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Dorothy Crissinger


Dorothy J. “Robinette” Crissinger, age 62, of Columbus, OH, passed away on Saturday, July 13, 2019 at Mt. Carmel Grove City following an extended illness.

Born in Baltimore, MD on March 14, 1957 to the late James H. and Gretchen“Wagner” Robinette. She married Gary L. Crissinger on September 13, 1997 and the two shared 22 years together. She is survived by loving husband, Gary; siblings, Eleanor Muhlenbruch, Mary Avramidis, Christopher Robinette, Evelyn Moore and Denise Warner. Preceded in death by brother, James Robinette Jr.

In keeping with her wishes, cremation will take place with no formal services planned at this time. 

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  • Robin C Crowl says:

    Dorothy you were my friend since we were teens. I’m proud to have know you and loved you for those many years. My heart is broken that I will not get to talk you on the phone liked we always did. I’m sorry that you had to suffer such an illness I wish I could have been there with you sweetie. I want to give my heart felt sympathy to Gary and her sisters and brother may God bless you through this time of sorrow. My prayers are with you and all the Family.

    Love your Friend

    Robin Crowl 💞🙏💐🌹🌷🌺🌸🏵🌻💮🌼

  • Rene Forshey Schultz says:

    My heartfelt condolences to you Gary, and your family during this time of grief.God Bless you all and give you strength.

  • Tammy Jo Brown says:

    Dorothy Jean it had been a very long time since I saw you but my memories of you when I was going up was priceless we would go shopping with my mother (Sis) and Aunt Martha and we laughed so hard we cried because we were so tired from being in one store for hours I’m glad I had chance to know you!

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