Condolence & Memory Journal

Konrad, So sad to hear of Mary's passing! Wishing her memories keep you and your family's spirits buoyed as you press forward in life! My thoughts and prayers are with you too!

Posted by Joe Berner - Leesburg, VA - Classmate   November 26, 2020

Best spin instructor I've ever had at Cornerstone. Sorry to see her retire from Spin instruction and very sad to read about her passing. Mary only knew me as a regular in her spin class, but she was very kind and caring. She truly made an impact on people and will be missed.

Posted by John Hartzel - New Hope, PA - student   November 25, 2020

To Konrad, Kimberly and the Kroszner family, I was so saddened to hear of Mayr's passing. Mary was the sister of my childhood friend Beth White. Mary and I reconnected in Doylestown many years ago and I had the pleasure of co-coaching softball with Mary for our daughters, Kimberly and Julie(Schumaker). Mary's light and passion, empathy and love, was reflected in everything she did, and for all those many people she loved. Although it has been a long time since we had connected, those years I remember with great fondness. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Lori Howard (Van Houten)

Posted by Lori Howard - Doylestown, PA - Friend   November 24, 2020

Dear Konrad,From my family to yours,our sincere condolences for your loss.May the strength of Faith and Family carry on.Bill and Donna Ittner.

Posted by Bill Ittner - Virginia Beach, VA - Friend   November 23, 2020

Dear Konrad and family,
We are so sorry to hear about the sudden passing of Mary. It was always a joy spending time with her at family parties.
She will be missed. Sending positive thoughts and prayers your way during this difficult time.

Posted by Jeff and Christa Ellsesser - Perkiomenville, PA   November 17, 2020

Konrad, our prayers are with Mary, and you and your family! We are sorry for your loss! Please drop me a line when you can. Look forward to talking!

Posted by John Kamen - Tampa, FL - Friend   November 17, 2020

Very sorry for your loss, Konrad. I know the class stands with you in your time of sorrow. USNA 77.

Posted by Stratton Hicky - Madison, GA - Friend   November 17, 2020

So sorry to hear about Mary's passing. It was obvious she loved her family, from her involvement at Buckingham Elementary onward. Loved her spinning and kettlebell classes at Cornerstone. So much energy and fun!

Posted by anita nolan - Friend   November 16, 2020

To all the Krozner family
Mary K was a friend, confidant, larger than life personality, full of passion for everything she did! Brought people together. Always doing something for someone else. And boy did she love to spin!
She will be missed
Mary Ermigiotti or Mary E as she would say

Posted by Mary Ermigiotti - Chalfont, PA - Friend   November 16, 2020

I'm so saddened to hear of your passing, Mary. You were so loved and needed in this world. I am grateful that our paths crossed.
At a critical time in my life, Mary and Konrad shared their home property with me in their wonderful old mobile home. I loved it and loved having them as landlords neighbors and dear friends. We shared a lot of life together in a short amount of time and Mary was always the helpful, strong, maternal presence in my life as well as her man's and her childrens'. God bless you mother Mary and keep your family strong and always together in loving memory of you. Thank you for the many blessings you and Konrad and the "kids" gave to me.
Stu Nunnery

Posted by Stu Nunnery - Friend   November 16, 2020

Mary was a friend from NHRHS and a great person. She was fun, nice and always enthusiastic in whatever endeavors she was involved. God rest her soul!

Posted by Julie Mueller    November 15, 2020

This is such sad news. My thoughts and my heart go out to Konrad and the kids. I am so very sorry for your loss.

I knew Mary from Cornerstone. My memories of her are very lively, sometimes crazy, but always fun. She worked so hard to make sure that everyone in her class felt included and had the best experience. I remember the incredible music, the occasional video presentation in the background and of course, the insane light show for her Christmas classes. Only someone with a huge heart and a true love of people would take so much of their own time to make her class such a thrill for all of us.

At times, we joked that she created a cult! Once you were infected by her energy and enthusiasm, you just couldn't stay away. She genuinely enjoyed making people happy.

Mary, you were a joy to know. You have created many happy moments in my life and I will always smile when I think of you. Rest in peace my friend.

Posted by Denice Horlacher - New Hope, PA - Friend   November 15, 2020

I am so sorry to hear that Mary passed away. She was my favorite spin and kettle bell instructor.
I enjoyed hanging out with Mary at Chambers during St. Patrick's Day, attending Kimberly's wedding. So many wonderful memories. My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.

Posted by Jill Richter - Pipersville, PA - Friend   November 15, 2020

I'm filled with sadness on the passing of an such amazing and inspiring woman. Mary brought happiness to all who were in her company, wherever she was. Her thorough involvement to create a fun and energizing spin program at Cornerstone is one fond memory I have for Mary.

Posted by Cathy Springer - Friend   November 15, 2020

We are so very sorry for your loss - we are fortunate in that we have many fond memories of our time spent with Mary - Joe and Jesse

Posted by joe salvatore - eagleville, PA   November 13, 2020