Joy A. Crouch

June 19, 2015
Joy A. Crouch, 66; of Fulton has joined the angels in song. Joy was born March 9, 1949 in Oswego, NY to the late Nelson and Lucinda (McGregor) Jodway. She was pre-deceased by her infant son Christopher and brother Nelson Jodway Jr. Mrs. Crouch and her husband Raymond have been honorary members of the CNYBA for many years. She loved to share her singing and songwriting with the public and she had been a musical enjoyment to many. Mrs. Crouch is survived by her husband of 32 years Raymond C. Crouch of Fulton, children: David Gray of Oswego, Timothy Gray of Oswego, Veronica Gray of Oswego and Rose Angela Dupree of Pulaski, her siblings: Barbara Chvola, Cheryl Prichard and Gary Jodway all of Oswego and 7 stepchildren one of whom Cynthia (Crouch) Bouffard gave Joy loving and tender care during her final days. Mrs. Crouch is also survived by 8 grandchildren. She considered them to be the bright lights in her life. A Memorial Service will be held 11:00 AM Thursday, July 2nd at Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church, Volney with Rev. Shawn Porter officiating. Burial will be held privately in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. The Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S., Fulton has care of the arrangements.

3 thoughts on “Joy A. Crouch

  1. Dear Crouch Family: It breaks our hearts when death separates us from the ones we love so much. We are reminded in the Bible that God sees our pain and sorrow and has promised that soon death will be done away with…swallowed up forever.(Isaiah 25:8) He will mend our broken hearts by resurrecting our precious loved ones to life again.(John 6:40) I hope in the days ahead as you reflect on Joy’s life, and the wonderful memories left behind, that you will also find comfort in God’s promises to us for the near future. I am so sorry for your loss.

  2. Dear David, Timothy, Rosie and Ronnie,
    Please know that my heart is saddened to learn of the loss of your mother. We had a very special relationship (all of us) many years ago and it still brings me great joy to think of the fun we had on our outings and picnics. You were all very little and you have no idea how much you gave me that prepared me to raise a family and do the work that I do. You will always hold very special places in my heart. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. My mother, brother and sister send their condolences, too, as do my own children and grandchildren. God is always good and always loving and merciful. Your Mom is with God and you are in His loving care. Think only of good and fond memories and pass along all the good things you learned from your Mom. She will always be with you, as will my love and prayers. Love, Ted Hanley (409) 682 6218

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