Dennis Keith Crocker
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Dennis Keith Crocker
Girard - Dennis Keith Crocker, 75, of Girard, passed away April 17, 2021 after a brief battle with Cancer.
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Published in Morning Sun from Apr. 19 to Apr. 20, 2021.
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April 21, 2021
We are so sorry to hear of Denny's passing. The Crocker family and Taylor family friendship goes back 60+ years. We boarded their pony Peanuts,; got our favorite pet dog, a beautiful Irish Setter from them; and spent many, many long weekends at Red Eleven Port at Grand Lake with their family. Denny and his brothers would ski, swim, and dance the weekends away. The Taylor and Crocker memories are many. Our deepest sympathy goes out to your family with love and prayers from the Taylor family (Mary, Montie, Mike, and Mark)
Mary Taylor Clark
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April 20, 2021
So Sad as he was always so full of life while we were growing up. We were not that close even though we are cousins as he worked in the supermarket his father built and I was working for various local farmers, mostly Warren Murphy until I graduated college in 1970 and left the area. Denny, like me was a motorcycle enthusiast and rode far and wide. We met his wife, Mary, while having lunch with Marjorie in May 2017 and she told us he had just left on his bike for a trip to the Rocky Mountains. Would have loved to have seen him then.

May the Good Lord Bless and Keep his Soul! Prayers to Mary and Family!
Roger E Christian
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