OBITUARY

Eileen Ann Crow

January 29, 1943June 8, 2019
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Eileen Ann Crow was born on January 29, 1943 and passed away on June 8, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, June 13, 2019

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Shelly Crow

June 24, 2019

My Mom enjoyed life. The quote in her yearbook was how she lived, "Live! Life is a banquet and people are starving for it." Her life always included love, laughter, & living! Even though this damn disease took some of her away long before it killed her, she still had that beautiful smile & she still loved. Mom began her life as a daughter, then a sister to 3 brothers & a baby sister - her childhood was filled with love & laughter. Her most favorite accomplishment was becoming a wife. She only ever truly loved 1 man in her life - her husband of 56 years. God she loved you Dad, y'alls love, although embarrassing at times, was so pure & beautiful. She then became a mother. The birth of her beautiful baby boy. There has always been a special bond between you and Mom Anthony. You 2 were cut from the same cloth-your sense of humor, your stay up all night, your ability to talk to anyone-y'all were 2 peas in a pod. She was so very proud of you. Especially how you & JoAnn raised her precious grandsons. Second only to being a wife, was being a grandmother. She adored y'all Michael & Jordan. For once, there were more pictures of someone else other than Anthony :) At every stage in your life she beamed with pride & love. She loved you 2 immensely. And don't think for 1 minute she forgot who you 2 were. JoAnn, she was glad to have you as a daughter. I know she enjoyed your friendship, your love & your food :) Thank you for the way you always included her in conversation even when she lost the ability to converse back. Thank you for loving her. Of course the greatest event in her life was the birth of me. Kidding. I know her greatest event was marrying the man of her dreams. What I miss most about my Mom is her hugs. She could give that engulfing, warm, surround you with love, momma hugs. We loved her and she loved us. And in the end that's all that matters. She lived, life IS a banquet and she is no longer starving for it because she LIVED. Oh how we miss her!

KATHRYN RAYBURG

June 23, 2019

My sister was a great person she was generous loving and so cool I shall miss her all the days of my life

Pat Dworaczyk

June 23, 2019

Archie and I so enjoyed when the Crows came to visit us. Crow liked to tell us stories of his service adventures, and Eileen smiled as she held her granddog Lily. We often cooked hamburgers for the Crows. Eileen liked hers well done. The Crows often cooked the rib dinners at the Bay House - yum! Eileen loved to attend Sunday Mass in Seadrift with our family. After Mass we always had breakfast at the local Mexican food restaurant. However, Eileen most often opted for pancakes. The Dworaczyks are going to miss Eileen's visits.

Anthony Crow

June 23, 2019

Mom , I will always miss you , I will always love you. Thank you for teaching me how to cook and typing my high school term paper at 3am in morning. Thank you for being my friend, cleaning up after me and bathing me when I was little. Thank you for laughing at my dumb jokes. Thanks to you I am the man you taught me to be. Thank you for calming me down when I got upset. I enjoyed all the road trips we took as a family going down to the coast. I enjoyed helping you out at the newspapers you work at, like the crossword project in Abilene and helping you delivered missed papers to your customers then getting Mexican food yum! yum! yum!. Mom you are the best mom in world you are one of the kind .



Love you .
Your son.
Tony Crow

Michael Crow

June 22, 2019

Grandma, you knew how to make a room glow with that smile and laugh. You were always laughing at something. Having you as my Grandma, I consider myself very lucky to have known such a wonderful person. Thank you for your unwavering support, love, and laughter through all these years. I will never forget how I’d feel after after each encounter I’d have with you and I will miss you very much. Until next time, I love you.

Dana Dworaczyk

June 21, 2019

I first met Eileen in 1995 on a summer trip with her daughter Shelly. Eileen was so excited to have guests and she knew how to make everyone feel welcome. Since 1995, I have grown to know and love Eileen. She had the sweetest smile and most infectious laugh. I know her family will miss her tremendously because she was so joyful about every day she was with her family. I cannot remember a time that she was not happy to visit with me and talk about anything and everything. Eileen, you were a treasure and I will remember you always - so long until we meet again! Love ya, Dana

Lisa Williams

June 13, 2019

I'm so very sorry for your loss, losing those we love is the hardest thing we have to experience. May your hearts find comfort in beautiful memories and Jesus words, john 5:28. 29

Tim Culberson

June 12, 2019

What a wonderful, lady. Always cheerful and a wonderful smile when you went to Circulation. She really understood that the company was a team and needed each other instead of independent departments. Always professional, and such an extreme joy to work with

Shelly Crow

June 10, 2019

Love you mom😘

Ursula Ervin

June 10, 2019

Dear

To whomever it, may concern sorry for the loss of your love one. Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God.
2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4

Sincerely,

Ursula

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