Lowell Steven Kronick

by | Mar 14, 2024 | Obituaries

VIRGINIA BEACH – Lowell Steven Kronick, age 78, passed away on Saturday, February 24.

He was born in New York City, N.Y.

Rabbi Kronick was a pillar of strength and compassion in our community. Lowell left behind a legacy of love, service, and wisdom that will be cherished by all who knew him.

Lowell was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Faye (Mintz), and his parents, Esther and Julius. Lowell is survived by his beloved brother, Herman (Hank) Kronick, and sister-in-law, Jill. He was a cherished uncle to nieces Ellen Aebig (Joseph) and Colette Alderson (Norton), as well as nephews Cory Kronick and Glenn Kronick (Jennie). His memory will also be treasured by his great-niece Rachel Hahn (Luis), and great-nephew Allan (AJ) Aebig and stepdaughter Anne Michele Eisenstei

Lowell led a long, distinguished, and brilliant career, marked by an unwavering dedication to his faith and service to others. As a founding member and past president of the NAJC (National Association of Jewish Chaplains), he exemplified leadership and commitment to the spiritual well-being of his community. His role as a chaplain for the VA brought comfort and solace to countless individuals, a testament to his compassionate nature and empathetic spirit.

For many years, Lowell served as the director of Pastoral Services at Parker Jewish, where he touched the lives of the elderly with warmth and kindness. His dedication to teaching and mentorship earned him respect and admiration throughout the community, as he tirelessly worked to support those in need.

Above all, Lowell will be remembered for his unwavering devotion to providing spiritual guidance and support to all who sought his counsel. His profound impact on the lives of others will be deeply missed, but his legacy of compassion and service will continue to inspire us all.

In honoring Lowell’s memory, let us cherish the moments shared, the lessons learned, and the love that he bestowed upon us. May his soul find eternal peace, and may his memory be a blessing to us all.

Rosewood-Kellum Funeral Home.