Betty E. Crow, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away on August 21, 2023, in Salem, Ohio. She was born on March 29, 1938, in West Virginia. Betty's soothing presence and unwavering love will be sorely missed by all who knew her.
Throughout her life, Betty found joy in seemingly simple pleasures. Mornings at the kitchen table were always a source of comfort for her as she played solitaire and savored her cup of coffee. One of her favorite moments was when her son-in-law would bring her an evening popsicle, brightening up her day with this small gesture. Additionally, Betty loved spending time with her daughter Elaine at the Hartville Flea Market, creating cherished memories together.
Betty had an affinity for television shows such as QVC, HSN, The Voice, and American Idol. She eagerly followed these programs and often found herself engrossed in the captivating performances and heartwarming stories they presented. Word searches also provided a source of entertainment for Betty as she challenged herself to find hidden words within the puzzles.
One of Betty's proudest accomplishments was finding true love and marrying Albert Crow in 1984. Their marriage was filled with unwavering support and endless love. Betty cherished each moment spent with Albert and considered him the love of her life.
Betty leaves behind a legacy of warmth and love that will continue to thrive within her surviving family members and friends. She is reunited with her loving husband Albert Crow who preceded her in death. Betty is also proceeded in death by her mother Mary Huff, father George Huff, sisters Margret Olnick, Sylvia Fish, Ruby Thomas, Flora Fish, Dorothy Stoffel, Jane Ritchea , Helen Courtwright , brothers William Huff and Milton Huff ,grandchildren Derek Midcap and Ashley Davis.
Among those left to cherish her memory are her daughters Mary (Bert) Boyd, Virginia (Buster) Midcap, Patricia (Henry) Davis, Elaine Jarvis, Cathy (Dale) Myers, Rodney (Jodie) Jarvis and 14 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren also survive Betty. Her warm embrace and unconditional love will forever reside in the hearts of her descendants.
To honor Betty's life, visitation services will be held on August 25, 2023, from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at Dean's Funeral Home located at 256 W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH, 44672. Following the visitation, a funeral service will commence at 1:00 PM at the same location. These services offer an opportunity for friends and family to gather together and celebrate a life well-lived.
In Betty E. Crow's quiet demeanor and gentle spirit lies a beautiful soul that touched countless lives. She will forever be remembered for her unwavering love and dedication to her family. Betty was a beacon of warmth and kindness in this world – a true testament to the power of love. May she rest in eternal peace knowing that her memory will live on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to have known her.
Friends and family may sign the online guest book at www.deansfuneralhome.com. Arrangements were entrusted to Dean's Funeral Home, Sebring, Ohio.