Robin V. Crawford

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    - Jim and Beth Ferguson
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Robin V. Crawford was born on July 12,1941. On June 9, 2014, she died in her sleep. She was preceded in death by her mother Alice Vogelsang of Mobile, Alabama; her father Wilson Reichert, Port Clinton, Ohio; her loving stepdad Jack Vogelsang Sr., Mobile, Alabama; her sister Deborah Heath, Mobile, AL.

She is survived by her two sons Michael Crawford, Soldotna, Alaska, and Allen Crawford, Pebble Beach, California; her brother Jack Vogelang Jr., numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, & Aunt Jerry Jenkins of Gainesville, Florida.

Robin was always active in many things in her life. She graduated Murphy High School, Mobile, Alabama in 1959. She was in the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at University of South Alabama. She met her love of her life Timothy Crawford, and was married on August 31, 1963. Her first son Michael was born on June 7, 1964, in Coranado, California. Her second son Allen was born on November 16, 1968, in Los Angeles, California. Robin was a big part of the POW-MIA league of families in the early 1970s. A life highlight was when then California Governor Ronald Regan called her to attend the fundraiser she ran for the POW-MIA mission. She was proud of her picture with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Regan. She was a real estate broker in Orange County, California, and always the team mom for her sons various sport teams.

In 1977 she moved to Conroe, Texas. She was involved in the local Jr. Golf at River Plantation. She became heavily involved in the operation Santa Claus nonprofit to help underprivileged children in Montgomery County, Texas. She was also involved in the Conroe High School Football booster club. Robin was in charge of many Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) golf tournaments. Robin was a passionate genealogist which has led to a very large amount of information. Subsequently she became a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Robin was never afraid of a challenge.

In her younger years, she loved the beaches of Florida and was part of the Cypress Gardens Ski team. Robin held a patent, wrote a cook book, and raised two sons.

On June 15, a celebration of life will take place at the Windsor Lakes Club House beginning at 2:00 p.m.

All are welcome.


Published on yourconroenews.com from June 13 to June 26, 2014
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