Juanita Ann (Crawford) DiTommaso

Born: 07/07/1942 Passed:

Juanita Ann (Crawford) DiTommaso, age 78, passed away Thursday December 10, 2020 at OakHill Manor Nursing Home in Louisville, Ohio after a short illness. Juanita was born on July 7, 1942 in Canton, Ohio to the late Bert and Helen (Nowgoski) Crawford. She married William DiTommaso on April 18, 1964 and had four children. Juanita was known for her charismatic and fun-loving attitude and while she was still able, she was always faithful in her church attendance, most recently at Bethel Church in Tallmadge, Ohio.

In addition to her parents, Juanita is preceded in death by her brother Charles.

She leaves behind her children, Julie (Dave) Cottrell, Billy DiTommaso, Mary (Randy) Haren and Tony DiTommaso; grandchildren, Danielle, Amanda and Travis; two great-grandchildren; sister, Betty (Pete) Mazak; and sister-in-law Pat Crawford.

A private family service will be held at Sandy Valley Cemetery in Waynesburg, Ohio.


5 Tributes to Juanita Ann (Crawford) DiTommaso

  1. Roxanne (Cooper) Greenleaf says:

    Thinking of y’all as you mourn, take comfort that she is rejoicing with her loving husband.

  2. Toni Marie Morgan. says:

    My memory is that she was a very sweet family member i was very young but I remember a lot of my family members and she was always very nice to me and a beautiful woman.. and I will never forget she will always be in our hearts never to be forgotten..????????????????????

  3. Anonymous says:

    Juanita was a good friend and we shared many prayer requests. I prayed for her and her family and she prayed for me and mine. She was a brave pray warrior, her pain never won over her faith. Her trust in the Lord Jesus was a blessing.

  4. Tracey Psaris says:

    Oh Mary I’m so sorry for your loss! Can’t believe that both of our mothers went to Heaven about the same time. You and your family have our Deepest Sympathy,
    The Psaris Family

    • Mary Haren says:

      Thanks Tracy. I was so devastated when I heard about your mom.
      My heart still hurts. Our faith will get us through.

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