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Agnes Krausz

In Loving Memory

Krausz, Agnes H. (nee: Tholen)

August 9, 1938 - December 2, 2023

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Saturday, December 2, 2023.  Beloved wife of Frank J. Krausz.  Dear mother of Susan Krausz and Julie (Ronda Hardin) Krausz.  Our dear sister-in-law, aunt and friend to many.

Agnes was a member of the Sublette YMCA.

SERVICES:  Private burial will be held at Resurrection Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Heart Association appreciated.


16 thoughts on “Krausz, Agnes H. (nee: Tholen)”

  1. I’m sorry for your loss. She was an amazing woman. Her smile and her laughter were contagious always a kind word or a prayer for everyone. Love you Agnes and I will see you again someday.

  2. The news of Agnes’ death greatly saddened us. We will never forget her laugh and her birthday calls, when she sang for us.
    We are thinking of all of you and keeping you in all in our prayers.
    With our heartfelt condolences,
    your family from Jechtingen and Endingen, Germany

  3. Never have I met a more sweet woman. She always had a smile on her face and any time she saw a child or a dog, I swear she radiated light. She will be greatly missed.

  4. Just got the news my aunt Agnes is in heaven now. I will hold the memories of you in my heart forever. Thank you for always being so sweet and kind. Rest In Peace

  5. Aunt Agnes,
    This kindest lady you could ever meet. She always showed love. I will miss you dearly.
    Uncle Frank, Julie, Susan and Rhonda,
    My heart and thoughts are with you all.
    Love, Sherri

  6. It broke my heart to lose you. In life I loved you dearly, and in death you remain in my heart that no one could ever fill. Your laughter and smile would light up a room and lets not forget sharing a beer!
    I will miss talking with you. I love you much

  7. Dear Uncle Frank, Julie, Ronda & Susan,
    I am thinking of you all & sending a long, tight hug. Aunt Agnes was such a kind & loving woman. I will miss her singing & laughter.
    May you find comfort knowing she is at peace now & together again with my Mom,, Uncle Paul, Grandma & Grandpa.
    All my love XOXO

  8. Uncle Frank, Susan, Ronda, and Julie,

    We are praying for you guys to have peace, comfort, and courage as you navigate through this sorrow.
    Aunt Agnes was the sweetest soul. She was always so kind to everyone and just a joy to be around. She always had a peaceful and inviting presence about her and she will be missed dearly.
    Our hearts go out to all of you. We are thinking of you and we send you all of our love and prayers.
    Rest in Peace Sweet Lady.

    Tim and Tella Krausz

  9. Lisa Colombo
    Dear Uncle Frank, Julie, Ronda, Susan
    My Sincere Condolences to you. Aunt Agnes will be missed, but memories of her will live on forever. I have the best fond memories to remember.
    Keeping you in my prayers. RIP Aunt Agnes

  10. Agnes will forever be one of my all-time favorite people. Her smile made everyone happy and her laugh was contagious. Her sincere kindness and love toward her family and friends was just as beautiful as she was. This world will not be the same without her.

    Frank, Julie, Ronda, and Susan,
    We are sending love and healing thoughts your way.

  11. To Uncle Frank, Julie, Ronda and Susan

    We are so sorry to hear about Aunt Agnes. Fond memories of holiday feasts with stories and laughter will live on in our hearts. Our wish is that you will find comfort knowing she is at peace along with those who have passed on before her.

    Mark and Debbie Colombo

  12. My sweet mom. On Saturday you traded in your mom title for one of angel. Hells bells, I can’t begin to think of what the days will look like without us laughing over something ridiculous, working together to accomplish our goals or the time spent on deciding what to have for dessert. We had so much fun and a few arguments sprinkled in as well but you wanted an independent daughter so that comes with disagreements. I already miss all of our traditions but more than anything I miss your calls, texts and smiles. I know you are where you most wanted to be but for those of us left behind it is hard not to regret a final goodbye or one more hug. The girls and I will be watching for you everyday and I hope you know how much love we shared. I can’t wait until I see you again.
    With all of my love,

  13. We shall miss you very much. You were a wonderful person and mother. Sometimes life just isn’t fair. Our condolences to all and hopefully the hurt becomes easier as time passes.

  14. Dear Frank, Susan, Julie & Ronda,

    We were deeply saddened to learn of Agnes’s passing. Her kind and vibrant spirit will be treasured in our hearts.

    The loss of a beloved person is incredibly challenging, but we hope that the assurance of her newfound peace brings solace and tranquility to each of you during this very difficult time.

    Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Sending you our love and comforting thoughts, especially as you navigate through this period of grief.

    With our deepest sympathy,
    Melina, Uli, Wolfgang & Marc Schweizer

  15. Agnes was such a sweet person. I enjoyed chatting with her when she came into the library when I worked there. More recently I enjoyed chatting with her on her front porch, My sympathies to all of you.


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