OBITUARY

Darlene Rae McCrimmon

July 10, 1954November 14, 2020
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Darlene Rae McCrimmon (Sugg) Born - Albion, MI on 07-10-1954 Rested - Jacksonville, FL on 11/14/2020

Darlene was born the second twin to Reverends Silas and Lillian Sugg. She is preceded in death by both her father and her mother, beloved twin sister Kathlene Mae Sugg-Rush and other friends and family. She loved to crochet, paint with acrylics, color by number on her phone, eat mexican and sushi, bake homemade goodies, make all kinds of candy, and spend time with the family and friends that came to visit her. Her favorite movie was Nell where she began to have fun with “Chic-a-bee” back and forth with her daughter Melissa. She was a devout christian of the Church of God, and fully believed in the Lord and savior.

She leaves behind her Daughter Melissa (Jeremiah) McCrimmon-Reddish. Second daughter Gail L McCrimmon, and daughter of her heart, Krystle (Paul) Pratt. Grandchildren Taylor (Dustin) Howell, Chris (Raven) Pickett, Daniel (Cheyann) Goodin, Dylan and Kylie Reddish. Great Grandchildren Josian Howell, Destiny Howell and Monty Goodin. She also leaves behind extended family, and a wide variety of wonderful friends.

Special thanks to my husband for his love, patience, and strength throughout this journey. My son for the many errands he ran for me and the time you spent with her. Linda Rich for answering her call. Sandy Bryant, Sonji Barreras, Monica Toups, Jodi Toups, Gabrielle Knight, Hospice and so many for the special roles you played during her transition to heaven. Thanks to everyone for such thoughtful caring and outpouring of love, light, prayers, and blessings. It was most appreciated and uplifting during this journey of the “Chic-a-bee’s”.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, November 21, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, November 21, 2020

Memories

Darlene Rae McCrimmon

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Randy Beasley

November 21, 2020

I remember many times walking in the church, And Greeting each other with a big hug. Always remember your big smile.. Looking forward to that big hug when we greet each other Later on...

Gail McCrimmon

November 20, 2020

The memories I hold dear in my heart will always be with me forever. ❣️
The dances we shared in the dining room, teaching me how to make homemade noodles, and sitting on the front porch learning to macrame, and the many talks, will be fondest to me.
I won't forget her favorite was going to Taco Bell for her nacho belle grande it was a far n few special treat for us both over the summers I came down.
The blessing of my sister you have given me is the grandest of them all, the love and life you shared with me will always be held dearest in my heart.
Thank you so so much for loving me and allowing me to be a part of your beautiful life momma D.
I love you
Gail Lee Ann


My heart breaks to not be there due to my health (COPD) and covid-19 going on.

Linda Smith-Kreeger

November 17, 2020

My Friend Forever

We made a special connection long ago, maybe it's because we both shared a twin or it was all in God's divine master plan for us!  We shared things that form an everlasting bond - hopes, values, good times & struggles. We learned so much through talks, laughs and sometimes tears. You always had special memories of your momma & daddy and shall see them one day soon. Today I prayed for you and smiled as I thought of you. I will always hold these memories in a special place and give thanks for the day you became my friend. Rest now in heavenly peace sweet Darlene, my forever friend till we meet again. Fly high with the angels!

Linda Smith
(Aetna Family)


Philippians 1:7
I hold you in my heart❤

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