John Raymond Cronkhite  September 21 1954  June 29 2019

John Raymond Cronkhite September 21 1954 June 29 2019

September 21 1954 June 29 2019
John Raymond Cronkhite, age 64 of Newport, KY, passed away on June 29, 2019 at Mercy West Hospital. John was born on September 21, 1954 in Hamilton, Ohio. He was a 1972 graduate of Lawrenceburg High School. He served in the US Army before attending Marion College, Indianapolis, IN. Later he earned his BS degree from the University of Cincinnati. John was employed by Intelligrated (Mason, OH) as a recruiter. John was very intelligent with a great sense of humor. He loved music, and sports, but his favorite pastime was going to the beach. Those left to cherish John’s memory are his two children: Jonathan “Buddy” (Carrie) Cronkhite, of Texas and Katy Cronkhite of California; wonderful grandchildren: Dade and Cora Cronkhite; Sister: Cecilia “Sis” (Art) Hoffman of Colorado; and also his ex-wife and friend: Carol (Niesen) Cronkhite of Bright, IN. John was preceded in death by his parents: Faith (nee Stewart) Lane, and Norman Cronkhite. A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday July 20th at St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, 23345 Gavin Lane Bright, IN 47025 at 11:00, followed by a luncheon / reception at the Parish Community Center from noon to 3:00. In Lieu of flowers memorials to the National Kidney Foundation (615 Elsinore Place Cincinnati, OH 45202) To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of John Raymond Cronkhite please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of John Raymond Cronkhite September 21 1954 June 29 2019.

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  1. I was shocked to hear of your Dad’s passing. We were friends from riding the bus everyday to work downtown Cincinnati, we go way back. I lost track of him, saw him a few times but didn’t keep up and am so mad at myself. I am so sorry I wasn’t in touch with him more. We had some good times. I know he enjoyed his grandkids and traveling to the beach. I will miss him and am so sad.
    Gail Otto

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