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My deepest sympathy goes to o Kerry. Will miss Richard’s smile, hugs and kiss at Ms Carolyn’s on Sunday mornings. Wonderful happy memories. Will keep Kerry in my thoughts and prayers.
Richard always made me laugh, I will miss him! I will be thinking of you too Kerry. Blessings to all your family.
I have some of the best and most fun memories of going out with Richard in my twenties and my girlfriends. He was always so much fun to be around and had an infectious personality. Richard you will be missed and definitely go down in history. Kerry my thoughts and prayers are with you, I know how much you loved Richard.
My heartfelt sympathy and love to you Kerry.Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Richard was a kind, generous, and loving soul. I'm going to miss him.
Can never forget your caring spirit, love for all and your laugh. Peace my friend.
Ron and Katie Covington
Rest in Paradise...We will miss not seeing you and Kerry at Locals around the fire pit.
Rest in peace, Richard. You will be missed.
Richard Andrew Crowe
Richard A. Crowe, 50 years old of Fernandina Beach FL, passed away on December 2, 2021, at the Warner Center for Caring.
He was born in Toccoa, GA to on February 16, 1971, to Suzanne and John Crowe.
After high school Richard went to West Georgia College on scholarship for tennis and waterskiing. After college he moved to Atlanta and opened a tour company which he operated for many years. He also worked at Bauer Medical and Allegiance Healthcare. Richard then moved to Fernandina Beach, Florida and worked at Ms. Carolyn’s Restaurant.
He leaves behind his husband of 26 years, Kerry Sylvester of Fernandina Beach, FL; his brother, Michael Crowe and family of Lake Rayburn GA; his stepmother, Rosie Crowe of Jasper, GA and an uncle, John K. Taylor and wife, Cindy and family. Richard also leaves behind his longest friend, Angela Cannon Porter and her husband, Mark of New York. He was a god parent to their children, Hudson, Carolyn and Avery.
Funeral services will be announced at a later time.
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OXLEY-HEARD FUNERAL DIRECTORS