OBITUARY

Eugene Theodore Crawley

July 21, 1950May 4, 2018

"Blue" was born July 21, 1950 in Washington, DC to the late Frederick H. and Elsie H. Crawley.

He attended DC Public Schools, graduating from Dunbar High School in 1968. In his young years, he accepted the Lord, and joined Metropolitan Baptist Church, where his father was an associate minister. After high school, he completed a course study in business computer programming at the International Tabulating Institute. He was later employed at the U.S. Government Printing Office as a computer operator. Eugene loved to go to sporting events often accompanied by his great-nephew, Tony Valentine. Summer concerts in the park were another favorite pastime. He was also a licensed vendor.

Eugene was a kind and easygoing person that was very attentive to his parents, especially when they were older and their health began to fail. He was dependable and always ready to help a friend in need.

He was preceded in death in 2010 by his older brother, Frederick H. Crawley, Jr.

He leaves to cherish his memory, one sister, Beverly (Richard) Valentine; one brother, Spencer Crawley; two sisters-in-law, Patricia Crawley and Crecynthia Crawley; two nieces, Darnetta Jackson and Tiffany Twyman; five nephews, Richard Valentine, Jr., Demetrius, Barron, Spencer, Jr. and Steven Crawley; and a host of cousins, great-nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, May 23, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, May 23, 2018
  • Committal Wednesday, May 23, 2018
REMEMBERING

Eugene Theodore Crawley

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Fort Lincoln Funeral Home Staff

May 14, 2018

The Staff of Fort Lincoln Funeral Home wishes to express to you, your family and friends, our sincere and deepest condolences on the loss of your loved one. Please know those we love remain with us for love itself lives on, and cherished memories never fade because a loved one's gone. Those we love can never be more than a thought apart, for as long as there is memory, they'll live on in the heart. (Mary Ramish)