Anita L. "Verne" Augspurger
April 3, 1924 – November 20, 2020
Anita LaVerne Augspurger, age 96, passed away on Friday, November 20, 2020 at Berkeley Square Retirement Community.
Memorial Ceremony will be held on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at the Bethel Community Church, 2015 NW Washington Blvd Hamilton, Ohio at 1pm.
Arrangements are under the direction of Webb Noonan Kidd Funeral Home in Hamilton, Ohio.
Webb Noonan Kidd Funeral Home 240 Ross Avenue Hamilton, Ohio 45013
If you have any questions or need assistance, please call (513) 894-9919.
Saturday, November 28, 2020
Anita L. "Verne" Augspurger
November 26, 2020
I am Verne's oldest grandchild and all of my best childhood memories revolve around Grams. Camping at Bar K Lake, staying the weekend right next door at Grams and Gramps house and riding with Grams to see the Christmas lights, was the best thing ever. I used to love to go in her room and smell all of the bottles of perfume and try on all her jewelry and she would let me. She was the best Grandma a kid could ever have. She loved dance and I even went to a Ballroom dance with her a couple times. So many memories I will cherish forever.
I love you Grams and I will see you on the other side.
November 24, 2020
I am saddened to hear of Verne's passing. I worked with her hearing aid business many many years ago on behalf of people with hearing impairments. Verne was always caring and straightforward in serving our clients. She was a real jewel and made the world a better place. My sincere condolences to her family. R I P Verne - you did God's bidding very well.
November 23, 2020
Anita LaVerne Augspurger,age 96, passed away on November 20th, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents Andrew and Bertha (Ratliff) Cain her brother Bill and sister Marge. Her husbands June Grosse and Eugene Augsburger and her granddaughter Jennifer Lyons. She leaves behind a legacy of her children Thomas Grosse and Bruce (Tammy) Augspurger, as well as grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and even great-great-grandchildren.
She loved the Lord and knew the power of prayer could move mountains. She would often say with Thy power and my faith we can do it. She had a smile and a kind word for everyone she met and met many people. One of her favorite sayings was “show hate hate returns show love love returns.” She was a member of the Kitchen Combo, Starlight dance team, American Business Women's Association, the Winnebagos, and senior citizens to name but a few.
She was an independent woman who started her own hearing aid business in her basement and grew it to three locations. She was named the American Business women's Association of the year and has traveled all over the world including all over Europe, China, Australia, Russia, Ireland, The Holy lands and even drove to Alaska by herself. To say she will be missed is an understatement as her love for the Lord and her family and friends continues to be felt.