In Memory

Theresa A. Kranyock

Theresa A. Kranyock

Theresa A. Kranyock

1955 - 2023

Theresa A. Kranyock, 68, passed away suddenly in her sleep on Thursday, November 9, 2023. Born in Hazleton, PA to the late Andrew and Bernadine (Pendal) Kranyock. Theresa moved to Middlesex, NJ in 1977.

She graduated from Penn State University with a BS in Micro Biology and for over forty years, she worked with Hoffman-LaRoche Laboratories as a Lab Technician. In 2021, Theresa retired and was able to enjoy more time with her family.

She enjoyed making her own jewelry and loved spending time with her niece and nephew.

Predeceased by her grandparents, Michael and Anna Pendal, her parents Andrew and Bernadine Kranyock and uncle Mike Pendal. Theresa leaves behind her sister Mary Beth Polchin and her husband Charlie of Hazleton, PA and her companion of over thirty years, Bill Albert. Theresa is also survived by her nephew Chas and niece Bethany as well as her Aunt Theresa Ksenics of Landsdale, PA and by several cousins.

At the request of the family, all services have been handled privately. Theresa will be laid to rest in the family plot of Saints Peter & Paul Byzantine Catholic Cemetery in Beaver Meadows, PA.

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11/21/23 08:15 PM #1    

Sheila A. Matusick (Cochrane)

Oh my heart is breaking!  Theresa was such a loving and kind friend all through high school and Penn State.  We both graduated with Microbiology degrees, she worked years for Lab Corp and I at Quest Diagnostics.  She was a bridesmaid in our wedding and we kept in touch seeing each other at the HHS reunions over the years.  I am beyond grateful we got to hug and sit next to each other at the 50th reunion.  What a blessing to see her one last time.  I am beyond grief.  My sincerest condolences and prayers to all who knew and loved her.  Rest in peace my sweet friend.🙏💔

11/27/23 12:16 PM #2    

Matthew Palucci

I met Theresa at D.A. Harman and immediately knew she was a genuinely good person with a wonderful sense of humor. We laughed at all the silly things that 8th graders 'just knew' where funny !

She always had an upbeat view of life and we continued being friends throughout H.S. and also recently on FB.

I trust she is in peace and in a better place.


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