Robert Crompton

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Crompton Robert Crompton, 78, of West Jefferson, passed away at home after a 7 month battle with anaplastic thyroid cancer. He was born August 25, 1935 in Columbus, Ohio, a son of Thomas and Thelma (Kolber) Crompton. He was employed by the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority for 33 years and also worked as a private contractor for 25 years. He was a proud member of the United States Marine Corps Reserves for 8 years. Mr. Crompton belonged to the Trinity United Methodist Church in Lilly Chapel, coached many years with Fairfield Township Baseball and Football. He was a boy scout leader and also a leader with Camp Fire Girls at Camp Madison. He had a home made carnival for churches, special olympics, and fairs to use for charity events exclusively. Was the world's best "Baton" dad and was 'tricker treater' extraordinaire of Lilly Chapel. Bob's most important legacy: That everybody would please pay forward by helping the youth. Bob is survived by wife, Beulah (Stuckey) Crompton; children, Robert Andrew (Joyce) Crompton of Ashville, Lt. Col. (Ret) Cathryn Crompton Risi (BG Michele Risi) Rome, Italy, Sheri (Jim) Mascolino of North Canton, Victoria Crompton-Labounty of Kingsville, Ohio; grandchildren: Craig, Richard, Nicole, Brian, Tom, Michael, Marco, Heidi, and Jack; 13 great grand-children; sisters, Mary Lou Davis of London, Marge Marlow of Redmond, Washington; many dear friends. Preceded in death by his parents, brother Richard Crompton, son-in-law Stephen LaBounty. The family invited friends to call at the RADER-LYNCH & DODDS FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE, 124 E. High St., London, Sunday, from 2-5 p.m., where a funeral service will be celebrated Monday, 11 a.m. Interment will follow in the Deercreek Township Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent to the:

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124 East High Street
London, OH 43140
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Published in The Columbus Dispatch on May 17, 2014
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