Noah Crase

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CRASE, Noah passed away on April 13, 2010. He was preceded in death by his mother Pearlie Crase and his father James Crase. Also preceding him in death were 3 sisters Myrtle Deaton, Bessie Smallwood, and Ethel Davidson. He was born in Barwick, KY. on December 10, 1934 and lived in the Franklin/Springboro area for many years. He retired from the Springboro Post Office. He was a great banjo player. He had performed with several bands, one being Bill Monroes Bluegrass Boys. He also loved to fish, hunt, and cook. He is survived by his loving wife Elena Crase, 2 sons Derek (Regina) Crase of Clay City, KY, Noah James "Jimmy" Crase of Franklin; 1 daughter Alicia (Charles) Neville of Germantown; 1 step daughter Lisa (Steve) George of Middletown; 2 grandsons Jimmy (Stacy) Crase, Matthew (Christy) Crase; 1 granddaughter Holly Crase; 1 step grandson Marshall George, 2 great granddaughters, 1 great grandson, 1 sister Katherine Toler of Crosby, TX; 2 brothers Claude (Marcie) Crase of Carlisle, John Crase of Phoenix, AZ. He was a member of Spring Hill Church of Christ. Funeral services are Saturday April 17, 2010 at 11am at Anderson Funeral Home 1357 E. 2nd St Franklin, OH with Bob Stacy officiating. Burial will be in Woodhill Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday from 5-8pm at the funeral home. Donations may be made to Hospice of Middletown. Please visit www.anderson-fh.com to send an on line condolence.

Published by Journal-News on Apr. 15, 2010.
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The world has grown a little quite with the passing of my friend.With the miles we traveled and the laughter we shared, The memories will never fade.A true legend has grown silent.But more than anything i will miss my friend.


Clarence Kelly
Clarence Kelly
April 15, 2010
i met noah about 10 or so years ago at his home on a friends guess noah could help me while i was learning to play my banjo. i'm left handed, but noah gave me the confidence to keep on with a few little tips. my heart goes out to the family and i will alwya be in debt to him for his help.
tim sebastian
April 15, 2010
To Claude and the rest of the Crase family. I am very sorry to hear about Noah. As you know, he gave me my first and only banjo lesson. I was an avid follower of him and his skill on the banjo. Although I got back to Ohio once or twice a year and always asked about Noah, no one seemed to know where he was or how he was doing. I am really sorry that I did not get to see and listen to him at least one more time over the last 15 or so years. Bluegrass lost a great musician.

Larry Logsdon, Gainesville, Va
April 15, 2010
So sorry to hear of Noah's death he will surely be missed by lot's of people who cared for him, jim and i are sure included in that number. our thought's and prayers are with the family.
JIM&GLADYS BEAVERS
April 15, 2010
To Noah's family I was sorry to hear of your loss I remember when he delivered our mail in springboro he will be greatly missed my prayers are with you all
Karen Woolery
April 15, 2010
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