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Nancy Albright (Crowthers) VIEW PROFILE



Nancy L (nee Ante) 68 of Sycamore Twp., passed away Saturday September 29, 2012 at her residence. Beloved wife of Thomas Crowthers. Mrs. Crowthers was the first secretary of the Deer Park Soccer Program and a member of the Hartzell United Methodist Church 8999 Applewood Drive Blue Ash, OH 45236 where visitation will be Friday October 5th 12:30-1:30pm with funeral at 1:30pm at the church with Pastor Robert Roberts presiding.

Caring mother of Steven (Christine), Brad (Lisa) and Doug (Lois) Crowthers. Proud grandmother of Joshua, Autumn, Jessica, Samantha and Michael. Beloved sister of David Albright, Patricia Wallace, William Ante, Mary Ann Neissel and Joseph Ante.

Memorials suggested to Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and online guest-book at WWW.STALEYFUNERALHOME.CO



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10/01/12 12:03 PM #1    

Bob Jacobs

This from Nancy's son Doug.

For all of my life, my mother has not been healthy by any means. She is a two time cancer survivor, full kidney failure with 2-1/2 years on dialysis (4x a week), & more back/nerve issues than I can count. Through this all, she never complained or put herself in front of others. Her family & friends were always first! 

On 9/22/2012, she had a stoke that paralyized her left side. This was the last fight she took on & she decided to go her way & on her terms. We brought her home on Thursday night & she spent a lovely Friday with her childhood friends & family. Her last request was to spend time outside to get fresh air & see her flowers. This was a wish we granted & provided the attached picture. 

She passed peaceful this morning at 7:30 AM with my Dad by her side & family surrounding her then and all through the night. She graced us with one last open eyes & a tear down her face. She was an amazing women, wife & mother that will never be forgotten! 

Please keep my Dad in your prayers & our family, as well!

06/22/14 09:00 PM #2    

Marsha Goldsmith (Zahler)

Doug, you wrote a wonderful tribute to your mother. I remember Nancy in high school, and she was very sweet and friendly. It's nice to know that despite her health issues, she led a productive life with a family who loved her very much. It is apparent that she was a strong and caring woman. My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.

Marsha Goldsmith Zahler

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