Gordon Crumb Obituary, Death – Age 78. The event that took place on May 18, 2002, took place in Melvindale, which served as the setting for the occasion. During the entirety of their marriage, Gwendoline’s husband served as both a loving companion and a prized property for her. A respected member of the community who is also a doting father to his children, Gordon T. (Lisa), and David. Both Daniel P. O’Brien, Rhonda’s stepfather, and Mary S. Reynolds, Rhonda’s doctor, have a soft spot in their hearts for one another. Mary S. Reynolds is Rhonda’s physician. The woman who gave birth to Rhonda is married to Rhonda’s stepfather.

My heartfelt condolences go out to Shirley Ann (Donald) Bush, Barbara L. Montgomery, Donald J. Musgrove, Virginia I. (Robert) Musgrove, and William L. (Gladys) Musgrove, as well as the rest of the Musgrove family. I am sorry for the loss that has been inflicted upon you. He is the sincere cousin of Emmett, who is also sincere, and the sincere nephew of Emory, who is sincere as well. In addition, she leaves behind eight grandkids, in addition to a substantial number of nieces and nephews resulting from past partnerships. She is survived by her family. She was the matriarch of a large family and she presided over its affairs.

On Tuesday evening at 7:30 o’clock, funeral services are going to be performed at the Voran Funeral Home (Allen Park Chapel), which is located at 5900 Allen Rd. in case you need the address. On Tuesday, the family will receive visitors beginning at two in the afternoon and continuing until nine o’clock in the evening. The service that will be held tonight by the Veterans of Foreign Wars will begin at eight o’clock. Both the funeral and the burial took place in the cemetery of Our Lady of Hope, which was also the location of both events. At one time in the past, Mr. Crumb served as the Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6032 in Melvindale.