Our thoughts and prayers are with the Crousen family and friends. Reo was a wonderful neighbor. I will always remember the day he offered me some of his chicken on an election day when I was standing in the cold weather at our precinct voting location. Always a friendly wave when driving by, always working out in his yard, and visiting with him when walking our dog Angel. He will be dearly missed.
Uncle Reo was our hero and friend. We will miss him so much but will live life to the fullest because he taught us to do just that! Thanks for the love and laughs Uncle we love you so much!
REO was a tried and tested Vetern of D Day we discussed his trial many times and he would never forget his time during those first days of D Day. He was a great guy and a pleasure to have known him as well as worked with him. Another one of the great generation has passed on.
REO MADE ALL THE WOMEN AT THE WATER DEPT LAUGH WITH HIS STORIES...HE WOULD WRITE US NOTES ALL THE TIME ABOUT HIS DANCING NIGHTS OUT...THE ANGELS ARE PROBABLY LAUGHING WITH HIM RIGHT NOW
I was a neighbor of Reo since 1963. However, I knew him prior to that at General Dynamics. I always knew him to be a good neighbor and friend as well as a fellow Mason. He lived a long life. May he rest in peace and God bless him.