Charlotte L. Kromoff

September 08, 1943 ‒ December 13, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Charlotte L. Kromoff, 75, of Mount Vernon passed away on Thursday morning, December 13, 2018 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born on September 8, 1943 in Mount Vernon to the late Garland W. and Hazel M. (Perry) Spurling.

Charlotte worked for over 30 years for the Mount Vernon Developmental Center.  She enjoyed gardening, watching and feeding the birds, going to horse races and occasionally going to the casino, but most of all she loved spending time with her family.

Charlotte is survived by her sons, Mike and Tim Kromoff of Mount Vernon; grandchildren, Autumn, Sarah, Tim, Abigail, Candace and Christine; several great grandchildren; sister, Victoria (Steven) Lybarger of Mount Vernon; and a brother, Danny Spurling of Mount Vernon.

In addition to her parents, Charlotte was preceded in death by her husband, John; a son, John; and an infant brother, Bobby.

In following with Charlotte’s wish, there will not be any services.

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The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Charlotte L. Kromoff.

 

  • Tim and Mike,
    Worked with your Mom at MVDC for 5 years. Thoughts to you and we had so much fun
    Perry C Brokaw in FL

  • Tim and Mike your mom was my best friend for many years and in my heart she will always be. I have been asking where she was forever. I have tried to find her but I live in South Carolina. I love you both. Wish I could have found her. God bless you. Your mom was a super human being and loved you both with all her heart.

  • Mike and Timmy Johns been gone so long it seems and your mom will be missed by many she was amazing !!!! Take Care Wanda Board so sorry !!!!

  • Tim and Mike I worked with your Mom for 10 years and went to Keeneland Race track in Kentucky several times. She was a wonderful co worker and good friend. So sorry for your loss. Geri Wallace

  • So sorry for your loss Tim and mike and Vickie .. I know the pain your feeling after we lost dad. And thank you Vickie for getting hold of me. I’m glad I ran into you and Charlotte at the foot doctor. Please if you need anything get hold of me. I can hear dad and Charlotte carrying on now up in heaven.

  • 12-15-18…………….TO THE FAMILY OF CHARLOTTE KROMOFF, I AM SORRY 4 YOUR LOSS. I WORKED WITH CHARLOTTE 4 MANY YEARS WHEN WE WORKED AT THE WORKSHOP ON THE MVDC GROUNDS AS STAFF MEMBERS. SHE WAS A HARD WORKER AND WE WERE OFTEN CLOSE 2 EACH OTHER BECAUSE WE WERE FRIENDS AS WELL AS COWORKERS. I OFTEN FELT BAD 4 HER BECAUSE OF THE MANY SAD THINGS THAT HAPPENED 2 HER AND HER FAMILY WHILE SHE WAS WORKING AT MVDC. SHE LOSTONE OF HER SONS AND HER HUSBAND AND SHE HAD MANY HEALTH PROBLEMS AS WELL. I LEFT MVDC IN 1998 BECAUSE OF MY DISABILTY AND UNFORTUNATELY WE LOST TOUCH. WHEREVER SHE IS NOW, I HOPE SHE IS HAPPY, PAIN AND STRUGGLE FREE.

  • To Charlotte’s family and loved ones,
    I was saddened to her about the passing of this wonderful woman. I also worked with Charlotte for many years. She was so soft spoken, she was a very caring person, and loved being a caregiver with the individuals we worked with. Charlotte was a very strong woman as well. But most of all she loved her family always. Fortunately I ran into her at the foot doctor a while back and we talked for a few minutes and we gave each other a hug. Hang onto all the good memories, it will help get you through. Rest In Peace my dear friend.
    Until we meet again,
    Laurie

  • So sorry to hear the news of Charlotte’s passing. We worked with her for many years at the D.P. & S. workshop. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Sincerely,

  • Dear Vicky, Danny and family,

    So sorry to hear of Charlotte’s passing. I have fond memories of cousin, Charlotte, as we were all growing up. I send condolences from not only myself, but from my mom, Jean Rosen, and sisters Lisa and Linda. There has been far to much loss in our families this year. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you go through this difficult time.

    Carolyn