McGilley Memorial Chapel-Midtown

20 West Linwood Blvd, Kansas City, MO


Henry "Hank" Corona Jr.

August 19, 1938November 8, 2019
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Henry Corona Jr., passed away Nov. 8th, 2019. A visitation will be held from 5-8pm Thurs., Nov. 14th with rosary starting at 7pm. A memorial mass will be 9:30 am Friday, Nov. 15th both held at Redemptorist Church, 3333 Broadway Blvd., Kansas City MO 64111. Condolences may be offered at www.mcgilleymidtownchapel.com.

Henry “Hank” was born Aug. 19, 1938 to Henry Corona Sr and Carmen Corona. Henry started his family ran business, Corona Litho Company in 1977, he successfully ran the business for 36 years. During that time he served as a board member to numerous organizations some included the PIEA organization of Kansas City, the HOJE organization and the Midwest Ear Institution. Henry was proud to be one of the founding members of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, in following years they awarded him business man of the year.

He is preceded in death by his parents, sister, Mary Garcia and brother, Richard. Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Mary; children, Michael (Annette), Elizabeth (John), Michelle (George), Andrew; 7 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren and numerous nephews and cousins.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Parkinson’s foundation at www.parkinsonfoundation.org or the Redemptorist Foundation at www.redemptoristkc.org.


  • Visitation Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • Memorial Mass Friday, November 15, 2019


Henry "Hank" Corona Jr.

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Sandra Hernandez-Campos

November 15, 2019

My deepest sympathy to the Corona family.

Would see him on Sunday's visiting his mom Carmen. Would always say hello and was always smiling. Henry will be missed by his family and friends.

Prayers to bring you all comfort during this time.

Maria Rangel

November 15, 2019

To the Corona Family,
May the comfort of God help you during this difficult time. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
Mr. Mrs. Alfred Rangel, Sr. & Family

Gene T Chavez

November 15, 2019

I first met Henry at a Hispanic Chamber of Commerce meeting where I was the guest speaker. I will always remember his coming up to me and complimenting me on my presentation. He was so kind and complimentary. I know it was sincere because he took the time to ask me questions and expand on some of the points that I had made. It was because of his warm friendly demeanor that I decide to become a member of the Chamber.
I have missed seeing Henry lately because of his illness, but he will always remain in my heart and mind as that kind, gentleman of integrity.

Randy Cassmeyer

November 14, 2019

Our sympathies to Mr. Corona's family and loved ones. He was a wonderfully kind man and will be missed.

The Cassmeyer Family

Frank Cabrera

November 13, 2019

I will miss Henry very much. I am so thankful for Henry bringing me into the family business and allowing me to learn a trade and become a craftsman in the Pre-press and Print Industry. I worked for Henry and Mary from 1987 to 2000. I have since gone on to manage in some of the largest print companies in the world thanks to all the Corona family allowing me this opportunity. I have many wonderful memories of Hank and pray for him, Mary and my cousins! God bless the Corona Family....your Cuz, Frank

John Sellinger

November 13, 2019

I was surprised and sorry , that Henry, passed on. I Read of his passing this AM in KC Star. Henry, helped me immensely in 1977, by letting my employees, use his scanner after hours to do our graphic arts work. Our equipment was out of order, waiting for a part from the UK. . We were competitors in the business." WOW", what a gracious thing to do. God bless you Henry. My condolences to Mary ,Mike and Liz, whom I knew, and other family members.
Thank you, Jerry Sellinger

Helen González-Cortissoz

November 12, 2019

Henry was a very kind and generous man. He was great to work with at the Hispanic Chamber, a great family man, a perfectionist in his business. He was a man of integrity, and left a huge imprint on the Hispanic Community. Henry will be missed, may he rest in peace, and God give his family peace, comfort, and strength in the coming days. Prayers for you all, Sincerely Helen Gonzalez-Cortissoz.

Denise Becerra

November 12, 2019

Mary, Liz, Michelle, Michael & Andrew,
My heart is sad. My thoughts & prayers are with you. Praying for comfort. My sweet mom always reminded me Hank came when I was born and brought me my first dress. My parents always loved him & Mary! Even though we don’t see you often we love you & you are dear to our hearts. Hank such a kind loving man! I’m so thankful I knew him. He & my mom can laugh & tell stories about hanging out with Aunt Helen, Uncle Hector, my dad & beautiful Mary. My dad Albert & I send much love to you all! God Bless you.

Annalisa Zapien-Pina Young

November 12, 2019

Henry I first met years ago , my grandfather knew him well in his younger days. He had many good things to say about Henry’s integrity and kindness. I found that Henry was all that and more, a true leader and friend to many . I appreciated the honesty and true friendship I came to know . I consider Henry to be one of the most committed individuals I knew within the community whose efforts empowered many generations to come. I am grateful for his family a their generosity in sharing him with all of us who had the blessing of his friendship. God bless you all and my prayers are with you.

Marie Steiner

November 12, 2019

Our condolence to the Corona Family.
I grew up next door to "Hank" parents and saw his beautiful family grow-up before my eyes.
I saw "Hank" during the last few years of his Mother's life, as a devoted son, taking care of his Mother before she passed, as she wished to stay in her own home and he carried out those wishes.
Mary & family may you find comfort in your memories and God hold you in the palm of his hand in the days ahead.