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LaVerna Jean Crim Obituary
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August 16, 2018

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August 17, 2017
My condolences to all of Mrs. Crim's family. God bless.
August 17, 2017
LaVerna Crim, my grandmother, a/k/a Kermit Grandma, was the kindest, most selfless, most loving woman a grandson could ever hope for. It didn't matter what time of day or night, if I wanted to talk to grandma, she gave her full and undivided attention. She loved her grandkids more than can be expressed in mere words, and I am heartbroken over her passing. I can't like it! My grandma loved: singing; traveling, especially in the mountains; hiking; looking for wildlife; birdwatching; feeding her family; talking with her family; documenting her family; playing game with her family; and I'm pretty sure she was the biggest fan the Rock Band ever had. My grandma taught me: how to swim, especially the back-float; how to use a rotary phone; what in the world an 8-track was; what different birds looked like; how to clear up cuts quickly; that having marshmallows with hot choc was always the best way to go; how to use a camera; and that is was perfectly acceptable to laugh hysterically to the point of falling on the floor in uncontrollable convulsions. When I was a little boy, and couldn't yet read, I played a round of the Game of Life with grandma. I spun the wheel and landed on a square and she read it to me. It said: Pay $500 for a new set of choppers! I had no idea what that meant, but I knew instantly that it was completely absurd and hilarious. I fell on the floor laughing, and she did the same. I have never laughed harder. Grandma! I miss you so much. We all miss you. We love you, and you will never be forgotten. Love, your no. 1 grandson.
August 16, 2017
LaVerna sang under my direction with the Raytown Chorus. I was so impressed with her resilience with the cancer. She was and will always be one of the most loving, sweetest, sincerest, lovely lady I will always know. My heart is broken. So sudden and after such a struggle. But, one would never know she was ill. A funny memoriable story. When I took over the chorus I misplaced my keys. I asked all the women to check their purses. No one had them. After the rehearsal I asked for everyone to check purses and pockets. LaVerna had my keys! She was a bit embarrassed and so when I took them from her I told her she didn't have to hide my keys I would have gone on a date with her anyway! What a blessing in my life. My prayers are with you and yours. I still can't believe she's not with us. We always shared a hug. I'm moving my mother in with us this weekend so I regret and am sad I can't attend her service.