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MARGARET LOUISE (STRICK) CROWLEY December 30, 1933 - December 29, 2016 Margaret Strick was born in Spokane, WA to loving parents Herbert and Esther Strick on December 30, 1933. She graduated from North Central High School. In March of 1956, she married John (Jack) Crowley, a member of the United Stated Air Force. While stationed at Fairchild AFB (Spokane), they had two sons (Paul and David). As a spouse of a career air force non-commissioned officer, she was stationed in England, Georgia, Denver and Great Falls. While in Georgia, they had a daughter (Gail). After retiring from the Air Force, they settled in Spokane. During this time, she was employeed as a merchandiser with American Greetings. Tiring of cold Spokane winters, she began to spend winters in Yuma beginning in the 1990's, eventually moving to Yuma permanently until her death due to multiple organ failure. She enjoyed spending time with friends and family attending her grandchildren's sporting events, birthdays, graduations and awards ceremonines. She also engaged with friends and family in many activities consisting of: shuffleboard, pinochle, ponytail, canasta, water aerobics, bingo and bowling with team Huggers. She thoroughly loved her "extended family" in Country Roads, Yuma, AZ for the greater part of 20 years, who will sorely miss her presence and friendship, kindness and generosity. She was preceeded in death by her husband John (Jack) Crowley, daughter Gail, parents Herbert and Esther Strick, brother Howard Strick and sister Ruth Bolser. She is survived by her sons Paul & Lynnie Crowley (Kennewick, WA), David & Cheri Crowley (Spokane), Grandchildren Darci Crowley (Spokane Valley), Laura Crowley (Spokane); Chad and Shane Crowley (Kennewick, WA) , great-granddaughter Parker Marie Milks (Spokane Valley), niece Karen Torkelson (Spokane) and other numerous nieces and nephews. In lieu of gifts, the family suggest donations be given to Hospice of Yuma, the Leukemia Foundation or . She will be interred with her husband and daughter in Ft. Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Co. WE LOVE YOU MOM!!!
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Jan. 22, 2017
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