Marilyn N. Croucher
September 27, 1937 – August 12, 2020
Marilyn Neale Croucher passed away on the afternoon of Wednesday August 12, 2020.
She was born on September 27, 1937 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her father and mother, since passed, were Harry and Florence Neale of Needham, MA. Marilyn was a proud citizen of the U. S. A. and she and her family moved to Tampa and Land O’ Lakes in 1985 from Holliston, MA.
She was an avid ice hockey fan especially the TB Lightning and had a lifelong passion for and was a collector of the Disney character Donald Duck. She enjoyed traveling especially in the United States and Ireland where her mother came from. She was happily and loving married to Charlie Croucher for 60 years and loved and adored her 2 children and 5 grandchildren.
Marilyn is survived by her husband Charles, son Jeffery Croucher (Heather), daughter Carolyn (Bob) Sarginger and grandchildren Matthew (Teri Marie), Richard and Nicole Sarginger, and Courtney and Anderson Croucher.
A private family graveside interment is planned at the Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa.
Garden of Memories Cemetery
Marilyn N. Croucher
August 23, 2020
I was so sad to read of Marilyn’s passing. I am her cousin, the daughter of Alfred and Patricia Neale (both deceased) along with my sister, Jennifer. My father and her father were brothers, along with Norman (known as Bill), and sisters Mildred (Midge), Gertrude (Trudy) and Elizabeth (Betty).
We lost track of our cousins, Marilyn and Diane, when they moved to Massachusetts when my sister, Jennifer and I were very young. I remember Midge and Trudy visiting, but not much else. Unfortunately those were the days before social messaging and indeed computers! I remember Marilyn was my Sunday School Teacher at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, in Toronto. She brought me home when I swallowed my 10-cent collection money!
My condolences to the family. I wish I had thought to “google” my cousin, many years ago. Love to you all, from Canada.
August 17, 2020
To the Croucher Family:
Blount & Curry Funeral Home at Garden of Memories extends its heartfelt condolences. Our sympathy and thoughts are with you.
Director of First Impressions