Dallas Oliver Cranshaw

November 9, 1968July 7, 2021

Dallas Oliver Cranshaw, a resident of Baton Rouge, LA, passed away on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at the age of 52. Dallas is survived by her daughter, Jo Ann Cranshaw; mother, June B. Smith-Pass; sister, M. Amanda Smith; brother, Paul M. Smith; aunts, Janet B. Witherow, Martha S. Sparks, Bonnie B. Messer; and uncle, Barry R. Bagwell. The family wishes to acknowledge all those who cared so well for her in her final illness, and before. Dallas was a member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church and sang in the choir. A memorial service will be held at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East on Saturday July 24 at 2:00 pm. We will always remember her smile and laughter and her devotion to her family.


  • Jo Ann Cranshaw, Daughter
  • June B. Smith-Pass, Mother
  • M. Amanda Smith, Sister
  • Paul M. Smith, Brother
  • Janet B. Witherow, Aunt
  • Martha S. Sparks, Aunt
  • Bonnie B. Messer, Aunt
  • Barry R. Bagwell, Uncle


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, July 24, 2021


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Jo Ann Vasta

July 21, 2021

Dallas will always hold a special place in our hearts. We were blessed to be choir members with her and always welcomed by her smiling face. We know she was welcomed into paradise with the words, "Well done, good and faithful servant. Come see the place I have prepared for you". Keeping Dallas in our hearts and prayers.

Amanda Smith

July 11, 2021

Dallas Cranshaw, is my sister and god knows how much I already miss her. Not only was she my sister, but i worked with her a few times. We would have so much fun. I called her "MY Sissy MY Wissy," I love my sister so much and miss her so bad. I was supposed to go to baton rouge Thursday to see her and I didnt have the chance to. She loved me I know and she knows it. She loved her family especially her daughter Joann and her favorite red head Taylor also cant forget "Mandy made over" Madisyn and Mama and Paul. I know your in heaven playing with Trae(her nephew). Sissy i love you FLY HIGH AND BE OUR BEAUTIFUL GUARDIAN ANGEL FOR US, BECAUSE YOU KNOW WE NEED YOU AND WATCH MY BUBBA, TRAE.

Janet Witherow

July 10, 2021

Dallas I’ll always remember the day your parents brought you home. You were the the first female grandchild born in our family. We were so excited to see that beautiful bundle of joy. We have always loved. Your wonderful laughter and joy you brought into our lives . It’s hard to understand why you were taken so soon. Maybe God needed you more. We know you’re with the angels . We feel blessed that you were in our lives. You have a wonderful daughter,,JoAnn, to carry your memories forward. Love you.
Aunt Janet

Steve Maggio

July 10, 2021

Dallas, may the angels bring you to heaven. Rest In Peace. Your friend, Steve Maggio.