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Carole Barry-Kronstein

Stillwater, NY - Carole Barry-Kronstein, 82, passed at her home with family by her side. Born on August 29, 1939 in the Bronx, she lived in Queens, NY, Huntington, NY, New Paltz, NY and Barnegat, NJ before moving to Stillwater to live with her daughter, son and family.  Carole graduated from Eastchester High School.

She was an Account Executive with Yellow Pages in the mid-Hudson Valley, Optician in Pleasant Valley NY, and Entrepreneur (Top It Tee Shirts in New Paltz)

She enjoyed on-line Scrabble, Medical TV shows, and keeping up on what was going on with her children and Grandchildren.  She loved her dogs Peanuts and Peyton-Jeter.  Carole enjoyed travelling and would usually vacation at the Jersey shore in the summer and Caribbean Islands in the winter.  One of her favorite trips ever was to Italy to celebrate her 60th birthday.  She was a big fan of the NY Yankees, especially Joe DiMaggio in her youth and Derek Jeter later.  She loved to listen to music and dance especially to Elvis in her youth and Bob Marley later.

She is survived by her children James and Subha Barry of Naples, FL, Stephen Barry of Stillwater, NY, Lisa Joy and Keith Miller of Suffern, NY, Lisa and Tim Ferrante of New Paltz NY, Craig Kronstein of Durham, NC, and Kristen (Kiki) and Brad Wagner of Stillwater, NY.  In addition, she leaves 9 Grandchildren, Dr. Tara Barry of Tampa, FL, Peter Ferrante of New Paltz, NY, Jay Barry of Jersey City, NJ, Jamie Ferrante of New Paltz, NY, Danielle Miller of NYC, Victoria Miller of Suffern, NY, and Devon Wagner, Charleigh Wagner and Mason Wagner of Stillwater, NY.

She is predeceased by her husband Dr. Martin Kronstein and sister Judith Maurer Levine.

In memory of Carole memorial donations can be made to ASPCA, Wounded Warrior Project, ACLU or the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society. Please visit www.mcloughlinmason.com

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A candle was lit in memory of Carole Barry-Kronstein

Lori Giattino May 25 2022 5:30 AM