About Erin Monica Colston’s Obituary, Cause of death, Tributes

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Erin Monica Colston of Cincinnati Obituary – Death

Erin Monica Colston of Cincinnati Obituary – Death : The death of Erin Monica Colston (nee Kerwin) came as a shock to her friends, family and loved ones. Colston passed away on the 4th day of September, 2021 at the age of 46.

This is such a sad time for the family and loved ones Colston has left behind. Colsten is survived by her children Noah, Sam and Annalee Colston; parents Timothy and Lisa (nee DiMario) Kerwin; partner Todd Petry; brother Kyle Kerwin and her kids’ step-father Chris Perkins.

About Erin Monica Colston

She was a dedicated mother and motherhood inspired her to dedicate her life to midwifery. She was a Certified Nurse Midwife at Seven Hills Women’s Health. She was a lover of nature  and everything peaceful.

Cause of death

The cause of Colsten’s death has not been revealed by the family yet at the time of this publication but we will make sure to update all the necessary information as it unfolds.

Funeral arrangement/ Visitation

The Family and friends will be received Thursday, September 9 from 5-8 PM at Epiphany United Methodist Church, 6635 Loveland Miamiville Rd., Loveland,

Funeral services will be held Friday, September 10 at 10:30 AM in the same venue. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Ester Marie Hatton Centre for Women or to National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

Tributes

Family, friends and loved ones have taken to their social media platforms to pour out their heartfelt condolences:

Molly Elizabeth Thoms
“My heart is breaking as I learn the news of Certified Nurse Midwife, Erin Colston’s sudden passing. She was a truly incredible midwife at many, many births I doula’d over the years. She was a friend and midwife through the pregnancy and birth of both Thomas and Simon. Her presence was immediately calming to me and I trusted her.

Period. I trusted her to be hands off when I needed her to be, but also to know when it was necessary to be more hands on. I traveled across town, from the West side to the East side, to have her loving, genuine support. She was the real deal, in so many ways. Kind, empathetic, thoughtful… selfless.
ugh. I am heartbroken for her family and friends… for her fellow nurses, for the world. 🙁 If you knew Erin and you’re finding out this way, I’m so sorry! ❤ What a reminder that life can be stupid short…”

Molly Elizabeth Thoms
“Lisa Marie Vogt It’s true. 😭 I can smell her patchouli and feel her warm smile”.