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Alice Crocker

Alice (Eck) Crocker 87, Camp Hill, passed away Wednesday, at home.  She was the wife of the late Bryan Crocker to whom she was married for 47 years until his death in 2006.

Born March 24, 1933 in Scranton, Alice was a 1951 graduate of Clarks Summit High School.  She retired after 37 years as an account representative with ECD Distribution Services, Camp Hill at the age of 83.

Alice is survived by two daughters: Beth Ann Gabler of Del Haven, NJ and Carol Lynn McCandless of Mechanicsburg, PA; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren, and two half-brothers: Charles Fuller of Mercerville, NJ and Richard Fuller of Clarks Summit, PA.

Alice had a winning smile and personality.  Known as Nana to her many friends and family, she has left them with happy memories and will most certainly be missed.

Services will be private with interment at Abington Hills Cemetery, Morgan Highway, S. Abington Twp.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, 1800 Orleans Street, Baltimore, MD 21287

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We are saddened to hear of the loss of cousin Alice. Light and I have very fond memories of visiting her in Hershey and her visiting with “Aunt Madeline“. We truly will miss her kind heart and smile.Light and Julie Giuffre

julie giuffre Jun 13 2020 12:00 AM

Alice is my wonderful dear neighbor who insisted I put a gate in my fence so we could come and see her. I loved spending time visiting with her, as did my daughter Issy. Stopping by Alice's became almost a tradition for her when she would head home from her friends. Alice meant so much to our entire family.We will miss her so much. She was the epitome of kind and good.

The McClure's May 20 2020 12:00 AM

I was her neighbor for many years as a child, from elementary, junior high, and high school.  She even came and got me one year from college for the weekend.  She thought that Beth Ann and I would marry one day.  Beth Ann was my best friend and kids growing up.  I remember one day, she got very angry at my brother Danny, chased him with a wooden spoon.  She made contact with his butt and broke her spoon.  She started to laugh because she broke the spoon.I will remember that day, her smile, her caring for me, she was like family to me.  Always invited me to dinner when they had kielbasa sausage and spaghetti.Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight. Still loved, still missed and very dear.

Tim Hall May 17 2020 12:00 AM

I’m sorry for your loss. May God ease this painful period for you. Stay strong. I will miss her.  Best neighbor every.  If you need to reach me, I am on facebook ITimothy Hall) or email me at t.w.hall@gmail.com.

Tim Hall May 17 2020 12:00 AM