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“Tom and Gail, Ashley and Kim, So sorry to hear of your mother and grandmother's passing. She was a true Southern Lady! Please know that you...Read More »
1 of 4 | Posted by: Debbie Sutton - Albany, GA

“Thoughts and prayers to Tom and Bob and families. You all have been my second family. Love to you all! ”
2 of 4 | Posted by: Patty Gerst - Lake Blackshear, GA

“To the Crowley, it was such a joy to have known ms. jean she made our day so pleasant and kept us laughing always looking for her boys she will be so...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Teresa Floyd - Americus, GA

“Tom and family, So very sorry to hear about your mother. - Peggy ”
4 of 4 | Posted by: Peggy Lawrence Thomas - GA

Jean Momand Crowley, 90, passed away Sunday, August 17th. She was born January 24, 1924 to Olivine Faye and Gladys Stephens Momand and grew up in Macon, Georgia. While attending the University of Georgia, she met and married Ernest Z. Crowley, Jr. of Hollywood, Florida, who passed away in 2004. The couple raised their family here in Albany. During their nearly sixty years of marriage, Mr. & Mrs. Crowley also lived in Jamaica and Atlanta and traveled extensively before returning to Albany for retirement.

Jean was a wonderful wife and mother. She had an incredible zest for life pouring herself into activities of all kinds from Albany's Junior League to Cub Scout Leader, substitute teaching, newspaper delivery, Christmas card sales, Bridge, cooking, knitting, pottery, dance and exercise.

In addition to her husband & parents, Jean was also preceded in death by her youngest son, James S. Crowley. She leaves two sons: Robert E. Crowley (Emily), of Panama City Beach and Thomas M. Crowley (Gail), of Albany; six grandchildren: Kim C. Kesting (Johnny), Ashley C. McCue (Brady), Robert K. Crowley, Courtney C. Walker, Chad Crowley (Carrie), and Anne C. Cope (Matt); six great-grandchildren and special niece & nephew Gloria Jean Winters & Charles Chambliss, both of Macon. Jean also had a wide circle of dearly loved friends who she considered 'family'.

Jean was an active member of Porterfield Methodist Church & Circle 2. Visitation with the family is planned for 1 pm Wednesday at Porterfield Methodist Church followed by a service at 2pm with Rev. Leigh Ann Raynor and Rev. William Collins officiating. Interment will follow in Crown Hill Cemetery.

The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the staff of Mattie H. Marshall
Center and Magnolia Manor for their amazing care and support.

In lieu offlowers, memorial donations can be made to Mattie H. Marshall Center, 2001
South Lee Street, Americus, Ga 31709.