Joyce A. Kronberg
November 24, 1932 – June 15, 2018
Age 85 years. Resident of Immanuel Lakeside Village Independent Living in Omaha, NE. She was preceded in death by her husband, Wendell in 2013; son, Hal in 1980; and brother, Wes Turtscher in 2014. She is survived by son, Dr. Kent Kronberg (Kim); daughter, Jann Glesmann (Richard); five grandchildren: Jennifer Haire (Chris), Erin Wever (Derek), Brian Kronberg (Stephanie), Ashley Wagner (Nathan), and Jordan Glesmann; five great-grandchildren: Ella Wever, Caden and Brianna Haire, Anna and Elijah Wagner; many nieces, nephews, and friends.
SERVICES: Saturday, June 23rd at 10am at Messiah Lutheran Church, 5015 So. 80th St. in Ralston. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Lakeside Village Scholarship Fund; Visiting Nurse Association (VNA); or Messiah Lutheran Church.
Thinking of all of you. Hope this can be a time of fond memories to your Mom. Praying for peace for the family.
Thinking of you all. Remembering the good times. We have very good memories of Joyce & Wendall.
Have so many pictures of our parents together having so much fun and just enjoying life! Your mom was strong ! This is Terry’s sister.
Have so many pictures of your mom and dad and del and Phyllis and my parents having so much fun and just enjoying life.
So sorry to hear of the passing of Joyce. She was a wonderful woman and I know see will be missed by all the family. Our thoughts are with you.
Dr. Kent, you were my pediatrician for my daughter. Also I was close friends with Hal. So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. She is with your father and Hal now and is at peace. It is never easy losing a parent. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time. Paul, Jane, Samantha Merimee
Jan, I so appreciate how wonderful your mother was to mine during her stay at Lakeside. She was a wonderful person and you were so lucky to have her.
Thinking of the family and remembering Joyce. She was always fun and upbeat to be around. Enjoyed some lunches with “cousins” including Joyce before her cancer diagnosis. John 14:27
So sad to hear of Joyce’s passing. She was always so kind to me. What a beautiful and kind woman. My heart goes out to all who loved her. May your wonderful memories provide comfort in your time of sadness.