Norman Crowder, Jr

Senior Chief Norman Crowder Jr. age 62, went to be with the Lord on August 5, 2019 due to complications from stroke. He was born April 2, 1957 in Dayton, Ohio to Beulah Mae Blount and Norman Crowder Sr.

He later at the age of 14 met who was going to eventually be his future wife, Teresa Fuller. By the age of 17 he joined the United States Navy and served with his wife by his side honorably for 20 years, and retired as a senior chief petty officer on April 30, 1994.

Norman found joy in his family, old school music, playing games on his phone, vacationing on cruises, and lastly, hosting many bbq’s in his home and enjoyed seeing all of his family in one place.

He is preceded in death by his parents Norman Crowder Sr., and Beulah Mae Blount, brother Karl Crowder, and sister Patricia Foster.

He leaves to cherish his memories; loving wife Teresa Crowder, children Norman Carl (Cyndi) Crowder, Robert Darnell Crowder, Tiffany Dawn (Jason) Crowder, and Patricia Celeste Crowder, grandchildren Tyannah, Jailyn, DeAndre, Carl Jr., Jayden, and Jason Chavis, and his Stepmother Marie Crowder, siblings Phyllis Davis, Donza (Charles) Brooks, Ellis Smith, Greg (Evelyn) Smith, and Kenny (Sharon) Crowder, also a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends whom will miss him dearly.

Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 12:00pm Monday, August 12, 2019 at The Potter’s House Church of God, 3220 Lowell Drive.

Interment with Military Honors at Evergreen Burial Park.

Condolence Messages

  1. My condolences to the family. Praying for strength as you go thru this difficult time.

  2. We would like to extend our condolences to the family. In times of distress we need comfort that soothes our hearts. May the peace of God guard your hearts. Thoughts of peace.

  3. Teresa and Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Norm and he made my day by all his singing and stories about you all and life in general. He will truly be missed. May the memories and the love he had for you all help bring you peace during this difficult time.

    God Bless,
    Stacey Monnin

  4. My condolences to the family. So sorry for your loss. I have the pleasure of know Norm at DSCC. He was a great guy and always very helpful, he was appreciated. He will be missed. Praying for the family, God will see you through.

  5. Jeff & Nettie Tanner

    So very sorry for your loss. May God give you great comfort and peace.

  6. To the Crowder Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Norm from DSCC. He was such a great human being. I was honored to call him my friend. He always made time to talk to anybody. He will be greatly missed.

    May God comfort you in this time of sorrow.

  7. To the Family,
    I worked with Norman at NCMO Joint Base Andrews, MD with another mutual friend Owen Seals. I’m saddened and shocked by Norman’s sudden and untimely passing. He was a wonderful person and wonderful boss. I trust he didn’t suffer and he’s at rest. Deepest condolence and sympathy to you.
    In loving memory,
    Alpha McPherson

  8. Kimberly Matthews

    I am so very sorry for your pain. From conversations I had while working with Tiffany I know he was very much loved and will truly be missed. Please take comfort in knowing that he has moved away to a better place and someday you will all be together again. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  9. My heart goes out to you all for your loss it doesn’t seem real. He will be missed. I pray God strengthen you and give you peace. I love you all.

  10. Sending my prayers and condolences to my family Teresa . Karl, Robert, Tiffany, and Pat. So sorry for you loss I pray for peace and understand during your time of bereavement I love you all. Brother’s and sister of cousin Norman Jr. I continue to pray for you as well I love all of you.

  11. Deepest Sympathy to my family. We will miss my Cousin. God will see you through. Find comfort in the memories. Love you family. Sorry we cannot be there.

  12. Terri & Family I’m so sorry for your loss. Norman was such a sweet man!! From the first time I met him I felt as if I was part of the family. He will always be with my you!! Praying for your comfort.

  13. Linda Maddox Davis and family

    To my cousins in Columbus Ohio,

    I am so sadden by the loss of my cousin Norman Crowder. I thank God for the memories we shared as kids in Dayton Ohio. And what a surprise to find out later in life that we were cousins! Norman being the family man that he is, rekindle the relationship by reaching out on facebook! I thank God for the additional season we shared. Thank you Theresa for welcoming me and my family into your home. My thought and prayers continue to be with you always. May you find comfort in Jesus Name. RIP Norman

  14. Teresa Crowder & The Crowder Family l am so sharked and sorry to hear of your loss Norman (Buck) Crowder was a good friend to me was always there when l needed someone to talk to may God continue to bless you Teresa and your family during this difficult time!

  15. Terrilynn Crowder

    To my family, there are no words. “But God”. Keeping you lifted up in prayer Teresa and Celeste, Patricia and Carl and grandchildren. My Family❤️ Love You All Dearly❤️❤️❤️

  16. Jackie Caminero-Davis

    I offer my sincerest condolences for your loss.
    I had the honor of spending time with Norman during Tony’s retirement and then again before his cruise, he was a friendly and joyful man who loved his family with all his heart and soul. I will continue to pray for your peace during this difficult time.

  17. My prayers for strength from the Lord’s arms in the very sad time.

    Norman was always one to give a smile, and positive messages. Each morning I would see Norman, and he always had a kind greeting, great smile, and kind words. He would share kind advise on how to handle the negatives of life, and always did it with a smile.

    Norman had an impact on my life, on a very sad day, and helped me to turn my sadness around. I hope knowing how much of an impact Norman had on myself, and so many others will bring some comfort, in this very sad time.

    Blessings to your family, and may Norman live in the Lord’s arms in love, and peace.

  18. I know Norm from DSCC. Although we did not work together, his sparkling personality left a big impression. I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that you will find comfort in the Lord and in the great memories you have of Norm…..

  19. Corey Dixon and Family

    Ms. Terri, please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your husband. May the peace that comes from the memories of your love comfort you now and in the days ahead.

  20. It is with a heavy heart I leave my deepest and most sincere condolences for the loss of a truly wonderful man. My prayers are with the family especially Ms. Teresa, Carl, Tiff, Pat and Robert. I know he was the heart of your family and the loss is immeasurable. I will always remember his kindness, jokes and warm smile. He loved and took care of everyone he could..including me. He will be remembered fondly and missed greatly. May God’s grace comfort you during this difficult time. I’m so very sorry for your loss.

  21. My deepest sympathy to the family. I new Norm from DSCC. Norm was such a good and kind man. I will forever remember his smile. He smiled all the time. May god bless and comfort you during this very sad time. God speed Norm.

  22. Cynthia Hunter Bryant

    My condolences to the family. Praying for strength as you go thru this difficult time.

  23. Anthony "Tony" Davis

    To my beloved Crowder family:
    Uncle Norman is a blessing to all of us. The memories we shared with him shall forever be cherished. He served us all with a Jesus-filled love and showed us the road map of what “family” looks like. Although we will miss him dearly, we shall all rejoice together in celebrating Uncle Norman’s home-going. His spirit is with Jesus now and we shall see him again because of the blood and resurrection power of our Lord and Savior. I love you all so very much and I’m so thankful and honored to live every day with a spirit that has been touched by Uncle Norman.

Leave Your Condolence