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Crowe

Funeral services for Freeman Grant Crowe, 84, of Milano will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2001, at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel in Rockdale with Pastor Steve Watts and Pastor Malcolm Kniffen officiating. Burial will be in Sand Grove Cemetery near Milano.

Mr. Crowe died Saturday, Nov. 19, in Manor Oaks Nursing Home in Rockdale.

He was born Dec. 24, 1926, to Arthur and Angie (Maddox) Crowe.

He married Marjorie Taylor on March 20, 1953, in Port Houston.

Mr. Crowe had been a Milano resident since 1962.

He was a retired equipment operator for Milam County Precinct 3.

Mr. Crowe was a U.S. Army veteran, serving from 1945 to 1947.

He was a member of Milano Church of Christ and enjoyed the outdoors and hunting.

Survivors are his wife, Marjorie Crowe of Milano; four sons, Alden Crowe and wife Paula, Danny Crowe and wife Inez, Craig Crowe and wife Sharon, all of Milano, Bryce Crowe and wife Lisa of Del Valle; three daughters, Eileen Cogburn and husband Byrl of DeLeon, Brenda Walker and husband Steve of Taylor, Freda Page and husband Joel of Dripping Springs; three brothers, Dean Crowe and wife Marilyn of Pontiac, Michigan, Donald Crowe and wife Diane of Jesup, Georgia, Bob Crowe and wife Margaret of Midland; and a sister, Betty Jean Pace of Somerset, Kentucky; also, 25 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Serving as pallbearers were Kenley Crowe, Nathan Crowe, Calvin Crowe, Daniel Cogburn, Riesel Crowe and Martin Cogburn.

Honorary pallbearers were Caleb Crowe, Colby Crowe, Connor Crowe, Corbin Crowe, Manoah Crowe, Javan Crowe, Enoch Crowe, Avery Crowe, Clay Walker, Phillip Walker, Lincoln Willis, Kelsey Bounds and Kent Bounds.


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