Frederick N. Crowley

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Frederick N. “Fred” Crowley passed away Feb. 10, 2017 surrounded by his loving  family. He was born Oct 11, 1948 to Lawrence “Bill”

and Gladys Crowley of Addison.He was part of the last graduating class of Addison High School in 1966 and was able to attend the 50th reunion this past summer.  In 1967, he joined the USAF and was stationed at Davis-Monthan AFB – Tucson, AZ. He served two tours of of duty in Vietnam,and was also stationed in England. He was honorably discharged in 1975 with the rank of Sgt. While in Arizona he attended Pima Community College and was involved in the college theater, an interest that began in high school.

 

Fred was well known for his sense of humor, his infectious laugh and his love of puns.  He was a huge sports fan, most namely the Red Sox, Celtics, and Patriots.  His occupations were many, to include worm digger,much loved school bus driver, ambulance driver, basketball referee,  fire fighter, and even hot air balloon chaser.  Above all else, besides his family, Fred loved acting. Consistently throughout his life, from high school until recently he took part  in productions in community theater; Columbia Players, Rubicon Playhouse, Down River Theater, Narraguagus Players, to name a few, often times involving his grandchildren as well. He loved being an extra in movies such as Used Cars, Stir Crazy, The Sacketts, Pet Sematary, and Thinner. He thoroughly enjoyed helping with the youth theater at both the Rubicon and at UMM.

 

Fred was devoted to his service organizations. He was a member and past master of Tuscan Lodge #106, Anah Shrine Mini Car Unit, VFW Post #11553 , and the American Legion Post #8.

 

Fred is survived by his life partner Linda Harmon, daughter Sheri and husband Morton “Danny” Thaxter Jr., three grandsons Derek, Jared, and Kyle Thaxter, all of Columbia Falls; sister Florence Mayne and  husband Bob of Browns Mills New Jersey; brother Wayne Crowley and wife M.T. Clark of Wayne, Maine; Linda’s two sons James and  wife Kate, Jason and  wife Megan, and their children of Ellsworth; daughter Sheri’s mother Laura and  husband Clyde Merrill, of  Milbridge.  He was predeceased by his parents, his second wife Cindi Sue Read Crowley, and his brother Glendon Crowley.

 

A service will be held at the VFW in Harrington on Sunday, Feb. 19th at 2:00 p.m. with reception to follow. Committal will be in the spring.

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6 Responses to Frederick N. Crowley

  1. Linda L Tarr says:

    Heartfelt sympathy to all of Fred’s family.. My heart goes out to Linda especially today, Linda you were so dedicated to the love of your life Fred.. God Bless you ! RIP Fred.. Love and prayers to you all.. Linda Tarr

  2. Pamela Beal says:

    So sorry to read this Linda, Fred and I had some great talks during my football pool years, at my home and on the phone Sunday mornings. We always talked of Red Sox and our predictions, Patriots, and he kept me up on his activities, health, and of course how you were doing. Fred was a great person and friend and so devoted to you! Sending sympathy and love to you Linda and your family.

  3. Patricia R "Alley" Fatty says:

    My condolences to the family of Fred. Linda I am so sorry to read about the passing of Fred. I know he meant the world to you and may God give you comfort. Love ya! RIP Fred

  4. Michelle McLaughlin says:

    Thoughts and prayers to the family. Always enjoyed talking to him. Most of the time I would run into him at the grocery store and we would chat. Rest in Peace Fred.

  5. Madeline and Don Ehlert says:

    Prayers for the family; Fred was deeply loved by all. I know Flo and Bob from USAF. May Our Lord receive Fred into everlasting peace. One day all will be united once more in the Heavenly Kingdom.

  6. D HOLLAND says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. As you mourn and grieve the loss of your loved one, may you too be consoled. Almighty God will soon undo all that death has caused. By means of a resurrection to life, many who have died will live again right here on this cleansed earth. No more sickness, no more death, just peace and happiness earth wide for everyone.
    (Job 14:14-15, John 5:28-29, Psalm 37:11,29, Isaiah 33:24 & Revelation 21:4)
    These promises are a guarantee from God. (Titus 1:2)

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