Robert Walter Croyle, 74, of Adrian went to be with Jesus on Wednesday November 25, 2020. Bob went home where Grandma & Pap were waiting for him.
He was born on July 3, 1947 in Kittanning to the late Rev. Robert & Phyllis (Dunmire) Croyle.
He was a former typesetter for the Leadertimes and was also self employed.
He was a member of Family Life Church and just recently began attending Christians With A Vision.
He lived a long and happy life. He loved playing his accordion and singing with his granddaughter Laylah and his grandson Christopher. Bob sang and played at numerous funerals throughout the years for family and friends. He also recently began playing the drums and was looking forward to performing with them.
If you visited carnivals or festivals in western PA you may have tasted one of his blueberry funnel cakes. Bob had a 1947 Plymouth coupe that his son Ed had restored much to his enjoyment. Being an avid hunter, he kept insisting he was going deer hunting on the 28th at his nephew John’s with Christopher, Matthew, Ken and his good friend Dr. Perry Younger.
Left behind to cherish his memory are:
Wife of 54 years Nora Croyle
Daughter- Robin (Bob) Crytzer of Worthington
Son- Edward (Kathy) Croyle of Adrian
Grandchildren- Michael Baker , Annette Baker & Matthew Baker of Adrian; Tiffany Croyle & Chris Shaffer of Cowansville; Jessica & Nathan Ritrosky of Kittanning and Robby Croyle of Adrian
Numerous Great Grandchildren
Sister- Rev. Sue (Jim) Foster of Sherett
Brother- Rev. David Croyle of Kittanning
Best Friends- Nick Cogswell & Ken Smith of Adrian
He was preceded in death by his parents Rev. Robert & Phyllis Croyle; Twin Great Granddaughters- Faith Ann & Claire Marie Baker; Grandson- Zackery Yount and several aunts & uncles.
Family and friends of Robert Croyle will be received on Friday November 27, 2020 in the Snyder-Crissman Funeral Home, 832 East Brady Rd., Cowansville, PA 16218 from 2:00pm until time of his funeral service at 4:00pm with his sister Rev. Sue Foster officiating. Guests attending the visitation and services for Bob are respectfully asked to wear a mask or face covering and follow all CDC/health safety protocols.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Robert Walter Croyle, please visit our floral store.