Dru Kranshan

Born: 02/19/1958 Passed:

Dru Kranshan

Sunday August 13th an amazing spirit, Dru Kranshan, 59, left her life of service on earth to continue her duties as a princess of the most high in heaven. Dru was preceded in death by her parents, Jeanette and Alton Forman. She is survived by her children; Thomas, Elizabeth, and Alton (grandson- Oli); her daughter-in-law Tricia; her siblings; Debbie, Diane, Denise, Julie, and Tony; and her nieces, Ali, Bethany, and Natalie.

Memorial services followed by a lunch will be held Saturday August 26th at 2:00 pm at Riverwood Chapel, 1407 Fairchild Ave, Kent Ohio 44224.

She touched everyone’s life that she came into contact with, whether you were friends, knew her from “the rooms”, or crossed paths at the grocery store.  Dru’s presence was uplifting. She gave all that she could to help anyone in need, and if she had nothing to give she gave her time.

She will be deeply missed by all of her friends and family. We will always remember her and carry forward the spirit she possessed. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society





5 Tributes to Dru Kranshan

  1. Lori Busch says:

    Ill miss Dru’s contageous smile, hugs, and “the Godly moments” she shared with everyone. She enjoyed talking about Jesus, you’d think Jesus was by her side. She can now walk in a prettier land, sing louder, and love Bigger while holding God’s hand, daughter, Princess, of the most highest God. Thank you for your God incidence moments, dance freely, I Will Miss You, ????????????

  2. Kat says:

    Julie, so sorry for you and your famils loss.My heart is with you…

  3. Kelly Leacoma says:

    Dru was a beautiful, fun, loving, courageous woman. She loved and was loved by so many. She will be extremely missed. She is with our father now and I can’t wait to see her again. God bless her friends and family during this difficult time.

  4. Dennis says:

    Having known Dru for many years I have many fond memories of times spent with her.

    The one I have I have thought of many times over the past week is the one I would like to share.

    January 15, 2015 – I was in a bad place both mentally and physically. I was returning to my office and pulling in the parking lot as Dru was getting in her car to leave. We chatted briefly and I invited her to come in for some coffee and fellowship, she accepted but said she only had a few minutes. About two hours later as Dru got up to leave, she came around my desk, laid a hand on each shoulder, and prayed with and for me….powerful and comforting memory I will never forget. Thank you ‘Drudywho’ !

    Please know my thoughts and prayers are with anyone who is suffering from this loss.

  5. Gina Campisi says:

    Diane, im so very sorry for your loss of your beautiful sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time.

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