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July 22, 2018

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April 10, 2016
Stuart, your Mother was a warm and memorable soul. My heart goes out to you.
April 10, 2016
Her life is instructive on many levels. The world lost a lovely soul.
April 9, 2016
April 9, 2016
Connie...it's not even two months since the passing of my beloved mother-in-law, Shirley Krone and now your own death this week has left a larger void in the world that desperately needs your love, enthusiasm and boundless compassion for your family, friends and the world. The Frank Krone Jr. family would like to convey our sympathy to Connie's family in their time of sorrow.

When my husband and I moved some time ago to Idaho to help his ailing mother who was having a difficult time after the death of her husband, Frank Senior, Connie was already there as part of Shirley's support system. Every Sunday they shared a pew at the Cathedral of the Rockies; and afterwards, the many culinary treats as they ordered brunch at the Cottonwood Grill or the 13th Street Pub and Grill in Hyde Park.

When Shirley unfortunately broke her hip last fall and briefly returned home in between her numerous trips to St. Luke and her assisted living centers; Connie was always present to give encouragement and advice.

As a fellow Metropolitan Opera patron, I was planning to give Connie tickets to the Met in HD cinema broadcasts this Spring, as she so enjoyed the performers,stagecraft and behind-the-scenes commentaries. I will really miss you, Connie. I am glad that I got to know you, as you made my world and Shirley's life in the Boise Highlands a little bit brighter with your presence. Requiescat in pace!