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Jack Crowley September 19, 1935 - October 18, 2020

John Newell ‘Jack’ ‘Mr. C.’ Crowley

Surrounded by loving family and anointed with Sacraments of the Church, Jack died peacefully on Sunday, October 18, 2020.  He was loved by Sally (nee Hogan), adored by Ellen, Michael (Carrie), Kathleen (Jon Falk), and Dan (Ellen).  Cherished grandfather of Lauren and Andrew Falk, Kieran, Connor, Colman, Margaret and Thomas Crowley.  He was the dear son of William and Helen (McDonald) Crowley and beloved brother of Joanne Sullivan (John) and the late Bill Jr., and Jim (Patricia).  Jack was a proud graduate of St. Louis University High School and the University of Notre Dame.  After service aboard the USS Ranger in the Navy and starting his career at IBM, he founded Jack Crowley and Associates, the first computer consulting company in St. Louis.  In later years, he took great pleasure in owning a full operating farm, driving a Parkway school bus and coordinating the Golden Domer luncheons.  He loved seeing the Irish or his children or grandchildren take the field.  He will be remembered for his faith, curiosity, dedication to family, love of life and great humor.

Services: Incarnate Word Catholic Church, 13416 Olive Blvd, Friday October 23rd.  Visitation 9:30-11:00 followed by Funeral Mass.  To view a Livestream of the Mass, please click on this link.  https://boxcast.tv/view/jack-crowley-funeral-d8m1oytlz0v2fjmxivzc  Please consider contributions to Incarnate Word’s chapter of St. Vincent de Paul or Education Assistance.

Incarnate Word Catholic Church, 13416 Olive Blvd, Friday October 23rd.  Visitation 9:30-11:00 followed by Funeral Mass.


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    Karen Kolmer says

    On behalf of Bob & Irene Hentschell & the Hentschell family, we offer our deepest condolences & prayers to the Crowley family. We have many fond & happy memories of your Dad on Forest Crest Drive. Wonderful childhood memories with the Crowley family.

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    Shira Vickar says

    My deepest sympathies to the entire Crowley family. I can picture your dad driving his riding lawn mower, a lot. Your family was an important part of my fond childhood memories and I’m saddened to read about your loss. I’m thinking of you all.

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      Aaron Vickar says

      Danny was my best friend growing up —- so much time spent running back and forth with “tippy” (the dog) chasing us down. Hitting my head on the fireplace 🙂 so many memories of being with you and your entire family. I am so sorry for your loss and am thinking of all of you during this difficult time.

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    Julie Willis says

    Sally, Ellen and the entire family, I have so many fond memories of conversations with Mr.Crowley on Friday and Saturday night all through high school. He was such a great man and always ready with a story. He will be missed. Sending love and prayers to you all.

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    Mike King says

    I had the fortune of meeting Jack through the Notre Dame Club of Saint Louis. He was such a friendly man and I always enjoyed seeing him. My Deepest Sympathies to the Crowley Family.

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