Dorothy Crabb

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died January 18, 2024

Gladstone, MI

 

Dorothy A. Crabb, age 74, of Gladstone, passed away Thursday, January 18, 2024 at OSF St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba. Her loving Husband, Richard Crabb is listed among the surviving family. A celebration of life will take place at a later. The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting the Crabb family.

11 Tributes for “Dorothy Crabb

    Dorothy was one of the kindest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting!! Sending my deepest and sincerest condolences to the entire family during this difficult time! Keeping you all on my prayers and sending lots of love ❤️ Fly high and rest peacefully Dorothy, you’ll be missed by so many!!

    Dear Dick and family, we are so sorry to hear of Dorothy’s passing. What a shock. We spent alot of time together in Harvey. She was so talented and artisic. We did excercise classes in a basement, and drank quite a few brews at Little Richards (Dry Dock) Lots of good memories and fun times. Our deepest sympathies to all the family. She will always be remembered in our hearts.

    Dear Crabb Family,
    Our deepest sympathy on Dorothy’s passing. We had good times together with our girls. I’ll always remember being stuck in the elevator with her while we were at a baseball tournament in Wyoming, MI.
    May our Lord surround you as you celebrate her life.

    Dear Crabb Family
    We are so sorry to hear of Dorothy’s passing, what a shock.
    Lots of good times and lots of laughs at the old Windmill Lanes bowling alley. Memories I will cherish forever. She was the kindest sweetest lady. She will be missed.
    Our deepest sympathies to the Crabb Family.
    Sending prayers and hugs
    R.I.P Dorothy. Fly high
    Love-Dee and Greg Adams♥️

    Dick and family, I’m so sad to hear of Dorothy’s passing. She was such an amazing woman and I hope you can take some comfort in the fact that she has made such an impact on so many young lives. I am lucky to have been one of her kids for a little bit of time and she was always loving but fair. I will always remember getting my first paycheck and the first thing I bought was a little antique teacup w/ saucer to give her. That was 40 years ago! So many memories of that home in Harvey. Best taco salad ever! She taught me things that I have passed down to my own kids, so thank you for sharing her with us troubled, wayward kids. She truly made a positive impact in the world. Hugs to all of you. Fly with the angels Dorothy.

    Richard & family,
    My heart hurts! Ms Dorothy was right by my side when my momma passed away. She gave me such great comfort letting me know how lovely my momma was and how beautiful she looked. All the help you and Ms Dorothy gave after my momma passed with helping with my dad was so greatly appreciated. I will miss her so very much. I couldn’t have made it through taking care of my momma without her, Marlene and Judy. Those three ladies were my rock. I know her and my parents are now together. Praying for you, Richard along with your family. ❤️

    Dear Dick and family,
    So sorry to hear of Dorothy’s passing. 33 years ago your family opened your hearts and home to take care of Hannah before her adoption. The kindness Dorothy showed us all will always be remembered. She was truly very special person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and always.
    Mary, Paul and Hannah Lagina

    Dear Dick and Family. Broke my heart to hear about my dearest old friend, we go back over 50 some years. I could write a novel on all cries and laughter we had. Memories are the legacy of life, and Dorothy certainly did leave many memories for everyone that was fortunate enough to ever know and love her. Rest in Heaven my sweet life-long friend. We will dance on a cloud and have a shot of Jose Cuervo, when I see you again.
    With my deepest sympathy, your in my thoughts, heart and prayers.
    Blessings to you all Mary Lou and Family

    Crabby. Our deepest condolences with the passing of Dorothy. I see her now sitting on the deck at camp enjoying the visits with family and friends. I’m including myself and departed husband “GERRY” in expressing our sincere sympathy with the loss of your wife Dorothy. Wishing peace for you and your family, your camping neighbour and friend. Kay and *GERRY* Corkin.

    Dear Dick and Family,
    I’m still in shock at the loss of Dorothy. I loved her very much and will miss her even more. She was a very special person and is leaving a giant hole to fill. I don’t even have the words to express how much she meant to me. As the tears are streaming down my face, I’m thinking of her. I love and miss you Dorothy Crabb!

    Love, Suzy

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