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CRAWLER, Jennifer

1947- Morley, Alberta
2013 – Calgary, Alberta

We are sad to announce the passing of our beloved Jennifer Crawler on May 23, 2013.

Jennifer was born April 2, 1947 in Morley, AB. She was a Teacher’s Assistant for over 40 years at the Morley Community. Jennifer was the great-great-granddaughter of George Crawler, who signed the Treaty document – Treaty Seven.

Jennifer is survived by her son Stacy; a brother Lawrence Crawler (Charlene) and a sister-in-law Rosie Crawler. She is also Survived by nieces and nephews, Tracy Crawler (Rick), Colleen Crawler, Troy (Amanda) Crawler, Jay (Jamie) Crawler, Bonnie Crawler (Justin), Quentin Crawler (Adele), Leland Crawler, Jolie Crawler, Rudy Benjamin, Margaret (Terry) Rider, Wanda (Felix) Beaver, Marcella (Dave) Brooks and Heather (Kelly) Poucette and their families. Jennifer is also survived by cousins Violet Beaver, Kathleen (Henry)Holloway, Delphine Snow (Harvey), Brian (Eldra) Snow, Velma (Gerald) Powderface, Mina (Charles) Powderface, Eva Benjamin (Van), Florence (Bruce) Wesley Beaver, Ollie Benjamin (Ronalda), Elliott (Gwen) Benjamin, Lorna (Dave) Bearpsaw, Rosemarie Smith, Frank (Glenda) Crawler, Lou Crawler Jr., Martha, Irene and Ferlin Crawler (Charlene), Delphine Rider, Vera, Norma, Doreen, Doris, Debbie and David (Yvonne) Poucette; as well as relatives from the Crawler, Chiniquay, Simeon, Mark, Powderface, Twoyoungmen, Snow, Bird and House families. The family wishes to apologize if we missed anyone. Jennifer will be sadly missed by staff and students at Nakoda Elementary and Morley Community schools.

She was predeceased by her parents Jacob and Hanna Crawler; her brothers Albert, Harvey and Gilbert; her sisters May and Bertha; sister-in-law Shirley Crawler; nephews Clement and Cordy Crawler; aunts and uncle, Lily Benjamin, Frances Snow, and Isaac and Lucy Twoyoungmen; great-uncles and great-aunts, Lou Crawler Sr., Isaiah Crawler, Macdonald Chiniquay, Wilfred Chiniquay, Margaret Chiniquay, Josephine Chiniquay, Georgina Twoyoungmen, Alma Crawler, Annie Soldier, Wanda, Kathleen, Dorothy, Edna and Grace Dixon, Mary Wildman and Dorothy Lefthand; cousins Rosie and Jack Crawler, Chester, Clarence and Patricia Rider, Deanna, Julie and Bud Crawler.

Wake Services will be held at the residence Stacy Crawler (Morley, AB) on Monday, May 27, 2013. Funeral Services will be held at Morley Gymnasium (Morley, AB) on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 1:00p.m. Graveside Service to follow at the Crawler Cemetery (Morley, AB). Forward condolences through

In living memory of Jennifer Crawler, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Cochrane Funeral Home, 369 RAILWAY STREET, COCHRANE. Telephone: (403) 932-4740.

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  1. Marie Daumler :

    Jennifer was one of the first people I worked with at Nakoda Elementary and I so appreciated her warm and welcoming way. She was a kindhearted, sweet lady and well loved by all. She will be missed and I’m honoured to have known her.

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  2. Marcella Brooks :

    We love you auntie Jennifer and We will miss you dearly and our hearts go out to my cousin Stacy. We like to send our prayers and love to Stacy and our relatives. Love from Dave, Marcella, Frank Jr. and Hayley Brooks.

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  3. Laurie Wallace :

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Jennifer’s family and dear friends. Jennifer was always so kind and soft-spoken with the students she worked with, and had endless patience. As a colleague, I found her to be such a caring individual, who was always respectful, genuine and honest. It is an honor and a privilege to have worked with Jennifer. Jennifer was always true to her culture and proud of her family. I feel in my heart that Jennifer is in Heaven now teaching the little ones — quietly listening to them, and helping them, with all of the patience and kindness that she displayed here. In class today, a Grade 10 girl recalled that Jennifer had been her teacher’s helper back in third grade, and that she had made a memorable impact on all of the students. What a fitting & heartfelt tribute to such a fine lady. With over 40 years as a teacher’s assistant, Jennifer’s kindness has touched many, many students and her compassionate nature will be fondly remembered for years to come. She will be sadly missed at both of the schools, by the staff and students alike. Rest In Peace, Jennifer. Till we meet again.

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