Roxanne Ziegler Crum

03/14/1964 - 06/14/2019
Service Date: 06/25/2019
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2835 E. Des Moines, Mesa, Arizona
Visitation Date: 06/24/2019
Visitation Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Visitation Location: Bunker's University Chapel, 3529 E. University Drive, Mesa
Interment: City of Mesa Cemetery, 1212 N. Center St., Mesa, Arizona

Roxanne “Roxy” Ziegler Crum, 55, passed away unexpectedly on June 14th, 2019 in Mesa, Arizona. Anyone who knows her would agree that she was the life of the party and lived to make others laugh and smile. Born in Phoenix, Arizona and raised in Mesa, she attended Mesa High School where she met many of her lifelong friends including Robert Crum, the father of her four boys.

She loved to get out in the sun and go to the lake or relax on the beach. She enjoyed traveling to new places, and she pushed the boundaries of everything she did. When her kids were grown, she began her career in retail and could sell just about anything to anyone. Her education was important to her, and she completed her Associate’s degree at Mesa Community College in 2012. She spent many of her adult years in Eagar, Arizona near her parents and loved the simple, country lifestyle.

She is survived by her four boys, Bryce (Micol), Bruce (Mauren), Harrison (Mitsuko), and Bennett, and six grandchildren, Finlee, Deklynn, Cecilia, Roman, Calvin, and a baby girl on the way. Roxy will also be fondly remembered by her two parents, Jake and Joyce Ziegler, and siblings Robin, Brian, Bradley, Daniel, and Dwight. Roxy was predeceased by her brother Bruce.

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  • Christopher Huseman

    Prayers and Hugz For All and Hopefuly within Time Everyones Hearts Heal .God Bless Everyone

  • Tamara Montierth Whitmer

    I’m still in shock and disbelief. How can someone so vibrant and loving be taken from us so early in life? Roxy definitely was fun to be around. Her laugh was so contagious. I have found memories hanging with her as a kid growing up and spending our summers in Greer. I also remember a time where I was pulled over for speeding by a cop and she pulled up in her car to see if she could be a support for me. The cop was yelling at me and when Roxy was running up to me, he yelled at her to stay back. We were both so scared. Ok, don’t get me wrong . . . I’m not against cops and there’s a much longer version to the story, but whenever I retell what happened, Roxy is always included in the story. I love you girlie and although our paths didn’t cross as much in our later lives, you have a part in my heart and I only have fond memories of you. I guess heaven needed a little laughter up there.

  • My condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one. Losing someone you love is truly difficult and I know Roxanne will be missed. Please know our Heavenly Father holds out promises that can help us with our sorrow. One such promise is that death soon will be done away with forever (Revelation 21:4) and another promise is that “there is going to be a resurrection.” (Acts 24:15). I pray these promises from God, who cannot lie, (Titus 1:2) brings you comfort. For more comfort from the Bible visit www . jw . org.

  • Andrew McLaws

    Thoughts and prayers for both the Ziegler and Crum families. I first met Rozanne in Jr. High School and have known both sides of the family, seems like forever. Roxanne was always a happy and fun person to be around. I remember her as always kind and giving. No doubt she is currently making new friends and getting reacquainted with others. She will be missed by so many. God bless you all during this very difficult time.

  • roxie was a valued, trusted, enthusiastic, bright light, gift of fresh air, “employee”, but more of a friend we always looked forward to her late arrival, read HOV on the 101, mucho fun, we all loved her. God Bless, looking forward to our reunion with the Father. You caught the “last flight home”. Blessings. HODZIE

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