Green Funeral Home

57 Main St, Danbury, CT


Sarah Marie Crowell

January 16, 1935May 18, 2020

Sarah Marie Crowell, recent widow of Arthur G. Crowell, died May 18, 2020. She was predeceased by the love of her life, Art, in November 2019.

Sarah was born January 16,1935 in Danbury CT, to Ralph and Mary Mazza. She graduated from Danbury High School. She was raised with 8 siblings on Liberty Street in Danbury, known at the time as The Barbary Coast. She married Art Crowell Jr. at 19 and soon became a mother. Her vocation. She gave birth to 7 children, including a son Brian who died shortly after birth.

In addition to her husband & son Brian, she was predeceased by her daughter Darlene Crowell

She is survived by her daughters Deborah Clark (David), Anita Francisco (Arthur), Sue Farrington (Tom) and 2 sons Arthur Crowell and Dan Crowell (Lori Norcia). 4 grandchildren Katrina Amundsen, Brett Herman, Iris Norcia-Crowell and Benjamin Norcia-Crowell, 1 sister Louise Villane (Bethel CT) and 1 brother John Mazza (Stuart Florida), as well as many nieces and nephews.

She loved being a mother. She cherished being a wife to Art.

She enjoyed being a good friend to many. Sarah was a "Firecracker" when it came to issues close to her heart. She was a longtime member of the Bethel CT Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses and leaves behind many friends there.

Sarah recently resided at Newtown Rehab and Healthcare Center with her husband until his death. We thank them immensely for the care they showed them both. Being as we weren't allowed to visit our mom because of Covid19, it helped knowing she was cared for by our friends there.

Because of the current health concerns, a memorial service will be held at the convenience of her family.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to a charity of your choice.


  • Services will be held at the convenience of the family


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Jan Ripley

May 30, 2020

Sarah was always so friendly and kind to me. When I first met her I was a young girl coming to the meetings and studying the Bible. I had severe anxiety in crowds. She and Art made me feel so comfortable and welcome. I will always remember her for that.
Later when I had Megan her loving suggestions really helped me. She was a terrific mother and I really appreciated her kindness and humor.
Her amazing laugh and beautiful smile are what I will remember most! I feel privileged to have known her and will rejoice when she is reunited with Art and enjoying life forever in a world with no sickness, suffering or death.

Sandy Maroney

May 25, 2020

Sarah, my best friend. We met on Willow Street in 1974 and developed a unique and warm friendship that lasted over 46 years! We shared great conversations over Mr. Donut coffee and watched together as our kids grew up before our eyes. You were the sister I always wanted and my heart is broken that I never got a chance to hug you or say goodbye (due to covid 19 lockdown). Sarah, I will miss you and Art (the love of your life) forever! Rest In Peace. Love, Sandy

Robert Ripley

May 24, 2020

My earliest memories are of Art, Sarah and their family. The thing that stood out in my mind was their hospitality and their love of children. I still remember how much fun I would have and how special they made me feel as a small child when our family would join them for cookouts and other gatherings at their house. Sarah and all of the Crowells hold a special place in my heart and I look forward to seeing her again soon together with Art.

Rebecca Voskian

May 24, 2020

I remember her home was always active with so many kids.
She was a mom who spoiled her children whenever she could, I alway had a fun time playing at thier home . I was closest in age to Darleen
.But remained closest to Anita, and Deb, as the years went by we had more in common, Sarah and husband Art, were always kind and enjoyed company! Never too many was a crowd. My sweet friends I will be excited to welcome them back in the real life, just around the corner! I love all of your family! 😔💟

Debbie Piela

May 21, 2020

It was an honor and pleasure to care for Sarah. She will be missed dearly by her extended family at Newtown Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. Sarah was a firecracker for sure and I will miss her dearly. May you Rest In Peace now in the presence of your love Art ❤️

Fran and Jan Bresson

May 21, 2020

Anita and family, Sarah sure was a firecracker with a heart of gold. She loved to talk to Jan and I on our visits with Pat at Newtown Rehab. Sarah had a deep love of our Lord and life, Sarah had so much support and love from her family.🙏❤️

Pam Bujese

May 20, 2020

I just remember what a sweet lady Sarah was. My thoughts and prayers are with the family now.
Sending love, Pam and Howie


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