Dorothy Mae Crawford

  • Sep 29, 2020 Cheryl & Chantay..my deepest condolences I too lost my father a year ago I know your pain hope you both are okay LC Winston
  • Aug 11, 2020 Chantay and Cheryl my sincere condolences to you both on the passing of your mother. So many childhood memories. Praying for peace and comfort. David Simon
  • Aug 7, 2020 My deepest condolences to the family.

    Gene & Joyce Winston
    Joyce Winston
  • Aug 7, 2020 My deepest condolences to the family.

    Gene & Joyce Winston
    Joyce Winston
  • Aug 7, 2020 My deepest condolences to the family.

    Gene & Joyce Winston
    Joyce Winston
  • Aug 7, 2020 My deep felt condolences to the Hollins family and all its extensions. You are in my prayers,and may the peace of God abide with you.
    Treasuring various interactions with members of the family,
    P. Williams
    Patricia Williams
  • Aug 7, 2020 Chantay and Cheryl, you have our most sincere condolances and, may your mother\'s infectious smile and heartwarming laugh forever live through you. God bless you and your family. Albert Windom
  • Aug 5, 2020 Dorothy was an aesthetically beautiful woman, highly intelligent and wise beyond her years. She was my friend since 7th grade. I always admired her, additionally for her sense of humor! She was \" the complete package!\" Family, she will be sorely missed by me. Dr. Margaret Woodard Woods
  • Aug 4, 2020 Cheryl,
    My prayers are with you, Zach, Sydney, your sister, and the rest of the family. Your mother was a beautiful woman who lived an extraordinary life. I join you in celebrating her and the legacy she leaves for you all.
    Dee Chambliss
  • Aug 2, 2020 Dorothy was a dear cousin. What I remember most, was Dorothy\'s positive attitude about life in general; this was only matched by her natural beauty. Dorothy also had an affinity for family history; remembering dates, events and people.
    Rest in sweet peace.
    Ramona Castex Williams
  • Aug 1, 2020 Cheryl, I\'m praying God\'s constant, everlasting comfort for you and your family. May the sweet, cherished memories of your Mother help to ease some of your pain as the God of Peace comforts your heart. Pamela Miller
  • Aug 1, 2020 Dorothy was/still is, my big sister. This is the term we used when referring to her, my oldest sister. My big sister was like a second mother to us. She stood in my mother\'s stead when she was running errands or wasn\'t around to give advice or guidance. My big sister gave us our marching orders as children and we marched accordingly. As adults, we sought out her wise advice, knew that she was always willing to listen and would shoot straight from the hip with a big dose of humor to make the medicine go down easier. My big sister was a good person and matter of fact; exactly the way you want someone that leads to be. My big sister is no longer here to give her advice, make phone calls so I can just hear her voice or bring a smile to my face... Right about here she would think of a perfect joke to tell and I wish I had her wit to honor her in the same way, but instead, I have to be me. She always said she loved my outspokenness and my passion for everything I love and here is where I say, there will never be another like my big sister Dorothy. Whether she is here on earth or up above, I will always love her. I will remember her wit with a smile and I will share her wise advice with those who need it. Dorothy always said I was her hero, but in truth, she was my hero and guiding light. Not a day will go by that she won\'t be missed. Carol Foote-Sadler