CROWDER, William F.
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Bill Crowder, Spring City, Tennessee. William F. “Bill” Crowder, 82, originally of Marietta, Georgia, died January 16, 2014. Bill spent his career as an Industrial Hygiene Engineer in the Safety Division of Lockheed Aeronautics Division in Marietta. After retirement, Bill and his late wife, Sylvia, moved to Riverwood in Watts Bar Estates in Spring City, Tennessee. He is preceded in death by his parents William N. and Annie Mae Crowder and wife Sylvia Poe Crowder. Bill leaves his wife Patty and three children; Susan Peeples, Kennesaw, Georgia, Steve (Melanie) Crowder, Marietta and John (Darcy) Crowder, Cartersville, Georgia and Patty’s children; Al (Janet) Tallent and son Andrew and Barbara (Jonny) Tallent. Bill’s grandchildren are Josh Peeples, Wil (Brittani) Crowder and Brenna (Tim) Michaels. A memorial service will be held at the Spring City United Methodist Church on Saturday, January 25th at 11:00 am. Graveside military honors will be held and the family will receive friends afterward at the Family Life Center. Memorials may be made to the Spring City UMC Community Ministries or Bereavement Fund at P. O. Box 158, Spring City, TN 37381. Vaughn Funeral Home, Spring City is in charge of arrangements.

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Sally Pitner Johnson
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January 27, 2014
When I read the obituary about Mr. Crowder I saw some names that sounded familiar to me. My father's mother was Lou Crowder. She lived with her daughter, Martha Jane Pitner Thomas, when she passed away.

I was just wondering if any of your family recognize my grandmother's name.

You may contact me via email if you think we have a kinship.

sjohnson605@bellsouth.net
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