• Schimunek Funeral Home
    Nottingham, MD
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John Stewart Croucher 1922 - 2012

John Stewart Croucher

Wednesday, June 06, 2012
My Dearest Josie,
My heart sank in sorrow, as I read of John's passing. I'm so sorry for your loss. John had such a beautiful spirit, full of compassion, a great sense of humor, and a hard worker. May the wonderful memories that the two of you, and your family shared comfort you at this difficult time.
Tuesday, June 05, 2012
I worked in Engineering Service with John at Fort Howard VA Hospital. When I first arrived there in June 1971 John welcomed me and took an interest in me. John calmed me when I needed it and put a gentle foot in my behind when I needed that! John was a fantastic role model.

John understood & appreciated the Veterans that needed services at Fort Howard! I witnessed John working directly with many veterans. It was always clear to me that John was not just doing a job, he was connecting with those veterans on a personal level. The veterans appreciated and trusted John Croucher!

John Croucher was a humble individual. John was mild mannered & genuine

John was so proud of his family. He would come to work and tell us all about Josie's accomplishments. John would name each of his children and give us a regular update for their progress in school and life. But John also took time to listen and ask questions about our families.

John Croucher was a very special person in my life at Fort Howard. I will always remember John & his Mayfield home telephone number (410-732-1877)
Friday, June 01, 2012
Celebrate a long life, well lived. Cherish those memories. So sorry for your loss and I know we just met merely a month ago, but I wanted to express my condolences and I am thinking about you Terri and your family!
Friday, June 01, 2012
We are thinking of you all and praying that you find peace in this difficult time. Your father was such a kind, happy person and his happiness was infectious. We are honored to have known him.

With love,
Maureen, Mark, Colleen and Lauren Martin
Friday, June 01, 2012
Josie, Just thinking of John brings a smile.to my face. My fondest memories are when you, John, Warren and myself would go out to dinner to celebrate our achievements in nursing school. And John would say, Nursing is an honorble profession . Such a wonderful person will not be forgotten. Marlene Schildgen
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