OBITUARY

Inman Payne Crutchfield Jr.

Born August 10, 1932

Crutchfield, Inman Payne (Bo) Bo was born and raised in Jacksonville, the son of Christine Dearing and Inman Payne Crutchfield. He attended local schools after which he attended the University of Florida. Upon college graduation, he entered the US Navy, becoming a pilot. He was passionate about his flying. After active service, he remained in the naval reserves and retired at the rank of Lt. Commander. Bo then entered the securities business, ultimately retiring as a vice president of the William R. Hough Co. While working, he received his MBA from the University of North Florida. Bo was often seen walking on the streets of Avondale… we think he logged in 10,000 miles. He is survived by his daughter Mary Payne Stitt, and her husband Donald Kyle Stitt, his son, Charles McLane Crutchfield, Charlie’s wife Margaret, and their daughter Savannah, his daughter-in-law Allison Brundick Crutchfield, and her children, John, Gretchen and Peyton. He was predeceased by his son Inman Payne Crutchfield, III (Bo) and grandson Thomas McLane Crutchfield. He is also survived by his sisters Christine Keyser and Carol Lewis, a host of nieces and nephews who loved their Uncle Bo, many cousins, and a wide variety of loyal friends. The family requests no flowers. If you prefer, a donation can be made to the Inman P. Crutchfield, III Children’s Trust, 4342 Shirley Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 32210 or the Mac Crutchfield Foundation, United National Bank, 722 N. Broad Street, Cairo, Georgia 39828 or a charity of your choice. A memorial service honoring Inman Payne Crutchfield, Jr. (Bo) will be held at noon on Saturday, February 9th at St. Marks Episcopal Church located on Ortega Boulevard. Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home 729 S. Edgewood Ave, Jacksonville was entrusted with arrangments. Messages of remembrance may be made at www.hardage-giddensedgewood.com

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REMEMBERING

Inman Payne Crutchfield Jr.

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Peggy Brown

March 19, 2013

I knew Bo all my life. I met him as a young woman and loved his love for life. I will miss him and his emails.

Sally Ferguson

March 18, 2013

I never knew Bo and have missed his emails. I somehow got on his list. We must have emailed for 5 years. His forwards were so funny and enlightening. Another good conservative gone. I just decided to google him and found the sad news.

Joe Frick

February 23, 2013

This old squadronmate wishes you fair winds,a following sea and only OK 3s from now on. See ya later on!!

Bonnie Purpura

February 17, 2013

Will miss seeing you at the Memorial Park and all around there in Riverside! You were always a positive influence never complaining always looking at the bright side of things!

Grace Sampley

February 17, 2013

I knew Bo for only a few years. We walked and talked at Memorial Park and shared our love of the park. You shall be missed. My deepest sympathy to the family.

February 11, 2013

Old ADT friend of long long ago,Paulette Neville Yelverton

February 10, 2013

Remembering Bo will always be easy. He was a wonderful person who loved and lived life to its fullest. Many good times were shared at his house.

Chicken on the grill, dinner, a drink; friends and family always welcome.

Boomer (Sally)

February 9, 2013

Dear Carol (Goddess) and family, I was so sorry to hear of Bo's passing. I remember him as a happy and charming gentleman who will be missed very much. My thoughts and prayers are with you all, love, Barbara Sue (Buhler)Erdman, Roswell, GA

Jazz

February 9, 2013

I remember the wonderful Jaguar -watching parties at Bo's. He was always willing to play host for any away game and welcomed everyone. Bo, may you carry on in your inimitable style in heaven... You will be missed!

February 9, 2013

I am privileged and proud to have been a long-time friend of Bo's. His rise to Heaven has left an empty space in our hearts that only he could uniquely fill. A player, not a bystander, Bo fully enjoyed life while making others explore it's many wonders and opened our hearts and minds to it's joy.
"Top of the Mornin' " to you Bo and thank you giving us your wisdom, your love and many wonderful and enduring memories. God Bless.

May his family and loved ones find comfort and peace in prayer and know that God has given Bo a special place in heaven with Bo, Jr., his grandson and Tiger.

Malachi Haughton, IV
Brother Friar,Past Captain and King, Ye Mystic Revelers