Conrad "Connie" C Krall

January 31, 1929March 11, 2021

The family would like to apologize for not having a visitation prior to the memorial service because of COVID-19. Please send condolences online to the funeral home website or send them a card or letter. Eva and her family are very thankful for the sympathies and well wishing from their family and friends.

Conrad “Connie” C. Krall, 92, formerly of Schaefferstown, passed away on Thursday, March 11, 2021 in his Myerstown residence. He was the husband of Eva M. Behm Krall. They would have celebrated 69 years of marriage on March 15th. He was born in Schaefferstown on January 31, 1929, son of the late Charles M. and Edna L. Smith Krall. Connie was employed at North American Refractories in Womelsdorf for many years. He also worked at Omstead Air Force Base in Middletown and tended bar at Quentin Riding Club and the Franklin House in Schaefferstown. He was a sports enthusiast and in his younger years he played basketball, soccer and baseball. He enjoyed following NASCAR and race cars in general. Connie especially loved spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Surviving in addition to his wife are daughters, Brenda S. Bechtold and husband Lewis of Lancaster; Sharon D. Uhrich and husband Kent of Bethel; grandchildren, Cody Uhrich, Veronica Bechtold and Chelsee Miller and husband Adam; great grandchildren, Stella Miller, Lucas Miller and Juniper Miller; sister, Loretta Bennetch of Schaefferstown; and niece, Leslie Schaeffer. Memorial service will be held on Friday, March 19, 2021 at 11:00 am in St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 1304 Heidelberg Ave., Schaefferstown, PA. PLEASE FOLLOW CDC GUIDELINES. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Compassionate Care Hospice, 3350 Paxton St., Suite 5, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Clauser Funeral Home, Inc. is handling his arrangements.


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Conrad "Connie" C Krall

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Cynthia Deaven

March 25, 2021

I am so sorry I missed Connie's memorial service but I was unaware till I got the Merchandiser today.
I had the privilege of working with Connie at the QRC for ten years.
I was a waitress but took Connie's place behind the bar when he want on vacation or when Bob took vacation.
We always worked well together and he was a lot of fun and always a gentleman . He always had candy behind the bar and I would always seek some.
I will remember Connie and there is a place in my heart for him.
My condolences to all of his family.

Yours Truly,
Cindy Deaven - fellow employee of the QRC


March 19, 2021

Dear Aunt Bubbles and Family,
My thoughts, prayers and many tears go out to you for your loss of a great husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather that Uncle Connie was and always will be in your hearts. May God comfort you and as your tears become less the memories will start to flood in and will always bring you peace and joy.
Lisa Kazanjian Bagin

Cindy Boyer Golden

March 14, 2021

I am so glad that Conrad was able to have his 90th birthday party at the golf course. Connie never wanted to be in the spotlight, but I could tell it meant a lot to him. My favorite memory of Connie goes back to childhood. Whenever Shari and I got picked up from an after school function, Connie would pick us up. And we were always excited when he came in his 1956-57 Aqua and white Chevy. Connie liked cars, and we were happy to be his passengers.
Another great memory, when we were kids, I'd run over to Connie and Eva's house. I would knock on the shanty door and ask for Shari. Connie would say, "she's sleeping", I'd say, "wake her up""
Connie would roll his eyes and say, "I don't know if I should, you know how she gets!" 😂😂😂
Connie was always quiet , soft spoken and even tempered.
He liked to remember all the Franklin house memories where he grew up. And the food his mother made.
Connie will never be far from our hearts and minds, and he was surely greeted by all his family when he "went over there"!
There is no separation in love. See you again, Connie! Love love❤️