Peace John, Your friend always, Rg
Linda Carroll left a message on July 18, 2017:
I remember John mostly from grade school, first at St. Joe's and then at Lincoln, although we did graduate in the same high school class. He loved science from his earliest days. I remember him showing the other boys how the eyes of the frogs we were dissecting would bounce like a ball as they threw them out the window where most of us girls were standing. John and I messaged a few times in recent years over Facebook and he attended the high school reunion a few years ago. So glad he did. He will be missed. I offer my deepest sympathy to his wife, his parents, and his siblings. Linda Carroll
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