Amos Wesley Crawford III

Obituary
  • "Gone too soon but never forgotten. Our loving Creator keeps..."
    - AC
  • "Amos, I'm so sorry for the ache that you're experiencing..."
    - Valerie Evans
  • "Condolences to the family. GOD BLESS"
    - Mary Randall
  • "Amos, I just want to say thank you for entering my life and..."
    - Cheyenne Bailey-Stuarts
  • "Amos and family you have my condolences. May God Bless and..."
    - Cousin Quinnette Griggs

Amos Wesley Crawford III was born July 16, 1998 in Bradenton, Florida to parents Amos Jr. and Timanika Crawford. He passed away on June 3, 2018 at the age of 19. He graduated from Palmetto High on June 4, 2016. Amos was employed by Asplundh Tree Service and was a hard worker. He loved his family, shopping and looking good. He always had a smile on his face and was respectful to all. He was a wonderful and faithful son to his parents. Amos was active in football all the way from youth league through his high school years, having played basketball for Lincoln Middle School and running track for Palmetto High School. He was a genuine fan of the Philadelphia Eagles (2018 Super Bowl Champions) and the NBA San Antonio Spurs. He loved music and was always singing. His voice will truly be missed by all who loved him. He is preceded in death by his Maternal Grandmother: Bernadetto James; Paternal Grandfathers, Amos Wesley Crawford Sr. and Bobby Jackson; Maternal Grandfather, Kenneth Eugene Lee. Amos III, leaves cherished memories to his loving Parents: Amos Jr. and Timanika Crawford; Sisters: Kimberly Lee, Rhakida Cobbs, Ameshia Crawford and Shaiyan Crawford; Brother: Kahleb Crawford; Nephew: Steven Austin; Nieces: Adrianna Magwood and Paiyton Holloman; Uncles: Ronald James, Kieron James, Oeastay James, Bobby Jackson and Cecil Crawford; Aunts: Bernadette James, Kim Jones, Patrice Pompey and Deshawn Smith; Paternal Grandmother: Della Jackson and a host of extended loving family and friends. Viewing 6-8pm Friday at 720 Manatee Avenue West Bradenton and Funeral 2pm Saturday at Increasing Joy Ministries 2515 37th Street East Palmetto Apostle I Funeral Home Entrusted with Arrangements.
Published in The Bradenton Herald on June 14, 2018
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