Crystal L. Distel, 64, of Fremont, OH passed away at home, surrounded by her family, on Thursday, February 16, 2023. She was born May 13, 1958 in Fremont, OH to Lamar W. and Marlene Dee (Trick) Overmyer. She was a 1976 graduate of Fremont Ross High School. Crystal worked at Sandco Industries and Co-Op Reality. She was a member of Faith Lutheran Church. Crystal enjoyed puzzles and reading. She loved her grandchildren. Everyone who met her loved her laugh. Crystal’s laugh will always be remembered. She called everyone Lucy.
Crystal is survived by her children, Heather Holmes, Clyde, OH, Eric Holmes, Gibsonburg, OH and Justin Distel, Tiffin, OH; grandchildren, Gabriel, Aubrey and Ayden Sauseda, Jaxon Holmes and Thea Distel; great grandson, Ezekiel Sauseda; siblings, Gary (Bonnie) Overmyer and Lorna Overmyer both of Fremont, OH.
She is preceded in death by her parents.
There are no services at this time.
Memorials can be made to Faith Lutheran Church.
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So sorry for your loss!! Sending lot’s of love and prayers to you E and the family.
Thoughts and prayers to you Bonnie and your family. So sorry for your loss.
Your all in my thoughts and prayers ❤️
I never stopped loving her, she was a
Good influence on me in my younger years, Greg and I spent alot of time with
Her and Steve, Good memories I will
Cherish, she had the best smile and laugh.
Love you eternally Crystal ❤️ rest in the
Arms of the Angels
Russ and Ruth Zimmerman
Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family during this time of loss. May God grant you peace during this difficult time.
Debra Giesler Lehman
Lorna & Family
My thoughts are with you. Godspeed Crystal.
Dear Heather, Eric, Justin, Gary, Lorena,
I want to send to you all my deepest sympathies. Crystal was a dear friend since elementary school days & attending Faith Lutheran Church. We met & became friends instantly. I have many stories I could share with you as we grew up together. After HS we went our separate ways but over all these years we stayed in touch. Crystal never changed in being a good friend, great listener & had a huge heart for others. Best of all was her laugh that was contagious & unforgettable. I always admired her perseverance in life no matter what came her way & her loyal friendship. Over these many years, she always shared about you kids at each stage of your lives. You were her greatest love & joy. When grandkids arrived, she would share pictures & stories & they filled her heart with so much love. She always told me that y’all were who kept her going.
I will miss my sister & friend. I know we will see each other again. I was extremely blessed having her in my life. We are praying for you all lifting you up to the Lord.
Psalm 34:18 the Lord, is close to the brokenhearted, and saves those who are crushed in spirit. Love Carolyn Avers Patty & John Patty