Evelyn L. Kroninger

February 16, 1953 ‒ April 29, 2017

Marengo, Ohio

Evelyn L. Kroninger, age 64 of Marengo died at her daughter’s home in Prospect early Saturday morning, April 29, 2017.

She was born on February 16, 1953 in Galena, Ohio the daughter of the late Kenneth and Ruth (Augenstine) Feasel.

Evelyn was a graduate of Big Walnut High School in the class of 1971.

On April 19, 1997, she married Raymond E. “Butch” Kroninger in Sunbury.  They just celebrated 20 years together as husband and wife.

Evelyn enjoyed doing crafts and used to sell Tupperware and Avon.

She was also a lover of animals, but her grandchildren were her life.

In addition to her husband she will be missed by her son Phillip K. Peters and his wife Carilyn of Murfreesbro, TN; their children Raegan and Samantha; daughter Charlyn Bennett and her husband Rich of Prospect; their children Victorian (Casey) Hilliker, and Shyla and Charles Bennett; and her siblings Joyce Stockwell and her husband Dean of Galena, Janice Grygiel of Sunbury, and Kenneth Feasel Jr. and his wife Linda of Texas.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister Linda (Feasel) Fletcher.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at Noon at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 North State Route 61, Sunbury, Ohio 43074.  Burial will follow in Ashley Union Cemetery.  Friends may call from 10 AM until the time of the service.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Ohio Health Hospice, Marion for taking such special care of Evelyn.

In Lieu of Flowers, memorial contributions can be made to her son, Phillip K. Peters to assist with burial expenses.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve Evelyn’s family.  Special memories and condolences can be expressed to them at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • So sorry to hear of Evelyn passing.. We were high school friends. Stayed in touch thru out the years. Laughing how we rode horses together.. My heart breaks for all her family and friends. God received another precious Angel..

  • Charlyn & Peter – Please accept my deepest sympathy. Evelyn & I knew each other in high school, our kids were in 4H together, & we stayed in touch all thru the years. Your family will be in my prayers.

  • We were best friends in high school…inseparable, Feasel and Davis. Our paths have crossed at several different stages of our lives over the years, but it was always like I had just seen her yesterday, she never changed. She was always caring, smiling, and up for a good time. I’ll miss her. Praying for comfort for the family.

  • So sorry to lose a classmate and friend. Sorry for your loss. Love, prayers, and hugs to all the family left behind.

  • Charlynn and family,
    So sorry for the loss of your mother and grandmother.
    Our deepest sympathies.

  • Our prayers go out to her family and friends, Evelyn was my Sister in Christ, she did little things for me that meant so much. We will miss you, till we meet again.

  • Phil, Charlene, Rich & children,. I am praying for you all during this very hard time. I am so glad to have known Evelyn for a short time here, but in glory there will be no more parting and this is only for a little while. May God grant you peace and mercy. God’s Blessings.

  • I am so sorry for your loss . I never really got to know any of Aunt Ruth’s children and for that I also am also sorry. You all have my prayers… I am Aunt Ruth’s youngest brother Roger’s, oldest daughter .

  • I am sorry learn of your families loss. My Dad was Ruth’s older brother,Lawrence.
    I am sorry I never got to know any of Aunt Ruth’s children or their families.
    Please know that you are all in my thoughts.

  • Phil and Char,so sorry to hear about your mom.I will remember good times with her at the farm.

  • Please accept my deepest condolences. The death of a loved one is the heaviest to bear. Continue to cherish her memory until you are able to see her again under happier conditions. May the words at 1 Thessalonians 4:14 comfort your heart and give you peace of mind during this difficult time.