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Marty Lou Crowell

Marty Lou Crowell

CROWELL

 

Marty Lou Crowell, 77, of Tilden, IL; born on April 30, 1944 in East St. Louis, IL; passed away Saturday, February 26, 2022 at the Sparta Community Hospital.

 

Marty loved relaxing at home reading her newspaper.  She was a Navy Vietnam Veteran.  Marty loved her children and did everything in her power to support her family over the years.

 

She is preceded in death by her parents – Clifton Tony and Doris V. (Wilson) Ridgway; one brother – Homer Ridgway; two sisters – Nancy Ellen Wade and Patricia “Patti” Chamberlain.

 

Marty is survived by two children – Melissa (Reynaldo) Casapao of St. Johns, FL and John Stanley Crowell of Waterloo, IL; six grandchildren – Victoria Crowell, Veronica (Gary) Griswold, Camryn Crowell, Ciara Casapao, Isabella Casapao, and Ava Casapao; one great grandchild on the way; one sister – Sandy Beddinger of Foley, AL.

 

Condolences to the family may be expressed at www.heilschuessler.com.

 

It was her wish to be cremated and no services will be held.

 

Heil – Schuessler & Sinn Funeral Home in Tilden, IL is in charge of arrangements.

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  1. Dawn Miers says:

    Rest in Peace my sweet Aunt. Thank you for your time of service.

  2. Angela Shook says:

    Aunt Marty. We love you always …..great lady !!! Till we meet again xo

  3. Keith and Linda Shook says:

    My sympathy to the family. Marty was a fellow veteran and we’ve been friends over 60 years. She was the sister I never had and I will miss our conversations. Stan and Melissa you have our love and hope you and your families will have good memories..I know we will. RIP dearest friend..until we meet again
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  4. Lela Neisler says:

    My sympathy to the family. Thank you, Marty, for being one of the 11,000 women who served in the Vietnam War. I remember Homer (31 March 1947-17 Oct 1997) at MTHS, who kept us all laughing, with his great sense of humor. He served as well – BT3 US NAVY VIETNAM

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  1. My sympathy to the family. Thank you, Marty, for being one of the 11,000 women who served in the Vietnam War. I remember Homer (31 March 1947-17 Oct 1997) at MTHS, who kept us all laughing, with his great sense of humor. He served as well – BT3 US NAVY VIETNAM

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    • Thank you
      She was very proud to have been a Navy veteran

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  2. My sympathy to the family. Marty was a fellow veteran and we’ve been friends over 60 years. She was the sister I never had and I will miss our conversations. Stan and Melissa you have our love and hope you and your families will have good memories..I know we will. RIP dearest friend..until we meet again
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  3. Aunt Marty. We love you always …..great lady !!! Till we meet again xo

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  4. Rest in Peace my sweet Aunt. Thank you for your time of service.

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