Crawford Edward Holt

June 18, 1931May 7, 2022
Obituary of Crawford Edward Holt
Crawford E. Holt age 90 of Greeneville passed away Saturday, May 7, 2022 at Greeneville Community Hospital East. He was retired from Keene Corp and Magnavox-Philips Consumer. He loved to work on his farm. Crawford was a life-long and active member of Broyles Chapel and Cedar Creek Church of God as long as his health permitted. He was also, a member of the gospel singing group, The Cedar Creek Quartet with his special nieces Janet Waddell and Ruthie Gosnell and her husband Bill. He is survived by his son Ronnie D. Holt; two grandsons, Cody S. Holt and Brandon C. Holt and wife Stephanie; three great grandchildren, Logan, Caleb, and Emma Holt; a special sister, Nannie Von Cannon; special nieces, Amy Harris and Tammy Wilburn; special nephew, Mike Von Cannon; as well as several other nieces and nephews. Crawford was the son of the late Dink Holt and Lizzie Holt and was preceded in death by his wife Junive Holt; five sisters, Marie Waddell, Dorothy Waddell, Selma Gray, Josephine Ricker and Launa Solomon; two brothers, Ruey and Lewis Holt. The family will receive friends on Wednesday form 2 – 4 and 6 – 8 pm Wednesday at Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home. The funeral service will follow at 8 pm in the chapel of the funeral home with Rev. Dwayne Pierce and Rev. Sam Chaffin officiating. Interment will be on Thursday at 2 pm in GreeneLawn Memory Gardens. Family and friends are asked to meet at the funeral home at 1 pm Thursday to go in procession to the cemetery. Pallbearers are Lenny Lamb, Keith Lamb, Justin Lilly, Rodney Wilburn, E. J. Swatzell, and Doug Weller. Honorary pallbearers are Minnis Waddell and Mike Von Cannon. Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be sent to the family at Kiser Rose Hill Funeral Home 125 Idletime Drive, Greeneville, TN, 37743 423-636-8007

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