Irene Bronner Death, Obituary – Irene Cause of Death

Irene Bronner Death

Irene Bronner Obituary, Death Cause:  has sadly and unexpectedly passed away leaving family, closer relatives, and other loved ones in total devastation and sadness. family and friends were devasted when Irene passed away.

On Sunday, October 16th, Irene Bronner, 95, died. She and her husband founded Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan, the largest Christmas store in the world. Wally, her spouse, passed away in 200

Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland is located at 25 Christmas Ln, Frankenmuth, MI 48734.

Irene Bronner Cause of Death

With modest beginnings, Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland swiftly expanded via multiple additions to become the largest Christmas store in the world, with 27 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. However, the journey has always been about CHRIST and “painting hearts with peace and love,” according to its creator Wally Bronner.

Wally worked solely on days “that end in Y,” as he usually quipped, and was a regular at Bronner’s. His friendly face and humorous stories made everyone he met smile. Since his passing in 2002, millions of visitors have seen Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, continuing his legacy.

Irene Bronner Obituary

Irene Bronner, an obituary, has been released for her. Her family and friends are in our prayers during this difficult time. Still, unfortunately, we have not yet received any updates about funeral arrangements for the dead person.


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