HENRY KRONBERG Henry Kronberg, age 101, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 26 surrounded by family. Henry, a holocaust survivor, moved to Las Vegas from New Jersey in 1962 with his wife Lillian, who predeceased him, and daughter Jeanie, to start the next chapter of a very eventful life. The family moved after discovering that his sister Lala, who he lost contact with for 20 years as a result of the war, had also survived and was living in Las Vegas. He became known to many as the owner of Stoney's Jewelry and Loan for 30 years. Henry was also known for his generosity and devotion to Jewish causes and organizations, and to the many friends that he made over his 59 years as a Las Vegan. He is survived by his daughter Jeanie Freeman (Ken), grandsons Nicholas (Monica) and Eric (Caitlin), and his great grandchildren Penelope and Adam. We are especially grateful to his loyal and loving partner of the last 10 years, Edye Goldberg and her family. Donations may be made to the Henry & Lillian Kronberg Holocaust Studies Program at UNLV. Services will be held at Temple Beth Sholom at noon on Thursday, July 29, 2021 for vaccinated friends and family. Masks will be required.
Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jul. 28, 2021.