KRONICK: On Monday, June 25, 2012, in Virginia Beach General Hospital, Harriet Kronick, 84; beloved wife (of 61 years ) of the late Sidney Kronick; beloved mother of the late Kevin Kronick, Kate (Tony D’Amato) Kronick and Jeff Kronick; daughter of the late Bess and Abraham Herman; sister of the late William Herman and the late Rhoda Silverstein; grandmother of Jacia Monaco and Dorey Kronick; sister-in-law of Milton and Chari Kronick; also survived by many loving nieces and nephews, all of whom will miss her dearly. Born in Pittsburgh, Harriet graduated from a commercial art school, and having learned all types of advertising art, life drawing, and fashion illustration she (until her marriage) worked as a fashion illustrator in Pittsburgh department stores. After moving to Uniontown, she continued with freelance artwork, specializing in portraiture. Kronick taught drawing and painting classes in Uniontown for 10 years and then in Virginia Beach, for many years, until 2011. She exhibited her portraits and pastel landscapes in local galleries and her many artworks hang in homes and institutions, including judicial portrait commissions, which hang in Norfolk, Va., and Portsmouth Va., courthouses and a portrait of Edgar and Gertrude Cayce, which hangs in the Association for Research and Enlightenment. She was also known for her “green thumb” and loved tending to her many beautiful plants. Harriet and Sidney Kronick were members of the Tree of Life Congregation during their 25-year residence in Uniontown, Pa. She volunteered for the American Cancer Society for 20 years, and also for Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. for over 30 years. Services were held at the A.R.E. in Virginia Beach.