In Memory

Jackie Crowe (Finch)

Jackie Crowe (Finch)

Jackie’s service was beautiful.  There were so many wonderful memories shared.

Our class was out in full force to show our love for Jackie and to support each other.

                                       February 16, 1947 - January 4, 2019

 

     Jackie Beth Crowe Finch passed away on January 4, 2019 while visiting her daughter in Kansas.

Jackie was born on February 16, 1947 in Austin to the late Mary Seiders Crowe and Walter "Jack"

Crowe.  Jackie deeply loved her children and grandchildren, and loved nothing more than spending

time with them.  She was also a proud and active alumni of Waltrip High School (class of 1964),

where she a member of the Imperial Guard.  She was dedicated helping to plan and organize

many reunions and other gatherings.  She enjoyed shopping, especially for others, and especially

from QVC.

 

     Jackie was preceded in death by her parents; aunt, Arleene Seiders and her sister, Sandra Faye

Crowe.  She is survived by her brother Larry Crowe and wife, Candy; her daughter Cheryl

Greathouse and husband Bobby; son Douglas Reed and wife Bianca; and daughter, Carrie

Tsekouras and husband Theo.  She is also survived by her beloved grandchildren Dylan Martin,

Ryan Greathouse; James, Alex, and Katerina Tsekouras.  Additionally, she is survived by her

grand-dogs Rusty and Molly Reed.

 

     Jackie was a six-year survivor of breast cancer, and made it her mission to bring hope to

everyone she met while undergoing treatment.  A memorial service celebrating her life and

God's promises will be held at St. Stephen's United Methodist Church in Houston, where she was

a long-time member.  A light reception will immediately follow.  Donations in her memory can be

made to support breast cancer research, the church, or anywhere else you think she would

appreciate.

 


 

 


 


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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01/30/19 08:31 PM #1    

Teddie Jordan

Dear, beloved Jackie, you are gone from us in body, but definitely not in spirit. Just as you did in life, in death you have inspired us each to carry on in some way to honor your special legacy and memory. Whenever we gather, we will feel your presence. We know that you are enjoying your Heavenly reunion with loved ones who preceded you, and we equally look forward to seeing and hugging you again one day on our arrivals there. I have always said that like most of us, I’ve got a lot of explaining to do when I get there, but I am a salesman and I will do my best to get that order and be reunited there with so many of my loved ones  who have preceded me. 

Rest In Peace dear Jackie!


02/08/19 02:56 PM #2    

Beau Wann, Jr.

     SisJ.....Thank you for all you've done for diane and I and the class of 64 and surrounding classes...thanks for just being you...You know you were loved....Till we meet again sweet angel...

      your best bro Beau


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