Hannah Hope CROWTHER

February 27, 1997May 4, 2022
Obituary of Hannah Hope CROWTHER
It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Hannah Hope Crowther at the young age of 25 years old. Hannah is lovingly remembered by her parents Doug and Becky who loved her more than life itself, her twin brother Jacob (who she adored and was her hero). His girlfriend Kenzie (who was her adopted sister and loved so much) and her grandmother Joan White (who Hannah called nanny!) Hannah also leaves to mourn her aunts Sylvia (Randy) Nelson and Betty (Willie) Fulton. Her uncles Edwin (Jean) Crowther, Bruce (Lilly) Crowther, Earl (Julie) Crowther, Mike (Carol) Crowther and Paul Crowther along with numerous cousins. Her beautiful Sheltie Oscar! Hannah was pre-deceased by her Poppy White (who is hanging with her right now), her Nanny and Poppy Crowther, along with her uncle Gordon. We are pretty sure that Rosie and Casey also met her at the rainbow bridge. Hannah was blessed to have her best friends Sami, Alexandra, Adam, Jessie, Matthew, and Christopher in her life until the end. Hannah was born in Edmonton 25 years ago. She had her first surgery at one day old and has had over 30 procedures in her short precious life. The care she received from the Stollery and the Glenrose Hospitals was second to none. She was the Stollery Champion child in 2008 and was granted a wish from the Rainbow Society. In 2008 Hannah and her family were blessed to meet other Champion children across Canada, the US and Ireland. A week was spent in Ottawa and then another in Florida, making memories with some beautiful families. Hannah loved horseback riding and pursued this passion for 10 years. She found her grandfather’s violin and took up lessons under Melanie’s guidance. Most recently, Hannah took up role playing in Dungeons and Dragons at Table Top Café. She also made so many online friends that meant so much to her and her to them. Hannah volunteered her time with the Food Bank, Pope John XXIII, The Rainbow Society and The Stollery Children’s Hospital. She graduated from Pope John II High School in Fort Saskatchewan with honors in English and Social Studies. She loved the performing arts and participated in numerous plays. Hannah was also successful in winning several writing awards. While residing in residence, she graduated a 2-year program in Police Studies and Criminal Investigations from Grant MacEwan University. While attending University, she met her boyfriend Zac and was involved with him until her passing. A celebration of life will be held Friday, June 17th, 2022 at the Legion in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta from 6-10 pm. Memorial donations would be greatly appreciated in Hannah’s name to The Rainbow Society of Alberta and the Edmonton Humane Society. Hannah’s family have ensured her legacy will live on through organ and tissue donation, and through that generous decision, Hannah will touch countless others as the family members, friends and communities of those who receive her donated organs and tissue will be forever impacted by their improved quality of life, made possible through these selfless gifts. Hannah’s family asks if you are able to do so, please sign your donor card and let your family know your wishes. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the CROWTHER family.

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  • The Rainbow Society of Alberta
  • The Edmonton Humane Society


Friday, June 17, 2022

Celebration of Life

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Fort Saskatchewan Legion ~ Normandy Room