Bruce Krongard

October 23, 1992 — March 2, 2019

Bruce Krongard

Bruce Richard Krongard (aka B or Bea), Age 26, received his angel wings on March 2, 2019. Bruce enjoyed spending the spring/ summers driving around in his 99’ Camaro and his fathers 70’ Cutlass S. He would drive with no destination in site, just drive to enjoy the sound of the engine and the smell of burning rubber. Bruce enjoyed going to car shows with his family and friends, of which his favorites were Car Craft/ Street Machine Nationals and Wheels and Wings. He enjoyed tinkering in the garage, ice fishing with his father and friends, conversations on the deck outside with his mom, gaming with his nephew Austin, bonfires, playing hockey, loud exhaust, and loud music. Bruce was the most generous son, brother, and friend that anyone could ever hope to grace their lives. Bruce would help others in any way he could without hesitation or complaint. He had a heart of pure gold and touched the lives of so many people. Although his time on Earth was too short, those who were graced by his presence will understand that the quality of memories made far exceeds the quantity of time in which he lived. His gentle smile, large stature, contagious laugh, and sense of humor brought so much joy to his family and friends. Bruce’s existence will not soon be forgotten and he will be greatly missed. He is survived by his father, Bruce A. Krongard; mother, Jacki Krongard; Sisters, Jozey Krongard and Kassidy Lehnen; nephews, Austin and Logan; and niece, Scarlett. At the families request, no formal service will be held. A celebration of life gathering at the Krongards’ household in Vadnais Heights will take place on a later date. Bruce was a loyal brother and friend that would help you in any way he could. He was the most loving son anyone could ever ask for.
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