Sarah Lee Detzler
Sarah lost her fight on Sunday, April 7, 2019. She had shown great strength and had overcome many obstacles that were placed in front of her. Sarah is survived by her common-law husband of 36 years Rod Crouse, their four children; Ashley Deaville, Bryan Crouse, Chelsey Crouse, Noelle Detzler, ten grandchildren, father Garfield (Gary) Detzler, brother’s Gary and Jason. Sarah surprised everyone with her strength in this battle overcoming one obstacle just to have another placed in front of her, in which she would tackle. Sarah was surrounded with so much love and support that she never wanted for anything. The family is grateful that we got to grant Sarah’s last request before she joined her mother, and is now watching over everyone she loved with all her heart. Sarah’s greatest joy was being together with family; nothing gave her more happiness than being part of her “grandkids” life and watching them grow, tell her stories about their day or whatever they wanted to say to her; this always put the biggest smile on her face. Sarah was proud of each of her four children and would always be telling whoever she was talking to about them. She loved them unconditionally and was always there for them, with their hardships and struggles; even if it was only to listen to what they needed to vent about. Sarah was always thinking about her family before herself right to the end. She worried about her Dad and wished she could help him out, with whatever was needed. She worried about her children and wanted to be more involved; her grandchildren got everything she was able to give. Sarah worried about her husband doing too much in caring for her, the house and working. All of us loved her very deeply and did whatever she required, needed and wanted, because she deserved nothing but the best. Even though our hearts are heavy, we know that Sarah is still watching over all of us and she is our “Guardian Angel”, we love you and miss you very much.