Condolence: Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Mr. Crimmel. I understand how you feel as I lost my mother Helen Lois (Crimmel) Sieber on Palm Sunday. Your Jon and my mother were 3rd cousins, both born in Port Royal. Their common ancestors were their great grandparents William Watson and Margaret Crimmel. You can ask Kay Leach about our family. I'm certain Mr. Crimmel would have known my Uncle Robert Crimmel very well as they were both born in 1938 and went to Tuscarora Valley High School together.
John R. Sieber
Condolence: I am very sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you in this difficult time. One encouraging thought you might find comforting is found at John 5:28, 29. “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” God gives us this beautiful hope that he will soon resurrect our dead loved ones and we can see them again on a paradise earth. If you’d like to learn more about this hope, feel free to visit JW.org.
Condolence: I am so sorry for your loss. I only knew Jon as a customer at RS Osgood & Sons. He was such a nice man. I am very thankful to have known him and to have met such a delightful person. My heart goes out to his entire family, and we will sure miss him as a customer! God Bless!
Condolence: We send our condolences to family and friends of Jon. He was a good friend.
He and Percis came to Hair Affair for many years. Shared stories of travel and hiking & camping. Trips south to visit Jon's family. They enjoyed life on earth as they will in heaven.
We will always have fond memories of them. They were family to us as we shared Native Am. Jewelry party's with Perts sisters...and the men joined in
as well.....good food and happy days for all.
Love & Hugs to all.....we will miss them both....may they rest in peace.
Condolence: I had the pleasure of working on the machinery in the department that Jon helped run at Carleton Woolen Mills in Winthrop (Inspection Dept.) Jon was always pleasant, reasonable, and respectful to me. That was not always true in the mill in general. I will miss seeing him when he occasionally shopped at Hannaford's in Winthrop. You have earned your rest, Jon.