OBITUARY

Kelley Patrick Crowley

May 7, 1959December 29, 2020

Kelley Patrick Crowley, age 61, of Waterford, died Tuesday, December 29, 2020, at the DMC Sinai Grace Hospital in Detroit. Left to cherish his memory are his mother, Patricia Crowley; his older sister, Colleen Crowley, his two brothers: Chris (Shanda) Crowley, and Joseph Crowley, Sr.; Caroline Crowley his nieces and nephews: Joseph (Erica) Crowley, Jr., Lindsey (Brian) Smith, Casey (Jara) Crowley, Dustin (Emily) Crowley, Courtney (Shannon) Crowley, , and Kristin (Greg) Fernandez, Caitlin Crowley, Ian Crowley; and his great-nephews: Connor Smith, Keane Crowley, and Jon Joseph Madson.

Kelley was born May 7, 1959, in Detroit, the son of Mr. & Mrs. Patrick and Patricia (Fournier) Crowley. He received his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University, and then went on to become a healthcare executive at Cigna. He worked at Cigna for thirty seven years until his retirement in 2014. In his free time, Kelley enjoyed dancing, singing, and watching Broadway. He also liked to travel, and held fond memories of his trips to Scotland and Brazil over the years. However, most of all, Kelley enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was a wonderful man who will be greatly missed.

Kelley was preceded in death by his father, Patrick; and his sister, Shannon Crowley.

In accordance with Kelley’s wishes, cremation has taken place. No funeral services have been scheduled at this time. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to broadwaycares.org.

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Mary (Katie Peake) Phillips

January 11, 2021

My thoughts and prayers for the Crowley family. Kelley was so much fun in our youth.
I will forever remember Clear Lake fun and memories . He, along with Colleen were always full of laughter and fun.


Peg Eitl

January 4, 2021

Sincere condolences to his loved ones. I can only imagine the heartache. I remember Kelley’s contagious positive presence. When he walked into a room, he always brought a smile and a great energy. I enjoyed the short time we worked together at Cigna. Heaven just got a really good soul. RIP.

Juliana Cooper

January 3, 2021

I met Kelley in the late 80s working for Cigna. I remember him always having a contagious smile. So sorry for your loss Crowley family.

Debbie Morgan

January 2, 2021

It has been a long time, but I remember Kelley's contagious smile and amazing energy. Sending hugs and prayers to the entire Crowley family. May Kelley rest in peace.

Jan Jacobs

January 2, 2021

Kelley was one of my best friends at MSU. We were in the Energy Show together and spent 3 months touring across the lower peninsula performing for kids in elementary schools. We spent a lot of time together my junior year at MSU in a few different productions. Kelley was my favorite disco partner, although he once dropped me on the floor, left me there and walked away... We talked about that last time we saw each other. May Kelley rest in peace; may his memory be a blessing to all of us that knew and loved him. My sadness with his family....

Denise Morales

January 2, 2021

I have many fond memories of my cousin Kelley. From family functions to going down to the Detroit Riverfront to watch the fireworks for Independence Day. Kelley would sing to the Queen album with Freddie Mercury. He was such a joy to be around.
I love you Kelley.
You WILL be missed.
Denise Fournier Morales

Euniece Dorland

January 2, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Kelley’s passing. I first met Kelley in elementary school. I have fond memories of working on SHS high school plays with Kelley. He was kind, funny and always made me laugh. My condolences to the Crowley family.

Martha Wood

January 2, 2021

Crowley family I am so sorry for your loss! Kelley and I were colleagues at Cigna Global. After he left the assignment in Scotland he came to our office in Wilmington DE. He was my boss and we worked very closely together for many years. He was a force!! I respected him and learned a great deal about operational leadership. He was charitable and kind. We lost touch over the years. I am sorry he is gone, I know he will be missed by many!
I include a picture of Kelley and me in middle, & another Cigna colleague on left Carolina Shau who has also passed sadly. This was taken in early 2000’s possibly when Kelley was heading up the Scotland Service center or just before that but after his assignment in Brazil.
He will be missed!

Athena Cowee

January 2, 2021

Kind, generous, intelligent, talented, just a good soul with a big heart . These are only a few of the great qualities Kelley held. He and I had the opportunity to share many life stories with each other over the years. He had great advice. I learned a lot from Kelley. I will cherish those moments .I’m so glad he was able to move back to MI to be with his family . My sincere condolences . With a big hug, Athena

Sara Durham

January 2, 2021

I had the privilege of working for him for a few years. And I got the job because I corrected his grammar! (I'm positive that both of us were card-carrying members of the grammar police!) At any rate, a few things stood out that almost everyone else touches on....his work at CIGNA/CIEB, his love for theater, and you, Colleen. When he talked about his family, he loved talking about you, Colleen. I'm sorry for your loss. Just know that he was always proud of you and loved you like the best friend and sister you were to him.

FROM THE FAMILY