Hazen Cronk

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CRONK: Ira Hazen

April 4, 1923 – September 27, 2019
 
Ira Hazen Cronk passed peacefully in his sleep on Friday, September 27. 2019 at City View Retirement Home in Ottawa, where he has resided for the past 3 years.  He was predeceased by his wife Lois, his two sons, Gordon and David as well as 6 siblings.  He is survived by his children, DeRutha (Ron Dupuis), Linda (Ken Roth), Elizabeth (Hans Leppik) and Joseph, as well as 16 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Hazen was born to Joseph and Annie Cronk in Haldimand County in April of 1923. He went to McGaws Elementary School, Selkirk High School and then turned to farming with his father, with a brief stint fishing on Lake Erie with his brother-in-law Clayton Weaver. In 1947 he married Lois Cook of Brantford Ontario. Together they raised 6 children. Hazen went to Teacher’s College later in life and taught at Wasaga Beach, Selkirk, Hagersville, Dunnville, Pagwa River, and Moose River Crossing before retiring.  The family will honour his life with visitation at the Hyde & Mott Chapel, R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes Ltd., 60 Main Street South Hagersville, on Friday, October 4th from 7 to 9.  Funeral service will be held at The Dwelling Place, Springvale Be In Christ Church, 2602 Haldimand Road 55, Hagersville, (Springvale), on Saturday, October 5th, at 11:00 am.  A light luncheon will be served after the funeral. Interment will take place after the luncheon at Bethel Cemetery, Rainham. www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Wendy Tomlinson on
The children of the late Bruce and Joan Tomlinson send their prayers. Hazen has gone Home to His mansion. A great life lived. Well done Gods precious son.
Posted by Cynthia Reichert on
I had Mr Cronk for my teacher at Senior Public School in Dunnville 1972. I have always wondered how he was doing. He was a caring wonderful teacher. One of my favorite teachers.
Posted by SuzAnn Hardwick(Biggar) on
I am saddened to read of Uncle Hazen's passing. I remember how cool I thought it was that he taught "way up north" and I had several pen pal's growing up because of Aunt Lois and Uncle Hazen.

My condolences to all of you.
Posted by Lisa Marshall on
So sorry to hear of Uncle Hazen’s passing. The last of the Cronk siblings .
I loved listening to his stories at the family reunions. He had many..
You’re all in my thoughts and prayers .
Lisa ( Floyd’s daughter)
Posted by Teresa Helka on
Sincere sympathies from the Helka family... we reminisced on profound memories after hearing of his passing. Deepest condolences to all of you.
Posted by Jeannette Ingham-Godsoe (nee deBorde) on
I just read in the paper the Obituary of your father. I always remember him joking with me about swimming in the Grand River. It was a standing kind of joke every time Liz had me stay at their home. Your parents were a great couple and l so enjoyed the peace and comfort l felt there. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. Take care. Jeannette Ingham-Godsoe (nee deBorde)
Posted by Shelley Otterman on
I apologize for not being able to show my last respects to Uncle Hazen. I found out after the service. My deepest sympathy to DeRutha. Linda, Elizabeth, Joe, spouses and families. Uncle Hazen was an awesome man....2 peas in a pod with my Grandma. He has been reunited with Aunt Lois, Gord and Dave. Aunt Lois no doubt had baked something special for her soulmates arrival. Heaven is a special place and our loved ones are in safe keeping with Jesus.
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