Harriette "Wendy"-Crow-Obituary

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Harriette "Wendy" Ann Crow

Tyler, Texas

Jul 25, 1951 – Jun 6, 2020 (Age 68)


July 25, 1951
June 6, 2020
Tyler, Texas


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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

Services for Harriette Ann (Wendy) Crow will be held on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 10:00 AM at Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home in Tyler with Bishop Tom McAvoy officiating.  Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the Funeral Home.  Burial will follow at Whitehouse Cemetery in Whitehouse, under the direction of Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit.

Harriette Ann (Wendy) Crow passed away Saturday, June the 6, 2020 at her home, surrounded by family and friends. Wendy was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The daughter of Harriette Ann Courteney, Wendy was the fifth of five children. Surviving siblings are her brothers, Courteney Williamson, James Williamson and Steven Wills, Wendy survived the death of her only sister, Michael Ann Collier. She is survived by her loving husband, Stephen Crow; three children, Sandy Lee Cooper, Anna-Marie Porter, and Joshua Crow; grandchildren, Michael Logan Smith, Serana Alea Nikole Hudson, Joel Porter, Jr., Amanda Merrell, Colt Sidebottom and Charly Anna Crow; six great-grandchildren, Cavan Michael Smith, Cylis Hudson, William Bently Cope, Ashton Rose Cope, Dax Logan Smith and Link Alan Smith.

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Steve, Anna, Josh and Sandy.....I am so very sorry to hear of Wendy's passing. What a precious lady and one crazy neighbor :-) I remember she locked herself out of the house so much, we ended up keeping a spare key at our place for her! George always gave her a hard time about that, she was a sweetheart and I know you are missing her. We can take comfort in the knowledge that she is no longer hurting, and is looking down on all of you. God bless all of you, we love you. George and Janie

In loving memory of a wonderful person. Wendy was always kind and remained positive even during her health struggles. She will be missed. Praying for you Steve and your family, who she cherished.

Wendy was and is a wonderful person. I can't remember when she didn't love and support all those around her or do all she could, as best she could, to show them that she cared. She was a friend to my family as well as myself, diligent in service to others and so very loving and kind. When she listened, she learned, and remembered, and then used the knowledge to help when needed. Her physical limitations were a burden that she endured well, and all those loving, super skills she honed in life,...

My aunt Wendy was a friend as much as an adult figure in my life. She brought light to heavy situations and always lead with love even if in discipline mode. Visiting Texas as a child I remember her taking us to get snow cones in town, and enjoying hours together eating BBQ & swimming in the backyard. With our birthdays so close, Wendy would secretly tell me that I was her favorite nephew here right now, it always felt good even if I knew it probably wasnt 100% true. As an adult,...

Wendy was such a fun, outgoing person, always had a smile. She was incredibly friendly and personable, had an optimistic attitude regardless of her circumstance. She was strong and persevering. She'd push herself to succeed when clearly it was a physical struggle. But she was a great example for all of us who don't have health problems, and I suppose, for those who do also. She talked about her family and friends with a sparkle in her eye, and her kids and grandchildren beaming with pride. I...

So sorry for your loss Steve may God heal and be with your family at this time.