In Memory

Phyllis Kronick (Joseph)

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01/05/23 09:41 PM #1    

Donald Larson

I saw her at Bowen but not sure we had any classes together.

Her Bowern Yearbook for 1968 displays her photo on page 92.

Rest in Peace, Phyllis.

01/06/23 03:54 PM #2    

Howard Addison

I was saddened to learn today of Phyllis' passing. Having followed the link to her obituary I was surprised by how wonderfully unsurprising that short account of her life was. It became clear Phyllis had become the woman those who knew her then always thought she would be.

To have shared classes with her was to know she was bright, thoughtful, and intellectually curious. To have been on the Bowenite staff or in youth movements with her was to recognize her as a respectful yet decisive leader (why am I not shocked that she was a past president, venerated by her synagogue?) To have been a member of overlapping friendship groups with her was to realize what a caring, loyal, and welcoming person she was (amid the sea of cliques that is HS), traits that seem to have shaped her adult life through decades of devoted marriage, raising accomplished children and offering counsel to her many therapy clients.

May her memory always be for blessing.

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