REID HARRISON KRUCKY
Reid Harrison Krucky, born May 1, 1996, died April 17, 2013 in a tragic accident near his home. Born in Chisinau, Moldova, he was welcomed into the Krucky family and moved to Hawaii in October 1997. In 1999 the family relocated to Bainbridge Island, WA where Reid attended Blakely Elementary School. It was there he developed a love for the outdoors including skiing, hiking, crabbing, boating, fishing and biking. In July 2003, he moved back to Honolulu where he attended Kamiloiki School, Niu Valley Middle School and was currently enrolled as a sophomore at Kaiser High School. He played Junior Varsity football for Kaiser, #17. As a teenager, he took up paddle boarding, snowboarding, basketball, and anything involving Hawaii’s beaches. Reid had fun with dance, music and filming. He became accomplished in whatever sport or activity he tried. Reid had a passion for outdoor adventure. Although he liked school, his favorite time of year was, not surprisingly, summer vacation when he could be found hiking on Mt. Rainier and inner-tubing on Lake Chelan in Washington, crabbing at Glebe Harbor in Maryland, or fishing in upstate New York. Reid was adventurous and fun loving and no antic was too silly, especially if it tormented his constant companion and older brother, Kyle. He always had a smile that he shared with everyone. His family and friends will forever be grateful for the joy he brought into our lives. We will miss him every day. Reid is survived by an extended family who loved him deeply, including his mother Dana Anderson, his father Anton Krucky, his stepmother Julie Krucky, his stepfather Moses Garcia, his brother Kyle Krucky, his stepsisters Tonia Smith, Giselle Garcia, Ariel Garcia, and Natalya Garcia, his stepbrothers Dr. Kekoa Smith, Scott Smith, Junior Farm, Ulumano Farm and Jude Farm, his grandmothers Patricia Goetz and Jackie Anderson….and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and his beloved Golden Retriever-Junior. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Reid Krucky Memorial Fund c/o the Hawaiian Humane Society, 2700 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96826. Reid lives on through the miracle of organ donation and a celebration of Reid’s life will take place on Sunday, April 28, City Church of Honolulu located at the Honolulu Central Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 2313 Nuuanu Avenue. Viewing at 2:00 PM, service at 3:00 PM. In Reid’s honor, attire is casual or board shorts. For a look at Reid’s life, you may go online to Borthwickoahu.com.