August 2, 1984 - November 20, 2019
November 20, 2019
August 2, 1984
Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 1:00 PM at Wyndham Center Community Church, 35 Church Lane, Rome, PA
Crystal Patricia Walker, 35, of Sayre, left the bonds of this earth on Wednesday, November 20, 2019.
Crystal lost her battle with addiction, leaving behind her 15 year old son, Nicholas T. Sherbanco; two brothers, Darren Ryan and Edward Ryan; her mother, Vivian Bisher; two step fathers, Edward Ryan IV and Jeff Bisher; multiple nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles; her grandmothers, Patricia Conklin and Marzzeta Trumbull; and grandfather, Tracy Walker.
Crystal was well loved, and shall be missed.
Her sweet personality belied the internal battle she faced daily, struggling with her ongoing addiction.
A time of remembrance will celebrate her [short] life at Windham Center Community Church, 35 Church Lane, Rome, PA 18837 where Pastor Jeff Bisher will be officiating. The funeral will be on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 1:00 pm, there will be no time of viewing. The church is located just off of hwy 187 just south of Cotton Hollow Rd. The family is being assisted by the Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, NY. Those wishing to send a message of sympathy to Crystal's family may visit our Facebook page or in "Obituaries" at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com
From: Pat&Chuck Mathews
Fly High,sweet lady
From: Lisa Case (foster sis}
Vivian and family,
So sorry for your loss. There's just no words.
Once a foster, Always a sister
From: Kathi morse
Vivian Darren and Ed I am sorry sorry to hear about Crystal I was remembering all the fun times we had I’m sending prayers and all my love from Colorado please take care I love you all
From: Annrae willie
Vivian pastor Jeff we are so sorry for your loss are prayers are with you.
From: Bob Dixon and Alice Hutchings and Iona Betty Green
To the whole Family, Vivian and Jeff. We are so sorry for your loss. Every time someone pass humanity is missing a person that could and did have an affect on the lives of those around them. we will alway love them. The comfort that we have is the promise we will met them again. God bless you and your families our hearts are you. She is at peace and with the Father.
From: Annette Meyer
My heartfelt condolences to everyone in Crystal’s family and extended circle of friends. As Nickys step grandmother my heart cries for the pain that is now circling within all of yours. You are regularly in my prayers for comfort and healing in this your time of mourning.
From: Carla Craig
I am so sorry for your loss. Crystal was a special friend to me for many years. We had lots of fun times together in our carefree youth. Much love to you.
From: Erica Stroud
To Nicky....your mother loved you. She really did. Please just know that....coming from a stranger you never met, I knew crystal and how she felt about you. Im sorry she's no longer here to tell you this herself. You're in my prayers young boy.
From: Casey Carpenter
Iam so sorry that all this has happened.Deep in her heart she was an amazing person inside and out.She would help anyone she could without even considering the consequences good or bad.An one of the most amazing mother's I've ever seen..No matter what was going on she always made sure she dropped everything for nikki.HE was her world,her heart,her soul..the only male that's ever had all her attention, love and devotion to.When ever in need she was the friend to call.Still to this day my girls call her Aunt Crystal..If any of you need anything don't hesitate to contact me.love you all
From: Kristine lutz
I am so sorry for your loss. Crystal had a beautiful soul and personality. She was one of the family. She was there whenever you needed her. I loved her like a sister and always will.