After a brief illness, Kenneth Bronson of Lancaster, N.H., passed away on Monday, March 21st in Wolfeboro, NH. Kenny was born in Groveton, NH in his parents’ farmhouse on February 8, 1943. He was raised on his family’s farm in east Lancaster where he attended the Mt. Cabot School, the last one–room school house built in the state of New Hampshire. He later purchased the building and converted it into a home where he raised his family. Kenny graduated from Lancaster High School in 1963 and the University of New Hampshire in 1965, where he received his Associates degree in Applied Science. He worked at the Groveton Paper Company for over thirty years, while at the same time running a small concrete construction business in the North Country. He was the second youngest of eight children, including his five surviving siblings, Roland Bronson of Bethlehem, Katherine Webster of Lancaster, NH, Vernard ‘Butch’ Bronson of Jefferson, Bethany Bronson of Stark and Cora Bronson of Littleton, NH. Lucille McMann and Robert Bronson of Groveton passed previously. Kenny is survived by his three sons and their families, Andrew and his wife Maggie of Highlands Ranch Colorado, Aaron and Elizabeth of Wolfeboro, NH and Allan and Shasta of Englewood, CO. Kenny was especially proud of his seven grandchildren, Eleanor, Mitchell, Christopher, Harrison, Thomas, Benjamin and Jonathon. Kenny is fondly remembered as a traveling companion to his three sons as they made their way west visiting many of the national parks and landmarks across the area. He would often take the opportunity on those trips to remind his sons of the difference in world championships won by his Yankees versus the team the rest of the family rooted for, the Red Sox. A private family ceremony will be held in June to honor his lifetime. Donations may be made in his memory to Colonel Town Recreation, 16 High Street, Lancaster, NH 03584. The Baker-Gagne Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Wolfeboro is assisting the family with the arrangements.