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In this difficult world, at this sad time, a Lancaster pediatrician teaches us in death how to give life to others

Dr. Ronald V. Krak, 62, “a longtime Lancaster pediatrician known for compassionate care and attention to detail,” died Aug. 5 at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital from injuries suffered the previous Saturday in a bicycle accident, LNP | LancasterOnline’s Jeff Hawkes reported last week. “Krak, who practiced at Roseville Pediatrics in Manheim Township for 33 years, was a biking enthusiast who often made trips of 25 or more miles,” Hawkes noted. Krak was a graduate of Penn State College of Medicine and completed a residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

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