Dana Crespino Obituary, Death – Dana Ralph Crespino was a resident of Washington Court House, Ohio at the time of his dying on Saturday, January 21, 2023 at 12:09 a.m. He had reached the age of 68 years old at the time of his passing. He had been a resident at Court House Manor since the 15th of July, 2021, the day he passed away there. Ralph and Janice Krokum Crespino became parents for the first time on April 26, 1954, in the community of West Point, New York. Their child was named Ralph Jr. They decided to give their daughter the name Janice. Before making the move to Washington Court House in 2019, he had spent the most of his life in Satellite Beach,
which is found in the state of Florida. This move to Washington Court House took place in 2019. In the past, he had been the owner and operator of the building company known as Jungle Works, which had an aesthetic that was inspired by the jungle. Dana enjoyed doing things like fishing and creating in addition to spending time in the fresh air and natural beauty of the great outdoors. Both his sister Blythe Helcema and his previous wife, the former Virginia L. Springer, who was married to Dana and passed away on February 2, 2019, came before his death.
Those who survived him include his three children, Kylie Lanman and her husband Justin of Washington Court House,
Aaron K. Crespino of Columbus, and Jennifer Semple and her husband John of Blacklick, Ohio; seven grandchildren, Liam Lanman, Hayden, Loreli and Maura Crespino, Doug Fawcett, Skyler Bullock and Alexyss Bullock; and two sisters, Laurie Stealey of Palm Bay, Florida, and Doria Crespino of Indiana Harbor Beach “I have triumphantly crossed the finish line in the race; while it was difficult, I gave it my best and was able to win. I have in no way strayed from the path that should have been followed.” in the book of 2 Timothy, verses 4-7 Only by the grace and mercy of God was Dana able to cross the finish line after putting in such a valiant effort; otherwise, she would have been eliminated.
She had been sprinting at such a rapid pace that she had used up all of her available resources. Due to the fact that he put his faith in Jesus to save him, he is currently enjoying in paradise along with his savior and the loved ones who passed away before he did. Dana leaves behind a legacy that is not only filled to the brim with love, but also one that is bubbling with a tremendous enthusiasm for life. He had a long and interesting life that was full of artistic endeavors, labor that was physically demanding, and exciting adventures. Because of his always upbeat and steady demeanor, the people he cared about experienced joy and laughter, and he left them with memories that they would carry with them for the rest of their lives.
In accordance with his instructions, he will be cremated, and memorial services will be performed at a later date in both Ohio and Florida.
Because Dana cared deeply about the fight against ALS, her family has asked that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be donated to the organization; she would have appreciated your support. Your gifts should be mailed to the following address, thank you: Arlington, Virginia 22209, 1300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 600. At this time, the Kirkpatrick Funeral Home in Washington Court House, which has been entrusted with the management of all of the necessary arrangements, is in charge of taking care of all that has to be done.