Wayne Crouch

July 18, 1948 ~ October 4, 2022

Wayne R. Crouch, 74, of Farmington passed away October 4, 2022. He was born July 18, 1948 in Bonne Terre to the late Louie and Rowena (Flanery) Crouch. Wayne proudly served his country in the United States Army. He was a member of the Farmington VFW Post 5896.

In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by one brother, Howard Crouch.

Wayne is survived by his wife, Christie (Morgan) Crouch; six children, Brandy (Josh) Chisholm; Angela Clifton, Anthony Crouch, Kimberly (Mike) Graves, Stacey (Joe) Corringan, Jason (Jessica) Vuylsteke; thirteen grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brother, Paul (Teri) Crouch; sister, Ann Cheshire.

Services will be private under the direction of C.Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home – Taylor Chapel in Farmington.

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  1. Christie and family:
    Thinking of you  and lifting your family up in prayers during this time of grief. Wayne was alway cheerful and a delight to take care of.  We will miss him.  
    Dr. Everardo and Pam Lopez 

  2. To the Crouch family ;I’m so sorry to hear about Wayne’s passing  as you know we were work partners (20 plus years)  in that time really grew to appreciate Wayne’s intelligence also while having a great sense of humor.We shared a lot of personal thoughts  and times together. Must say really enjoyed time at the lake camping and boating together with the families.AkA: “The Fabulous Leaner“will be missed  Thoughts and prayers to  all the family 😇

  3. Oh my Wayno, so many memories!! My heart is broke, you and Chrissy were mine and Sam best friends. Sure will miss our sunday motorcycle rides. All our wonderful times together, I will be here for chrissy always. I love you.

  4. Sure going to miss you daddy. Our hearts are broken but we know your suffering is over. The kids will miss their papaw. Most importantly Karlee will miss her phone calls with her favorite person. I will always keep your memory alive so they never forget. Thank you for my love of Bob Sieger, witty comebacks and steak n shake burgers with chilli 3 ways! Don't worry I'll take care of momma. Love you so much-Brandy girl

  5. Our deepest sympathy to the Crouch family.
    I worked with you for many years, we rode together, laughed and had many good times. From both of us RIP.

  6. Christie & family, we are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and in our hearts..  Hugs
    David & Kathy Rhodes 

  7. Dad, I wish we would have had more time together. I cherish all of your letters and our father daughter talks. We both loved the early mornings and I always think of you as I watch the sun come up. I will miss you and love you forever.

  8. Well Wayne Boy, Christy did exactly as you asked, little to no ceremony at all. You've had a rough 5-6 years with Dialysis Wayne, we know it could not have been easy. However, you have left us with many wonderful memories and some not so wonderful, LOL. We've had some unforgettable poker games, many, one of which you literally passed out from laughing so hard. You certainly had a way with words and phrases, your bother uses them daily. Our hearts are broken but you are no longer in pain.
    RIP Wayne Boy, you will be forever missed and, in our thoughts always…. Terri Girl, you're favorite Sister-In-Law

  9. Christie
    We are so sorry for your loss.  You both are the perfect neighbors and friends.  Sure going to miss Wayne.  You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Always here if you ever need anything. 
    Larry and Brenda Lacey

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