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Donald W. Crowl

FAWN GROVE , Pennsylvania

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Donald W. Crowl, 57, died at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 31, 2002 at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD following a short illness. He was the husband of Shirley R. (Johnson) Crowl and had observed their 36th wedding anniversary on August 13. Mr. Crowl retired in September 2001 as a...

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Not believable,not him,a star of hope, a father figure for sooo many,a trusting friend, a great model of a man!

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, I will think of our dear Donnie and miss him again this year, and probably for all the years to come. He was so much fun to be with when we were kids growing up together. He was patient with us when we begged him to pump the player piano for one more tune, another walk in the woods, another year at the "kiddie table" when he deserved to sit with the adults. He helped to make this holiday so memorable for me because he seemed to enjoy...

Hi Don! Guess what? I got promoted at my job. I am now a Credit Supervisor :) I know exactly what you would say, Great Job & YOU DESERVE it! I hear you saying things to me all of the time, because you will ALWAYS be in my heart. Donna and I had dinner with Shirl a few weeks ago & it was GREAT to see her. She is such a WONDERFUL person and the two of you are like peas in a pod. Thank you again for always being my father figure and I will always remember what a FANTASTIC, WONDERFUL MAN...

I'm still putting one foot in front of the other. A year has passed. My life has continued and I wake each morning and go downstairs expecting to see you drinking your coffee with my teacup sitting in wait. I doesn't happen. People say that I am coping well, but I think I am just pretending it's a terrible dream. I miss you so. Your funny smile, your loving touch, your teasing, your hand in mine. I wonder what will become of me now? WE were two halves which made a whole. I am only a small...

It's hard to believe that a year has past since Don was with us.
I really can't believe I got thru a year without him. Yet, in my heart I know he is with me. My life has changed considerably without him.
I fortunately get to talk and see Shirl, which helps me keep myself together. Please continue to keep Shirl in your prayers. She is a wonderful person.
Everytime I look up to the heavens, I know Don is there still watching over me. I miss him terribly.

I am hoping this will post since it has been a long time since anything was posted. I have been thinking about Mr. Crowl alot lately. There has been so many times in the past year that I have picked up the phone to call him. Only to begin to cry because I knew I couldn't reach him by phone. There has been so many times when I have needed some good sound advice. People say the hurt and pain will get easier over time, but I don't think the emptiness I, and many others,feel will ever get easier....

Mr. Crowl,
It seems like only yesterday that I saw you when I came home for vacation. That was two years ago. Coming home now for vacation there will always be a void because you are not there for me to tell you what has been going on in my life since I moved away in 1993. I never thought that it would be the last time I would ever see you. I am so thankful that I took pictures that day of you with my daughter who you also had in school, and her three children. When I received...

There is no words that can say how wonderful you are to so many people in this world and I am sure because of you there are alot of better people I WILL TRULY MISS YOU AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AGAIN
LOVE ANDREA AND FAMILY

Because of You ,Believeing in Me and Being an Inspiration in my Life ; I have Became Someone that You and I can Both be Proud Of .... A Teacher.