Celebration of Life
St Timothy's Episcopal Church
Saturday April 2nd, 2022
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Kenneth Edward Bronsil
Kenneth Bronsil, age 77 passed away on December 28, 2021. He entered this world on January 16, 1944 in Chicago, IL, born to Edward and Bernice Bronsil. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Elizabeth Bronsil; son Timothy Bronsil; daughter-in-law Susan Bronsil; son Matthew Bronsil; grandson William Bronsil; grandson Jack Bronsil; nephew Jeff Miller and many nieces and nephews on his wife's side, brothers in law William Riorden (Kay) and Thomas Riorden (Mary). He is preceded in death by his sister Jane Miller-Diggins. Ken dedicated his life to teaching, spending the majority of that time in Montessori schools. He will be remembered for his kindness, warmth, and wonderful sense of humor.
A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held 10 AM Saturday, April 2, 2022 at St. Timothy's Epicopal Church 8101 Beechmont Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45255. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be directed to the Fifth Third Bank/Jacob G. Schmidlapp Scholarship at Xavier University for Montessori Teacher Education. Checks made payable to Xavier University may be sent to 3800 Victory Pkwy Cincinnati, OH 45207-5430 or gifts can be made online at Xavier.edu/giving
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.moorefamilyfuneralhomes.com for the Bronsil family.
Just learned this morning of Ken's passing. Our condolences to all of the Bronsil family members. Fond memories of Ken at North Avondale. Peace.
Jane and Chris Connolly Apr 5 2022 12:52 PM
Dear Beth, I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Ken. I have many memories of Happy Days at CCD.
May his memory be a blessing...
Irene Frieman Feb 26 2022 5:55 PM
Dear Beth, I just heard about Ken's passing and want to extend my sincere sympathy to you and your family, and lots & lots of prayers for both of you. We both know what a firm grip God has on your shoulder, and now moving through these times in our lives, we have the opportunity to let that grip get even stronger! Thank God, and may God bless you & your family!!
Ted McGraw Feb 5 2022 1:54 PM
Mr. B was truly a gift to the education of so many. My children thrived under his guidance and thrilled at his wonderfully creative lessons. We all loved and admired him. Ken left his mark—the world is a better place.
Amy Murray Feb 3 2022 8:52 PM
My most sincere condolences and prayers to the Bronsil family. I was one of Ken's students at the Montessori Academy of Cincinnati in the 2006-2007 school year. Ken was one of the best teachers I had throughout the entirety of my school career. He always went the extra mile to make sure I was able to succeed in his lessons and classes. It was a privilege to have been taught by Ken and he will be missed.
Jordan Guerin Jan 27 2022 12:45 PM
Our sincere condolences to the Bronsil family. Our daughters were nutured in Ken and Beth's CCDS Montessori classroom. Ken's warmth and kindness to both students and parents was so appreciated. He will be missed.
Chad & Betsy Warwick Jan 22 2022 12:23 PM
Beth, you and Ken are the best neighbors and human beings that anyone could ever hope to meet. He touched everyone with his kindness, encouragement, and wonderful sense of humor. We're sure that all of many students that he taught and nurtured over his lifetime are the people who are now trying to make the world a better place. We thank Ken for the memories, He will be missed but certainly never forgotten.
Paul and Teri Korbee Jan 13 2022 2:10 PM
Ken and I were close friends in the Jesuits. I appreciated his goodness and his humor. In reading these comments there is a great testimony to a very good guy, full of grace and blessing for so many. He made a great choice and so did Beth in their fifty years of marriage, family, and Montessori training.
Michael Cooper, S.J.
Michael Cooper, S.J. Jan 12 2022 4:45 AM
So sorry to hear of Mr. Bronsil's passing. He was my teacher at North Avondale for a few years back in the '90s & I remember him fondly- full of warmth, compassion, patience, and a genuine passion for teaching. His classroom always felt fun and rarely like a school chore, and he was excellent at recognizing strengths and weaknesses in learning opportunities for every individual student. Very thankful to have had him as a teacher for those years. Deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
Alice Ungerer Jan 11 2022 8:32 PM
Beth, how fondly I remember both you and Ken from our days at IPM. Times with you were very special as both of you are special. May God's arms hold you tenderly.
Sr Roseanne White Jan 10 2022 7:30 PM