Kenneth T. Krom III, 19, of Ashley Falls

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By Thursday, Apr 13 Obituaries

Kenneth “Kenny” Tier Krom III of 339 Polikoff Road, Ashley Falls, Massachusetts, died Wednesday, April 12, at Bay State Medical Center in Springfield, surrounded by his loving family.

Kenneth T. Krom III

Kenneth T. Krom III

He was born in Great Barrington on November 7, 1997, the son of Kenneth T. Krom Jr. and Susan Olin Krom. He was a 2016 graduate of Mount Everett Regional High School. He was scheduled to enter the nursing program at A.I.C. this fall of 2017. He worked as a cashier at the X-Mart, Canaan, Connecticut. Kenny was a beloved son, brother, relative and friend. He was a very charismatic soul, always putting smiles on faces. He also was a loyal and caring friend, putting others before himself; he had a huge heart. He loved being outdoors, animals and basketball. His final caring and loving gift was that of an organ donation.

Besides his parents, Kenny leaves his brother, Jacob; his two sisters, Kayla and Kelly; his grandparents Dave and Linda Olin and Dennis and Juanita Koonitsky, and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by his grandfather Kenneth T. Krom Sr.

A Celebration of Life Service for Kenneth “Kenny” T. Krom III, who died Wednesday, April 12, will be held on Saturday April 15, at noon, at the Greenwoods Community Church, 355 Clayton Rd., Ashley Falls. Family will receive friends from 11 a.m. until noon at the Greenwoods Community Church. Birches-Roy Funeral Home, 33 South St., Great Barrington, is entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be made through birchesroyfuneralservices.com.


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