“Such a wonderful person will live on in the memory of every person he touched. Our prayers are with you.
“Shirley and Tim, Francis and Jim and Jack, My deepest sympahty over the loss of your father, Brother Crowe, as we always called him at church. Many wonderful memories of the times we shared at church and in his home over the years. You can know your Dad is in heaven rejoicing with all those who have departed this earth for a better place.
“I'll miss you Grandpa. You were the reason I wanted a farm life. Thank you.
“Frances and family, Thinking of you and your family during this most difficult time. It is never easy giving up your Dad, but I know you have many wonderful memories that will help you through this.
“On behalf of the officers and members of Camden Lodge #159, we extend our heartfelt and sincere condolances to the entire family of Brother Owsley Crowe. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
“Jack, We were saddened to hear about your dad. Our prayers and sympathy go out to you and your family. In this difficult time, may you find the kindness of friends to comfort you, compassion to warm and sustain you, and the unfailing love of Jesus to bring peace to your heart. We will be thinking of you.....
"Ducky and Buffy"
“Rodney let me know about Mr. Crowe's passing. He'll always be Mr. Crowe to me. I'm so glad Rodney was able to share those pictures or our parents in Florida. I always felt so welcome and at home playing with Shirley and Jackie when we were little. Fond memories of a great family. Thinking of all of you with love
“I will always love and miss you.
Owsley O. Crowe, 95, formally of Gratis Township & Germantown, passed away, Monday, Nov. 12,2012 at Greenbriar Nursing Center in Eaton.
He was born in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, on Feb. 25,1917 to the late Garnet"Jack" and Mary Ellen (Hartgrove) Crowe. He was a WWII Army...Read More