William Gene Crowley Jr.

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William Gene Crowley, Jr.

William Gene Crowley, Jr. began his journey to rejoin his mother, father, sister and nephew in Heaven on Saturday, July 6, 2013. He was the eldest son of William G. Crowley and Marjorie Jean Barker Crowley and brother to Nancy Crowley Miller and uncle to Kevin Michael Crowley, all are previously deceased. Surviving are one sister, Jeanne Mae Crowley Burritt and four brothers, Michael A. Crowley, Patrick R. Crowley, Robert T. Crowley and Charles D. Crowley. In addition Bill had an "adopted" brother, Terry Arentowicz. Mr. Crowley leaves two children, a daughter, Kimberly Crowley and a son, Brian Crowley and his wife, Julie of Wisconsin. He is survived by two grandchildren, Luke Crowley and Brooke Crowley. Survivors also include his first wife, Susan Lewis, mother of Kimberly and Brian, also a previous loving wife, Terry Harmon and a current wife, Beatrice Gamboa. Mr. Crowley or Uncle Bill also leaves numerous other family members and countless friends which he treasured. He will be remembered as a man with a big heart and an infectious smile.

Mr. Crowley attended Randolph High School and Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. He spent many years with Airtron, a division of Litton Industries. He was in Sales Management for over 35 years in Madison, Wisconsin and the business district of San Francisco, California. Bill will be remembered for his sense of style and his attention to being an impeccable dresser.

Bill was a devoted father, loving grandfather, dedicated golfer and an unforgettable poker player. His passion for golf was evidenced by his winning the Crowley Cup Invitational again and again. He loved his dogs and will miss them dearly. They include Buddy, Cody, Petie and last but not least Olina.

He has stated that he "enjoyed his earthly life and journey which included nature, family, friends and loved ones." Bill wanted to thank Hospice, his doctors and caretakers which included his children, his sister and his 4 brothers for their loving care. Bill often remarked his goal in life was to be the man his dogs thought he was!

"Some people come into our lives and quickly go while others stay awhile and make footprints on our hearts and we are never the same."

A Celebration of Life Memorial for Bill will be held at the Mc Cloud Mercantile in McCloud, California on August 17, 2013. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Mercy Hospice Mt. Shasta, 94 Pine Street, Mt Shasta, California 96067. An online guest registry is available at www.mtshastamemorialchapel.com



Published in Daily Record on July 10, 2013
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