Chester Ray Ashcraft

Chester Ashcraft

     Chester Ray Ashcraft fell asleep May 29th, 2019 at 12:40 am at his residence of Pasadena Care Center, Pasadena, Texas under the care of hospice after a long, debilitating illness.  

     Chester, age 61, was born September 15, 1957 on their family farm in Frazeysburg, Ohio.

     Chester leaves behind two daughters Tasia (Jonathan) Smith of Zanesville; Chasity Ashcraft of Zanesville (mother Ginny); Two sons Chester Ashcraft of Texas; Kenny Ashcraft of Zanesville (mother Tina); nine grandchildren and two step children; One brother Jeff (Johnny) Ashcraft of California; One sister Tami Ashcraft of Newark; three aunts Naomi Hubble, Phillis Modesitt, Wanda (Harold) Donaker; one uncle Alan (Sharon) Biddle and a host of cousins and friends.

     He is preceded in death by his parents, Ray E. and Sandra E (Biddle) Ashcraft; one brother Kenny Ashcraft; one Aunt Wilma Ashcraft;  Uncles Dwight Ashcraft, Gail Modesitt, James Laughlin, Bill Hubble; grandparents Rev. Glenn and Alberta Viedt/Biddle, Roy E and Frances H. Gault/Ashcraft; and  cousin Duane Hubble.

     Upon Chester’s request his body was donated to science at the University of Texas.