Timothy Reuel Crow

September 14, 1959October 11, 2021

Tim was born and raised in Waco, Texas by his parents William and Dorothy Crow. He was the fifth of six siblings.

After high school, Tim worked in the oil industry, in construction and as a contractor.

In 1985 he married his partner for life Colette Sheridan and they raised their son Adam along with their daughters Kim, Stephanie and Cheryl. Tim had 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

After marriage to Colette, Tim worked many years at Rent-A-Center followed by a successful career at EZCORP where he was a friend and mentor to many.

Tim cherished his family and enjoyed golf and travel. He had a friendly smile, went out of his way to make others feel welcome and was often recognized by his deep voice. Tim enjoyed tackling DIY projects around the house and cooking on the weekends with his Traeger smoker. Tim died of Esophageal cancer surrounded by his family.

A funeral mass will be held 2pm October 16th, 2021 at St Vincent's Catholic Church 5819 W Pleasant Ridge Road, Arlington Texas. Reception to follow at the same location after the service. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made in his name to St Jude Children's Research Hospital ( or any other charity of your choice.


  • Memorial Mass

    Saturday, October 16, 2021


Timothy Reuel Crow

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Jeffery Brenton

October 16, 2021

I can't believe that you have gone to the lord so soon.
I cannot say good bye, because I know we will meet again in the presence of our father , you were a Saint to so many in this world, you touched so many of us and guided us to become who we are in our families and in our careers, may God bless your family for we are the unlucky ones, may you enjoy heaven and teach others of the value of the golden streets of heaven because you are now heavens best PAWNBROKER.. lol
Love you brother friend teacher.

Jovonda Jordan

October 16, 2021

Tim was one of the better ones at EZ Pawn. Great people like Tim are hard to come by. He will be greatly missed.

Valory Abboud

October 16, 2021

Tim was one of the most generous people I have ever known. He loved doing things to bring the family together. He had a wonderful quick smile and a big heart. He loved creating fun and inviting environments for others to enjoy. He will be greatly missed but I know that he is smiling in heaven with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Terri (Hogan) Philley

October 13, 2021

I remember Tim as a kind, quiet (most of the time 😊) fun to be around classmate. He was always nice to me and made me laugh. He had a gentle and friendly nature making one feel included and important. Tim was such a nice guy! I am very sad to hear of his passing and pray for Colette and all of his family as you struggle through these difficult days.

Katan Vaughn

October 12, 2021

I am so very blessed to have such a loving generous brother who cared for his family and loved the Lord. My last conversation with him was when he called me one night and we talked for a long time about our childhood, about God and he expressed how very blessed his life had been. He was so thankful for his wonderful wife, all his children and grandchildren.