OBITUARY

Sally Anne Old Crow

February 1, 1956November 4, 2018
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Sally Anne Old Crow (62) of Edmond passed away on Nov 4th, 2018 at home with family after a long battle with cancer. She was born in Oklahoma City on February 1, 1956 to parents James & Gertrude (Freed) Cotton. Sally was a teacher for Edmond Public Schools for over 22 years and enjoyed playing the piano and doing beadwork. Her legacy will continue through the lives and stories of her grateful family. She is survived by her husband, Kendall; her children: Robert Old Crow & fiancé Katie, Randall Old Crow, Kyndall Smith & husband Shane; her grandsons: Beckett & Cooper Smith; her siblings: Marilyn, John, Jane, Tom, Sue and Tina; numerous nieces, nephews, other family members and friends. Sally was preceded in death by her parents.

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  • Sally Old Crow Memorial Fund Go Fund Me site

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Sally Anne Old Crow

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Liz Cook

November 10, 2018

I met Sally when we were in the planning stages as future teachers for Cheyenne. She was caring, considerate, and endearing to everyone she met. We will all miss this sweet angel!

Paula Davis

November 9, 2018

I LOVE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!! I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT SALLY!! I REMEMBER HER PLAYING PIANO AND ORGAN AT MILLWOOD CHURCH!! I REMEMBER HER GREAT CONTAGIOUS LAUGH , HER SMILE AND HER LOVE OF FAMILY AND GOD!! SHE WILL BE MISSED BY MANY!! MY LAST MEMORY OF HER WAS IN MY DAUGHTER'S KITCHEN AT THE TABLE AFTER TREATMENT! IF SHE FELT BAD NO ONE KNEW!! SHE WAS JUST BEING SALLY WITH HER SISTER MARILYN!!

Robin Hadlock Nelson

November 9, 2018

Sally, our Family grew up with your Family and we had so much fun. Great memories of being at your home with all of you playing outside, doing crafts and attending Millwood Baptist Church together. You will never be forgotten. You were such a giver of yourself with that bright smile. God Bless you and love you! Robin Hadlock Nelson and Family

Grant Stephens

November 8, 2018

Had many wonderful, fun, wild times with Sally and Kendall during college at that little house on Hurd Street. Sally was such a supportive, sweet person and although life led us away from each other after college, we remained in contact and when we did talk or see each other, it was as if time had never passed. She will always be one of my favorite people....she was truly and simply the best.

Susan Banks

November 8, 2018

Kendall and family,
So sorry to hear of your loss, sending prayers for everyone at this difficult time.
Susan Banks

Sandra Wright

November 8, 2018

Sending my love and prayers.
Kendall, I understand your loss all too well. You have some challenges ahead. But, keep in mind what dreams and happiness you shared with your beautiful wife, that will help sustain you in the days to come.
Always,
Sandra Queenan Wright

Tanya Williams

November 7, 2018

I loved working summer school with Sally. She was so talented and everyone loved her. She came to my estate sale earlier this summer and gave me a key chain she had beaded. I have a bracelet and a hair barrette also. She was so generous with her gift. I will miss her. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Joy (Perkins) Cline

November 7, 2018

Sally Ann, I have such sweet memories of our college days. We laughed, cried, traveled, loved and grew up in those very short years together. I will always cherish our time together and truly appreciate learning what true friendship is. Love you, Girl!

Caroline Begay

November 7, 2018

My condolence to Old Crow families. My heart aches for your families during this time🌹💜.
I had a blessed opportunity of meeting Sally at O.C.U pow wow.
I clearly remember my late Daughter Kimberly Begay ( loss her Nov 2012, due to cancer too) introduced me to Sally as "This is my friend Kendall's Mom". Kimberly was excited for learning how to do beadwork from Sally, such as beading a cap.
I am sure she was amazing mother and teacher, we cherish our memories.
I know it hard to lose a love one.
But she will always be in hearts ♥️.

Destiny Wright

November 7, 2018

Mrs old crow was the sweetest teacher I’ve ever had she was always their when you need her or needed something the first thing mrs old crow taught me was to do beading she taught the whole class beading and she always said beading was something she enjoyed teaching and love to do in her spare time she will forever be in my heart rest easy beautiful angel ❤️