Michael Crenshaw

March 1, 1960September 5, 2018

Michael Crenshaw was born on March 1, 1960 and passed away on September 5, 2018


  • Visitation Sunday, September 9, 2018
  • Graveside Service Monday, September 10, 2018

Michael Crenshaw

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Elden Popejoy

January 13, 2019

Has been like family for 23 years I just seen this I am crushed .

Dan (The Mailman) Goleach

September 9, 2018

I have had the pleasure of being Mikes mailman at Northwest Hills, and a co-worker at Northwest Carrier Annex. It is beyond sad to hear that he has left us way too soon. RIP Mike. I’ll miss you , but you will always be remembered as the fun loving guy you were. My sincere condolences to Kelly and his family and friends.

Dorothy Mcnew

September 9, 2018

Mike was such a pleasure to be around. Always looking on the bright side of life. We would love to be with the family at this time but are not able to travel. Praying we will keep in touch with Kelly, Judy, Chris, Shannon and family. Praying God will be with you in a special way at this time.

Jon Whitten

September 9, 2018

Kelly, Judy, Jason, Nick and your families, I give you my deepest sympathies. Mike was my best friend. That's the way he made everyone that he met feel, no matter their age or who they were. I will cherish so many great memories of him, since first meeting my fellow USPS carrier, "Corndog", several years ago. I will miss his humor, wit, laugh, kindness, and love for life. But most of all, others and myself, will miss his friendship.

May Christ comfort all of us during the loss of this great man.

John 14:1-4 “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father's house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also. And YOU know the way to where I am going.”

Sabrina Fricks

September 8, 2018

Those dimples....I certainly remember Mike when we were children at West Haven Elementary and then at Northwest Jr. High. Mike's eyes always sparkled, and he was full of life and love. Soar high and free, Mike. Your spirit belongs to the ages! With love, honor and respect, Sabrina Fricks

Sonja Catoe

September 8, 2018

Michael was one of my closest and dearest friends in my early childhood, until my family moved away in 1970, and I have many happy memories of times spent with him. One of my favorites was right after our first day of 2nd Grade at West Haven Elementary. After school, Mike came over to play at my house on Reeves Rd, at the bottom of the hill from his own home, and like so many times before, we climbed up the tree in my back yard. Unfortunately, this day I fell from a breaking limb at 20ft and ended up in the hospital with a concussion. Mike gave me the most beautiful set of ceramic white poodles with pink fuzzy tufts, and a gold chain which linked the mom with her 3 puppies. I loved and cherished that sweet gift for many years. I often wished I had stayed in touch with him, but I never forgot him and my feelings for him have never changed. My heart goes out to his family and all who have known and loved him through the years.
RIP Michael Love Crenshaw! ❤

Fred Crenshaw

September 7, 2018

Mike was always a happy go lucky type I loved talking to him The story about the mailman and the little boy was typical mike He served time in the navy and was very proud of his service He did a tour of Iraq He gave me a tour of his boat in Norfolk. Took me in places we were never supposed to be. Thru the wheel house after we would leave an area Mike would say don’t think we were supposed to go in there. He said the mp’s didn’t show up guess it was ok
Kelley I am not able to make it down for the funeral and etc.
But will be remembering the family with prayer God bless all of you.

Shelia Nelson

September 5, 2018

I’m praying for y’all. Love you!