OBITUARY

Stefan Krach

April 15, 1960May 19, 2018

Stefan Krach, 58 a lifelong resident of East Hartford, entered peacefully to his eternal reward with family and friends by his side, May 19th 2018 at Hartford Hospital after a prolonged illness.

Pre-deceased by his father Frank Krach, Stefan is survived by his mother Alexandra Krach of East Hartford, his brother Richard and sister In-law Nancy of North Carolina his nieces Jessica, Sarah, Rachel and nephew Adam, along with many loving family members and friends.

Being an exceptionally kind and humble caring person, Stefan's generosity was un-paralleled, always placing the needs of others before his own. His natural talent, wit and wisdom will be missed deeply.

The family would like to extend their gratitude to the medical staff at Hartford Hospital who cared for Stefan with utmost professionalism and compassion.

A Mass of Christian burial will be held Friday, May 25th at 10:00 am at Saint Mary's Church, 15 Maplewood Ave, East Hartford, CT 06108. Burial will follow in Silver Lane cemetery, East Hartford. There are no calling hours. Benjamin J. Callahan funeral home is assisting with arrangements. To leave an online condolence please visit www.callahanfuneral.com

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Arnie Cohen

May 24, 2018

To Steve's family
I knew him through the Hartford Gun Club.
He was a great shooter and a mechanical genius

Do you have any charities to contribute to in his memory?

Sincerely yours,

Arnie Cohen

Bob Clark

May 24, 2018

So sorry to hear of Stefan's passing. I remember him in PE class! A great person!

David Shuckerow

May 22, 2018

Stefan was one of my best friends growing up on Mckee Street. I remember playing with him and his brother at their house and in McAuliffe park and playing board games on rainy days. He was extremely skilled with machining, cars and welding repairs. Can't believe he's gone but he'll always be remembered as a good friend. God Bless You.

David Shuckerow

FROM THE FAMILY