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Crowe, John

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John Wesley Crowe, age 78 of Carrollton, passed away on Monday, August 31, 2020 at Tanner Medical Center. The family will receive friends at Darby Funeral Home on Thursday, September 3rd from 12pm to 2pm. The funeral will follow the visitation at 2:30pm in the chapel of Darby Funeral Home with Rev. Jeff Byrd officiating. Interment will follow at Pine Ridge Memorial in Kennesaw. He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Mollie Crowe, his brother - Keith Crowe, his sister, Betty Mitchell, his grandchild, Ryan Anderson, and his great-grandchild, Mishell Loudermilk. He is survived by: Daughter - Deliliah (Michael) Griffis of Winston Daughter - Bonnie (Wayne) Winkles of Villa Rica Daughter - Tonya (Calvin) Barfield of Temple Son - John Timothy Farmer of Bremen Sister - Brenda Mulkey of Hiawassee Sister - Barbara Croy of Jasper Sister - Donna Parker of Canton Sister - Peggy Lorrens of Canton Brother - Billy Crowe of Holly Springs Brother - Jim Crowe of Canton 14 grandchildren and 16 grandchildren also survive. The caring staff of Darby Funeral Home is honored to serve the Crowe family.

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