Beloved son, Asher Grumbach born in Boston, Massachusetts on March 10, 1998, to Michael John Grumbach and Debra Louise (Zahn) Grumbach then of Chelmsford, MA.
Asher attended Goffstown High School in NH, then earned his G.E.D. while living in Texas with his parents before joining the US Army Infantry. After the Army he moved to Princeton, Texas with very close friends whom he loved like family. His parents also returned to Texas soon after so they could be near their son after being separated while he was in the Army.
Asher was a very caring and sensitive person, kind, playful and had a huge heart. When he made friends he gave his whole heart to them, without reserve. He lived very much in the moment. He loved dogs and cats, enjoyed walks and picking up litter to make the world just a little bit better place, enjoyed playing the guitar and playing pool or video games, exploring all sorts of interesting things on YouTube and most especially having philosophical conversations with friends and family.
Asher leaves to cherish his memory, his parents Michael and Debra Grumbach of Texas, his grandmothers Mrs MaryLou Zahn of NH and Mrs Barbara Graffeo of DE, Aunts and Uncles Frank and Laura Petranto, Monica Hurcombe, Christopher and Laura Grumbach, Christopher and Donna Zahn, Frank and GwenMarie Scott, William and MaryLin Zahn, Raymond and Dawn Zahn and cousins, Nicholas and Kaitlyn Scott, Brian and Kim Burns and their children, Jake and Christina Newcomb, and John Grumbach as well as the many friends he made.
In lieu of flowers please consider donating to a local animal rescue in Asher’s memory.
Memorial Service will be held at Charles W Smith & Sons in McKinney Texas on Sunday May 21st from 1pm to 3pm.
Afterwards, his parents invite friends and family to come and share their memories of him at The Garage, a restaurant at 100 E Louisiana Street in McKinney from 3:30-6pm. Free Public parking can be found nearby between West Virginia Street and Louisiana Street as well as other places nearby.