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  • "Miss ya Scott"
    - Molly Henderson
  • "I meet Scott through his daughter Payton and her mother..."
    - Carol
  • "You were a good friend you will be missed. Uncle Tim"
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WILLIAM SCOTT KRONER 1981- 2016 Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home William Scott Kroner passed away suddenly on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at the age of 35. Scott was born on August 25, 1981 at St Anthony's Hospital, Denver, Colorado. Growing up in Aurora, Colorado, Scott participated in archery, wrestling, karate, baseball, but excelled at swimming. Scott had a great mind, displaying it in all endeavors that caught his attention. Researching and eventually mastering things like fishing, handling horses at a local stable, which included guiding a team of drought horses pulling a wagon in a Christmas Parade. One of the last self-taught skills was the art of tattoo. Scott moved to the Tri-Cities in 1996 with his family. Scott loved his low-rider and motorcycle. He was most proud of his achievements building "BOOM BOXES" for friends in the Tri-Cities. His first box won a 2nd Place Street "B" trophy at a dB Drag in Yakima. There was always the sawdust in the garage when a box build was happening. Scott was a friend to just about everyone he met, and would give the shirt off his back if you needed it. Scott had a compassionate heart that was most evident when he worked as a nursing assistant. He also had the knack of connecting with children with disadvantages. Scott was preceded in death by son Mario Reese Kroner, both sets of grandparents, Uncles William K. Kroner and Gary O'Hotto. He is survived by the pride of his life, his five daughters. Karalina Van Hollebeke, West Richland, Kayleigh J. Kroner, Kadence E. Kroner of Muskogee, OK., Peyton Kroner of Kennewick, and Jocelynn M. Edwards of Richland; parents Tony and Linda Kroner, Kennewick; sister Jennifer O. Utter, Kennewick; nephews Jayden Kroner and Micha Utter of Kennewick, and Rylan Welch of Newport, WA; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. There is a Memorial for Scott, Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 4:00pm at the Guardian Angel Homes, 245 Van Giesen, Richland, WA, in the Community Center. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to the William "Scott" Kroner GOFUNDME page set up to offset the cost of funeral and travel expenses. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral homes.com.
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Oct. 23, 2016