Joe-Crowder-Obituary

Joe R. Crowder

West Lafayette, Indiana

1977 - 2020 (Age 43)

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Joe R. CrowderJoe R. Crowder, 43, passed unexpectedly in his home on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.Born in Sullivan, Indiana January 16, 1977 to Robert H. and Naomi (Borsoni). He grew up in Lafayette, Indiana, graduating from Jefferson High School in 1995. He graduated from Full Sail University in...

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Sorry for your lost. I had the pleasure of working with him probably 10 years ago.

Joe, I knew you almost my whole life. I have no words to capture how I feel but you became such a great part of so many people's lives. Everyone is blessed to have known you.

My heart and prayers go out to Anji, the twins, his family and friends. He was an amazing husband, father, family member and friend. You all have a beautiful soul looking over all of you. Rest in peace Joe.

Anji and the boys. My prayers and condolences are with you during such a difficult times

Reedy, It was a privilege to know you and to say you are my cousin! You were always easy to talk to and no matter how long between our talks we could always pick up right where we left. I will miss my mother's day text and your wonderful hugs.
My heart goes out to Anji, the boys and Kara. I love you all!

Anji is one of the sweetest people I know, and through her photographs, posts, and comments regarding her life with Joe, I knew she married a wonderful man. I did not know him, but I knew his character and the impact he made on her life as well as their sons.

This world is poorer to be without Joe Crowder and I pray he is at peace and that Odin's halls have received him.

Rest peacefully Brother. Until Valhalla - XP220

I told Anji and Mom this one at Joe's viewing. I wish to share it with all of you reading this now.

I had the blessed opportunity of dragging Joe along with me on a production gig for Nickelodeon, it was for their Slime Cup challenge. He wasn't there to be a grip that day. He was there helping me do my job, Teleprompting.

We had the best time together. I could tell he was enjoying it as much as I was. How could I not. I had my bear of a bro beside me. Both of us having...

A pleasure to know. Loved this boy since he was born.
Rest peacefully Joe. Till I see you again, Dolly