Jeffrey C. Kraus

jeffrey kraus
Of Ashburn, Va., died on Saturday, October 23, 2010 at Reston Hospital. Beloved husband of Cheryl F. Kraus, devoted father of Matthew, Erin, Devon, Bryan, Maureen, Bridget, Mary and Andrew; son of John and Sandra Kraus; brother of Wendy Morrell (Bill) and Kim Pendergest (Peter). In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The V. Foundation, 106 Towerview Court, Cary, NC 27513.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. To the Kraus family: Thank you for unselfish acts of kindness in allowing Jeff the opportunities to help enrich the lives of many a child that passed through the Dulles Little League systems and the community. His passion for sportsmanship and fairness along with his integrity to uphold the games and the positives kids could benefit from were simply immeasurable. It was an honor to have a chance to coach by his side over the past few seasons to witness first hand just how truly a class act he was. My family would like to express our most sincere condolences to you all for your loss.

  2. Please accept our most heartfelt condolences on the loss of Jeffrey. Our prayers and thoughts are with you always. Christine and Richard Lepore

  3. Our deepest condolences to our dear Kraus Family. You’re an admirable example of love, happiness and faith. We feel your loss and will always be here for you.

  4. May your troubled heart find peace and comfort in the knowledge that you are never alone. May God’s presence ease your heart and give you rest. Please accept our condolences on your loss. You are always in our thoughts and prayers. Roger & Kelly Micciche

  5. We just wanted you to know that in all of our years playing with little league, Jeff was a very special coach and influence on our son, Ben. Our prayers continue for strength and comfort through this heart-wrenching time.

  6. I can only hope that I touch half the number of people that Jeff did in his short life on this earth. I truly enjoyed working with him and, more recently, for him.

  7. My condolences to Jeff’s family. I haven’t seen Jeff in over 30 years but the minute I heard his name I conjured up a picture of his smiling face. My heart & prayers go out to all of you. RIP Jeff.

  8. Deepest condolences to The Kraus Family. He was special person back in high school. I’ve thought about him many times over the years and all the abuse he would take from me when we kept score and stats at the basketball games. It’s sounds like he turned in to a very special man. Sorry for your loss.

  9. My deepest condolences to the Krauss family. I hadn’t seen Jeff for almost 30 years, but I could never forget what a great guy he was and tougher than one might imagine. I recall taking a few bruises from Jeff playing street hockey in the school 4 parking lot. I’ll remember him fondly.

  10. Some of my best childhood memories include Jeff. Playing little league, football in the street in front of his house or in the woods behind his house. My deepest sympathy, prayers and love to the entire family. Jeff was a great friend who will always be with me and part of me. Rest in Peace buddy!

  11. This is so sad. My prayers go out to the Krause family. When Ronnie shared with us the devastating news the first thing I thought was how much fun we all had in grammar school. Jeff was an amazing friend and classmate over the years in Monroe/Spotswood. And there are so many many memories we all have of those Catholic School Days at Immaculate Conception School that include Jeff. Rest in Peace Jeff and may you now be pain free after your fight. We love you and have many great memories of you, a great man with many accomplishments who has left us at the age of 47. Ter

  12. Its been a lifetime since I last saw you (30 years). You were younger than me but you were always a sweetheart and showed me respect that most boys at that age don’t. Peace be with you.

  13. My deepest condolences to the family. As a childhood friend from Mill Lake Manor and a schoolmate, what I remember most about Jeff was how, even in the heat of youthful competition, he always had respect for both his opponent and the game. It was something that helped define Jeff in my eyes for as long as I knew him. May he rest in peace.

  14. When Mitch sent me the notice of Jeffrey’s passing, We were deeply saddened. Much too young. I have fond memories of Jeff because he was a “Mensch”. Polite and good-natured. He will be missed.

  15. On behalf of the Connor Family, Daniel & Donna Mary Timothy Brian We cannot express our grief at the loss of Jeff. It has been a long time since we have all seen each other. We all have fond memories of our family gettogethers and sporting events. We all hope and pray that you find peace and strength as you go foward.

  16. On behalf of the Grutzkuhn Family (Bill, Renee, Kierstin, Kelly, Nicklaus & Alexander) we extend our deepest and thoughtful prayers to the Family. God Bless! As a childhood friend and baseball teammate of Jeff, I can recall many great and exciting moments (we use to call Jeff….”Mouse”) I remember his Dad coaching the team and us having the worse team in the league. When we played a team that was average we would get blown out, when we played a team that was good, we somehow pulled it out. We would do rain dances, we had pet dogs as a mascot, we would do all sorts of chants and then we would all go out for ice cream after the game. Great Memories…I often tell my boys of those little league days and it brings a deserved tear to my eyes. My thoughts and prayers to the Krause Family, May God be with you, Bill

  17. I am sorry to hear the news about Jeff. Something happened the other day that made me think of him, so I searched for him online and found the obituary. Though it has been years since I’ve spoken to him, I often remember our time together at Financial Technologies. He was a good colleague and a great guy.

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