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Kronenberger and Sons Restoration , Inc.


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Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce - Larry McHughs Column

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I am afraid I must once again close this week's column on a sad note after the recent passing of Thomas Kronenberger Sr. at the age of 89.
Tom was a fine man who served our country with honor in the U.S. Navy during World War II. As we do with the entire Greatest Generation, we appreciate Tom's service and defense of our freedom. Tom was an outstanding businessman who enjoyed success in a number of different ventures throughout his career. He did a terrific job overseeing the building and restoration of Johnsonville Village in Moodus where he worked for 23 years. Tom recently served as a consultant to Kronenberger & Sons Restoration in Middletown which is a strong and active member of our chamber. Tom was a man of faith who had many interests and enjoyed many hobbies. However, above all else, Tom Kronenberger was a family man who was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and most recently, a great grandfather. Thomas Kronenberger Sr. led a life well lived, and he will be missed by many.


www.middletownpress.com

I am afraid I must once again close this weeks column on a sad note after the recent passing of Thomas Kronenberger Sr. at the age of 89.
Tom was a fine man who served our country with honor in the U.S. Navy during World War II. As we do with the entire Greatest Generation, we appreciate Toms service and defense of our freedom. Tom was an outstanding businessman who enjoyed success in a number of different ventures throughout his career. He did a terrific job overseeing the building and restoration of Johnsonville Village in Moodus where he worked for 23 years. Tom recently served as a consultant to Kronenberger & Sons Restoration in Middletown which is a strong and active member of our chamber. Tom was a man of faith who had many interests and enjoyed many hobbies. However, above all else, Tom Kronenberger was a family man who was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and most recently, a great grandfather. Thomas Kronenberger Sr. led a life well lived, and he will be missed by many.


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Contact: Thomas J. Kronenberger


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Tom Kronenberger
80 East Main Street Middletown, CT 06457 1-860-347-4600


www.middletownpress.com

Tom Kronenberger, vice president of Middletown based Kronenberger & Sons Restoration, worked through the rain with his team on creating an eight to nine-foot pottery shed, complete with corner bracelets, flower cutout designs on the exterior and a Victorian-style look.
They won last year's competition and again appeared to be the favorites as they approached a 4 p.m. deadline of completing the task. "We're used to deadlines, so we don't worry about it," said Kronenberger. "We know what it is that we have to do and just get it done. It's all about going out there and having fun as far as the competition goes." Kronenberger's business has been a staple in the state for more than 60 years. Since 1985, they've remained very active in Middlesex County through various restoration projects around the region, he said.


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