Delois Crumm

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Delois Crumm

<p>Delois Crumm was born on March 12, 1942 in a small house in Rockvale,&nbsp;CO to James and Pauline Trogden (Swift). She was their only daughter out of four children. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great- grandmother, aunt and great aunt and uncle to 1&nbsp;(this isn’t a typo). </p><p>Delois is preceded in death by her parents, James and Pauline Trogden; her three brothers, Lloyd, Alfred (Butch) and Delbert Trogden; her grandparents and great-grandparents on both sides of the family.<br> She leaves behind two daughters, Christina Crumm of Canon City, CO and Joyce (Dave) Foster of Williamsburg, CO; six grandchildren, Amanda (Mike) Vinck of Belton, MO, Jennifer Bell of Ozark, MO, Drue Foster of Penrose, CO, Dustin Foster of Spokane, WA, Mike (Shannon) Carney of Canon City, CO and Jordan (Rena Anderson) of Colorado Springs, CO; 9 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.<br> Delois attended Oak Creek Southern Baptist Church in Rockvale for many years and was involved in several functions and activities at the church. She was an avid crocheter and taught several people to crochet and made many beautiful things and a lot of her work was gifted to friends and family. She belonged to a local organization called Stitch and Give and made many things to be donated to several organizations. </p><p>The past 11 years she lived at Villa Canyon Apartments in Canon City. She was a very social and active person and enjoyed spending time at the clubhouse and the potlucks and activities there. She loved family gatherings and enjoyed when the great-grandkids were around because&nbsp;she loved watching their antics. She was adventurous and liked to go sightseeing, and especially loved the fall leaf rides she took with her church every year. </p><p>She had several jobs throughout her years but her favorite job was being a CNA because she had a heart for caring for people. She was an active member of the Rebecca’s for several years and served as Nobel Grand in the organization. She loved her Lays potato chips, pork rinds, olives and bologna sandwiches. Delois enjoyed coloring in adult coloring books and doing word search and crossword puzzles, she also collected several types of dolls. At one point, she had over 400. Her favorite color was purple and she loved lilacs. Delois was an avid angel collector and she loved her deer and Elvis Presley. At one time she was an avid rock collector (this was her favorite vacation pastime). She was an avid television watcher and enjoyed a variety of television shows, she also enjoyed sitting on her daughter Joyce’s deck and watching the colorful birds and listening to their beautiful music. </p><p>Her last days were spent at Skyline Ridge Nursing Home where she met several nice people and became friends with a few of them. She enjoyed the activities there and was involved in a lot of them. Delois passed peacefully in her sleep on Thursday, May 31, 2024. She will truly be missed as she was a very special lady and loved by many. Her memory will be in our hearts forever. </p><p>Her celebration of life will be at Pathfinder Park Pavilion (playground side not the building) on Friday, June 14, 2024 at 12:30 p.m. Please bring your memories of her to share with us. </p>
March 12, 1942 - May 31, 202403/12/194205/31/2024
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Katie Rodrigues (friend of Drue)

June 10, 2024

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She was my most favorite patient. I enjoyed taking care of her and she always left me with a smile. My deepest condolences.