Bauer Funeral Chapel

701 First Street, Snohomish, WA


Marc Elroy Crawford

December 8, 1971July 17, 2019

Marc Elroy Crawford passed away July 17th, 2019. He was born December 8th, 1971 in Everett, WA. He graduated from Snohomish High School in 1990 and attended Everett community college to later pursue his career as a pharmacy technician. He enjoyed history, antiques, picking for antiques, collectables and old Hollywood. He liked baseball and especially soccer, as he used to say, “Soccer is the only Football.” Marc was very involved with his Republican party in Snohomish politics. He found joy going to the beach with his grandparent and amusement with the clams and oysters they would find. Importantly, he loved spending time with his family.

Marc is preceded in death by his grandparent’s John and Jean Heiret. He is survived by his son Cole, his cat, Beetlejuice, his brother, Matthew and his parents Karen and Sid (Albert).

Marc – Son – Brother – Father – Cousin – Nephew – Friend

Marc was a free spirit and lived life to fullest. You’re loved and missed, but never forgotten.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, July 27, 2019


Marc Elroy Crawford

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Kayleena Cravens

July 20, 2019

Marc and I used to hang out a lot and watch a lot of Star Wars and black and white films. I remember how we'd enjoy breakfast and a cup of coffee together along with a cold Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy occasionally.

Some of the most memorable black and white films Marc and I would watch together were "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" "Gone With the Wind" "It Happened One Night" "Now Voyager" and "The Maltese Falcon".

We'd play a lot of card games such as "Phase 10" "Skip-Bo" and "Uno". We'd also play a lot of board games too such as "Clue" "Monopoly" and "The Game of Life" while listening to music on "Pandora".

I remember how Marc and I would go bike riding and thrift shopping at "Fabulously Frugal". We'd also take Beetz with us on trips to the pet store which was a lot of fun. I also enjoyed going to "Fred Meyer" with Marc and his brother as well as the "Dollar Tree".

Some of my favorite memories include when Marc and all his neighbors had a BBQ out front during the summer and when it snowed in Snohomish I was outside building a giant snow man for 3 1/2 hours while Marc got us some hot chocolate.

I wanted to honor Marc's memory... No one is perfect and I'm sorry for the familie's loss. The only picture I have left of Marc is from my High School Graduation back in 2015. May he Rest In Peace.

Mia Reid

July 20, 2019

So sorry to hear about Marc from a mutual friend. He touched many lives. MR