Esther Crouch 93
Passed away on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at New Lexington-Genesis Health Care Center.
She was born May 11, 1924 in Obetz, the daughter of the late Daniel and Ina Benson Haynes. She was a retired employee of GM and loved to play cards, puzzles, quilt, knit and plastic canvas. She was a member of the Eagles Auxiliary.
She is survived by her children, Ed (Terri) Rose of Corning and Carol (Don Cain) Rose. Three grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Numerous step great and great great grandchildren. Sisters, Maryann Hardin and Betty Cline. Brothers, Karl Haynes and James Haynes.
Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Crouch, and sisters, Mae Spangler and Hooch Haynes.
No calling hours will be observed.
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I am so very sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in God's sure promise of a resurrection as set forth in the Bible. (Acts 24:15; John 5:28,29) Those who are raised to life will have the prospect of never again being subject to misery, sickness, or death. (Revelation 21:4) I hope that reflecting on these thoughts will give you some relief during this difficult time.
Submitted by K on Jan 17 2018 11:14:36 PM
Esther was my favorite person. I looked forward to going to work just to be with her. She always made me laugh which helped my day go by faster. She has 2 amazing kids that love her very much. They were there daily to eat lunch with her and spend time with her. Which just goes to show you how much love and compassion they have for her. She would light up every time her son would bring her dog Nickie or his dog Jack in for a visit. Jack was her son’s shadow so he was there everyday. He kind of became the nursing home dog. Once you meet this amazing family it’s hard not to fall in love with them. Every once in a while Esther would ask me when she was going home so I would tell her she is home. She lives with me now. I would say “it’s just you and me until the end” and she would get a big smile on her face and say “good I’m with my friend”. I’m going to miss her smile, her laugh, her cute chubby cheeks. The way she would tell us that we took really good care of her. That’s not something we hear a lot being nursing aids so it always made me feel really good. She is my girl and I was hers. I will never forget Esther Marie Crouch. My heart breaks knowing that she has passed but I’m so grateful for having the opportunity of knowing and loving her.
Submitted by Montana Garey on Jan 9 2018 12:58:24 AM
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