Mildred Carrie Crutchley

September 29, 1919February 17, 2019

Mildred “Millie” Smith Moses Crutchley of Edgewater and Crownsville died on February 17, 2019 at the age of 99. Mrs. Crutchley was born on September 29, 1919 to the late Alonzo and Lillie Smith, of Crownsville. She was preceded in death by her husband Douglas N. Crutchley, her brother Irvin A. Smith, her son Keith Crutchley, and her daughter Janet Moses Lancaster Conrad Hughart.

Mrs. Crutchley graduated from Annapolis High School with the class of 1937. She was a member of Davidsonville United Methodist Church. Mrs. Crutchley was employed by Sears & Roebuck as a teletype operator, when it was located on West Street as well as when it relocated to Parole Plaza. She was a life-long member of the Edgewater-Parole Homemakers Club, part of the University of Maryland Extension Service, serving in the capacity of President for three terms. Millie also was one of the first women contractors who designed and built her family home in Crownsville. She volunteered for Meals on Wheels and was also active in the Edgewater Senior Center, where she enjoyed working in ceramics, making many gifts for her family and friends. She also enjoyed dancing, sewing, gardening and bird watching. Mrs. Crutchley is survived by two daughters; Pamela Moses King of Athelstane, WI and Martha Crutchley Collinson of Edgewater, Maryland. She is also survived by two sons; Gary Dale Moses of Cloverdale, CA and Carl Brent Moses of Crownsville, Maryland along with eight grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, two great great granddaughters and two great great grandsons.


  • Receiving of Friends Friday, February 22, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 22, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, February 22, 2019

Mildred Carrie Crutchley

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Pamela Matousek

February 21, 2019

Dear Crutchley family,
I know you all will miss Millie so much. I attended , and was secretary at Davidsonville United Methodist Church for many years . Millie and Doug were two of the nicest , fun, people. Millie and I share a birthday and she sent me a birthday card for many years. I tried to remember to send her one but she was so much better at it than me. I am so sorry to have lost touch with Millie over the years. I know she is dearly loved by her family and friends. I count it a blessing to have known her for awhile. I know she will live forever in your hearts , not to mention through the many gifts you all must have that she made.
Such a talented lady. The angels have welcomed home a good one.

God bless,
Pamela Matousek

Christy Cavallini

February 20, 2019

You will be forever missed Grandma Millie. You taught Taylor how to sew and showed great kindness to him. Thank you for all of the homemade towels, Christmas ornaments and those awesome pants you made Taylor. Your were a a survivor. Thank you for your kindness. Big hugs and we know you will be watching us from Heaven. Christy