LeMoyne Frank Crouch (known as Moyne, Toad, Lee) went to be with the Lord on July 10, 2018, at the VA Hospital hospice wing in Roseburg, Oregon.

He and his twin brother were born in Tarentum, PA, on November 14, 1944, to George and Alberta Layton Crouch.

He graduated from Knoch High School in 1962. After graduation, he joined the Army and spent time in Germany and Vietnam, where he worked in radio and communications.

In 1965, he married Margie Miller in Evans City. They settled in Roseburg in 1983. He worked as an electrician and millwright.

He had fond memories of the life back home, tending animals and putting up hay summers at the Leslie farm. He loved to travel, and he especially enjoyed his grandkids, often telling them “I know you’ll do great” with whatever new thing they were trying out.

He is survived by his children, Brian Crouch, Todd Crouch and Shelley (David) Campbell, of Roseburg; his grandchildren, Wendy Crouch, James Crouch and Sara (Justin) Oviat, William and Kate Crouch, Trystan, Craig, Sam, Elizabeth, Levi and Grace Campbell; and one great-granddaughter, Alesana Oviat. He is also survived by his twin brother, LaMont (Gerry) Crouch, of Sequim, Washington; two sisters, Janice (Paul) Filatoff, of Hemet, California, and Mary Simpson, of Saxonburg; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Margie; his sister and brother-in-law, Bonnie and Ken Leslie; and niece, Laura Richey.

The Crouch family expresses sincere thanks to the staff of the VA in Roseburg.

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