Avery Bennett Kranski
Sep 08, 2000Dec 31, 2018
Journey Christian Church
Sat, January 05, 2019
Avery Bennett Kranski, born September 8, 2000 in Davenport, IA passed away unexpectedly on December 31, 2018 in Midlothian, VA.
Avery leaves behind his loving parents, Klint and Kari Kranski of Midlothian, VA; grandparents John and Sharol Larson of Midlothian, VA and Char Kranski of Larsen, WI and Ken Kranski, Sr. of Rosholt, WI; girlfriend; aunts; uncles; cousins; and so many amazing friends. The outpouring of love from our family, extended family and everyone who knows Avery has touched us deeply.
Avery was a 2018 graduate of Cosby High School and was attending George Mason University as a freshman studying cyber-security engineering. Avery already held numerous certifications in computer technology, including first place in web design for Tech Security for Troops.
Avery attended Journey Christian Church in Chesterfield, VA. Services will be held at the church on Saturday, January 5, 2018 at 2:00 pm, with a reception following at the church.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks you consider donations, in the memory of Avery, be made to The Richmond Animal League in North Chesterfield, VA and Beacon Tree Foundation in North Chesterfield, VA.
To: Kari, Klint and Family. We are broken hearted and want you to know you are in our healing prayers. Anything we can do, just ask. With love and comfort, Bette & Peter, 23 Spinnaker Cove Drive
We deeply express our condolences to Klint , Kari and family. Words cannot express how deeply saddened we are of your loss. May God give you strength each and every day and guidance. We love you both.
Dr. and Mrs Kranski – we are so very sorry for your loss. Our hearts break for you and know that we are praying for strength, comfort and healing.
Dr. & Mrs. Kranski – We are so deeply sorry for your loss. We are praying for the Lord to comfort to you.
Kari and Klint – I am so sorry for your loss and hope and pray that God will grant you peace in your time of sorrow. My heart was breaking for you the moment Jake told me.
My son, Ben Davies was a classmate of Avery’s at the Tech Center. Words cannot adequately express my sorrow for the loss of your son. Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers.
To Dr. Klint Kranski and Kari Kranski, Grandparents John and Sharol Larson, other Family Members, Church Family, fellow Classmates and beloved Friends I am terribly heart broken and sorry for the loss of your Son, Grandson and dear friend, Avery Kranski. I know he is whole and with our Lord Jesus Christ. I pray that God will guide you, strengthen you, and bring you comfort, peace and healing in the days and months ahead. May all of Avery’s precious memories live on in the hearts of those he touched and loved the most. He will not be forgotten. AMEN
t is Sunday morning, about 6:30. I have just heard about your son’s death from our friend Tom. I don’t have any words to say, except how saddened I am even to think about the anguish that Avery must have experienced up to the moment of his passing. And for you and your wife, I can not begin to imagine the pain that you are suffering. Please know that I am lifting all of you up in my prayers — praying that God will enable you to withstand the grief and immeasurable pain that you are no doubt experiencing. Today, my sermon is from Ephesians 3. My prayer for you comes from that chapter in the Bible. “I pray that out of his glorious riches God may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge — that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.
Kari and Klint, We will continue to keep Avery’s spirit alive and honor all the good and righteous things he did for us and all of those in his lives. Rick, Richard & I are here for you every step of this process holding your hand & loving you. You both are amazing people. Blessings & Prayers,
So sorry to hear of your sons passing. Prayers of peace going up for you and your family.
Dr Kranski and Kari. I can see your beautiful little boy running around your front yard – always outside and always smiling! Helping Dr Kranski with some home project. He was a helper! The last time we saw you and Avery he was at the Old Manchester HS running track and doing something special academically (because HE IS SO SPECIAL) and he was smiling. That big beautiful smile. I used to love to get his little cheerful hellos (usually he was running or maybe running and waving – that kid did a lot of running!!!). because he was and will always be that beautiful little boy to us. Barry, Molly and I love you so much. ❤️
Dr. and Mrs. Kranski, it was with extreme sadness that we read about your tragic loss through the prayer warriors prayer chain of Woodlake United Methodist Church of which we are members. While we did not know your son, we knew, through Dr. Kranski, the blessing he was, and the great joy he brought to your family. You are in our prayers and may the peace of God enfold you now and always.
Dr. and Mrs. Kranski, I have just learned of the sudden and tragic loss of your precious son just today. I don’t have the words to express how saddened I am for you both. I know that your grief is overwhelming and these days are mired in deep pain. But, I know God had given you the gift of wonderful memories of your son and the strength of many many prayers to help you through. My heart and prayers go out to you both, not just during this time, but forever.