CHESAPEAKE – Robert J. Crawford passed away on December 29, 2010. He is survived by his wife, Tina Clayton-Crawford; sons Derrick and Danah Crawford, step-son Derek Clayton and step-daughter Courtney Clayton.
Robert was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and served in Desert Storm. Robert was a caring helper to many people and always had an open door for anyone in need.
A memorial gathering will be held at Family Choice Funerals and Cremations, 5401 Indian River Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. on Saturday the 8th of January from 2:00PM to 4:00PM. Please share a condolence with the family on-line via this web site.Send Flowers
Robert reminded me in some ways of a big ole teddy bear and the fact that he could raise the roof and not just by talking and messing with others but when he would be sleeping and start to snore. It could make you pull your hair out. I will miss all of us getting together and cooking out. We sure had a nice time this past Thanksgiving even though Tina couldn’t be here but Robert, Justin and Derrick were all three here with us and we ate some food. Tina, you and the family are all in my thoughts and I couldn’t ask for a better sister. I love you and the family and I hope all goes as well as can be expected.Love Thelma
RIP RobertLove Thelma
Robert, I don’t even know where to begin. The way you always told the story about how I silenced you and Tina’s entire wedding reception with a burp at every family get together. You aways gave great advice to me, thank you. You will always be remembered in my family. With Love,Aly & Chad-lee
thank you for my freedom and the freedom of all Americans…YOU ARE A HERO !!!
Tina, You and your family are in our prayers. Stay strong and hold on to all the good memories!Love you!
Robert, it sure was good getting to spend time with you. I just wished it could have been longer. It sure was fun watching you run that tractor on our trip. You did a pretty good job of it. I knew I would be able to make a rancher out of you some day, but we all know that some day when the good lord says its time to come home we got to go. So as one rancher to another this is where the cowboy rides away, RIP Robert, you will be missed.Darin