Crouse-Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home

225 North Main Street, Johnstown, OH


Lorene Hatfield

June 20, 1929May 21, 2020

Pansy Lorene Hatfield, 90, of Johnstown, born on June 20, 1929 in Pineville, WV passed away peacefully Thursday, May 21, 2020 surrounded by her loved ones and hospice care team as she went to meet Jesus and be with her beloved husband, Roscoe. Lorene is survived by her children, Regina (Russ) Greenslade of Columbus, OH, Kimberly Kenny of Columbus, OH and Sonya Hatfield Sidner of Johnstown, OH; grandchildren, Serena (Bob) Ronk Adams of Galena, OH, Devon Hall Bastian and Summer Hall both of New Albany, OH, Chad (Andrea) Byers of Mount Vernon, OH, Grant Byers of California, Lukas Sidner, Lane Sidner, Lawson Sidner and Lily Sidner all from Johnstown, OH and great-grandchildren, Braedin and Levi Byers, Avery and Carson Bastian, Zachary, Jared Evan, Macy, Austyn and Rylan Adams; sister-in-law, Janice Cook of North Carolina and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Wade (Nina) Cook and siblings, Paul (Peggy) Cook, Erma (Harry) Cook Bailey, Ed (Lucy) Cook and Ralph Cook. Graveside service will be at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 23. 2020 at Green Hill Cemetery with Pastor Dan McLaughlin officiating. Visitation will begin thirty minutes prior to the start of service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to CureDuchenne, 1400 Quail St., Suite 110, Newport Beach, CA 92660 in Lorene’s memory.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, May 23, 2020


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Takiesha Black

May 29, 2020

To Kim and Family

Sorry for your loss

Takiesha Black and Family

Donna Kowaleski

May 24, 2020

Sonya, mom and I watched the service yesterday and it was beautiful! Mom shared a memory with me that I thought you would enjoy. When Lorene, mom and several of the other girls were just teenagers they all walked across Turkey Creek to see a Gene Autry movie, little did they know that a torrential rain was coming!! They all were soaked to the bone but they decided that seeing Gene Autry was worth it😊 We are so sorry for your loss❤️

Sonya Sidner

May 23, 2020

Oh the memories I have of the best mom ever. Mom would get mad but if you let her cool down you wouldn’t get a spanking. I would hide under the bed.
When dad died she would cry for hours, she missed him so much. Make me dinner then go back to crying. Babysitting saved her from crying so much but not from missing him, I can’t believe she’s in heaven with him tonight. I’m sure that big smile is shinning bright.
I miss you so much mom and always will. However I will do my best to live my life w the big kind heart you did.
Love you more

Jacquel Deeds

May 23, 2020

We moved to Johnstown in 1965 on Saratoga Dr., beside of Lorene and Roscoe. I remember that when I would stay the night at Lorene's house we would always had pizza and pop, a kids favorite dinner.
Lorene and my Mom became the best of friends. She was a loving kind Christian woman who loved her family dearly. She was a great neighbor and will be missed! Love you Jackie (Buck)Deeds

Toni Burkholder

May 23, 2020

I grew up in the house next door to Lorene. I have so many fond memories of Lorene and Roscoe. She was always so kind and friendly. She would help us any time we would ask. She had class and dignity and her house and yard were always perfect.

Lorene was a good friend to my Mom as well as everyone else in the neighborhood. It amazes me that she was able to live in the same house for so many years.

A funny story that I remember -

Lorene used to hang her clothes on the clothes line in her back yard (like we all did). I remember one summer she had sheets and towels hanging on the line. It was really hot and I was sweating and for some reason I was in her back yard. I remember wiping my face on one of the towels. Lorene saw me. She was not happy! I can still hear her telling me "Now Toni - I am going have to wash those all over again". I felt so bad! But she was so sweet about it.

It is funny the things you remember from your childhood.

Lorene was such a genuine lady. We need more people like her in this world.

Love to you Sonya - you turned out to be just like her!! Love to your beautiful kids too. You all took such good care of her. I know she is proud of all of you.

Jennifer Tobey

May 22, 2020

Lorene welcomed me to Jersey Baptist Church and was my pew buddy for awhile. I will remember how ladylike she always looked and how she was always dressed to the nines! I will miss her, but know she is so happy now to finally be with her Savior.💕

Lane Sidner

May 22, 2020

Grandma was the best. She would take care of me when I wasn’t the best. She would go out of her way to make sure I didn’t go hungry. She made me into a better man and person. We would sit and watch the price is right which is her favorite show. I love and miss you grandma.


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