William "Ron" Crenshaw
1934 - 2021
BORN
February 16, 1934
DIED
January 5, 2021
CRENSHAW, William "Ron", 86, of Colonial Heights, Va., passed away January 5, 2021. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Jean "Pud" Crenshaw; daughter, Judy Poindexter (Mike); sons, Jeff Crenshaw (Kimberly) and Scotty Crenshaw (Kathy); grandchildren, Cara, Eric, Kolby; sister, Sue Boze; and nieces, Patti Gerber and Cathy Bateman. Ron was a registered pharmacist and longtime owner of Colonial Heights Drug Store. He had many activities and interest in his lifetime. He enjoyed fishing and boating. He loved the Washington Redskins and his very good friend, Robert "Petro" Petrucciani had decades of Monday Night Football together. He always had an interest in aviation so much, so he obtained his private pilot's license and even became a co-owner of a plane with his good friends Jeff Sweeney and Dickie King. But his true passion was the game of golf. He had the proud moment of having a hole in one. He truly had a full and great life and many accomplishments throughout his lifetime. The family would like to thank Crater Community Hospice for all the care and kindness that they provided. Due to the Covid-19 situation a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Colonial Heights SPCA, Colonial Heights EMS, Crater Community Hospice. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Colonial Heights Chapel of E. Alvin Small Funeral Homes and Crematory, 2033 Boulevard, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834. Condolences may be registered at www.ealvinsmall.com.

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Published by Richmond Times-Dispatch on Jan. 10, 2021.
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