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Verna L. Krenkler

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Verna L. Krenkler

Verna Krenkler of Lake Havasu City left us on January 23, 2012. She passed away at the home of her son, Dennis Kunster, surrounded by her loving family and close friends. Verna was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and later moved to Philadelphia, PA. She moved to California with her family in 1951. Verna then obtained a job with Metropolitan Stevedore of Wilmington, CA and retired as Human Relations Manager. After her retirement, she worked for American Airlines in the Administrative Offices.
Verna was very active in the Woman's Traffic Association, serving that organization as President for over two terms. She also enjoyed belonging to the Red Hat Society both in Southern California and Lake Havasu City, and loved to play bunco with her many lady friends. Verna was ageless! She was at the heart of her family and their many outings. Whether boating on the lake or traveling in their motor home or on the many other activities, Verna was the bright light that brought happiness and love to everyone. Vivacious with boundless energy, Verna was the spark that set the standard for her family and friends. She loved to party and drink champagne living life to the fullest. She will be missed by everyone who has been touched by her beauty and her endless kindness. May she rest in peace. Verna is predeceased by her second husband, Fred Krenkler. She is survived by her children, Dennis (Sandra) Kunster, Carol (Tom) Fiori, Bill Kunster and June Boise; grandchildren, Krissie (Eric) Hughes, Carrie (Alex) Clinton, Tara Kunster, Peter Quantas, Cynthia (Bill) Kimball, Scott (Janene) Matrisciano and many loving great grandchildren who will miss their loving "Nana" greatly. Memorial services will be at 2pm on February 18, 2012 at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Lake Havasu City. In Lieu of flowers, please make donations to the or City of Hope.
Published in Daily Breeze on Feb. 4, 2012
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