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J.K. Crow

Thursday, March 10, 2005

Born 9-10-1915 -- Died 2-28-2005

J.K. Crow, 89, of Cave City, Ark., died Feb. 28, 2005, at Cave City, Nursing Home in Cave City, Ark.

Born Sept. 10, 1915, at Cave City, Ark., he was the son of Oliver Verdo and Sarah Junie James Crow.

He was a minister, attended Missionary Baptist Institute in Little Rock, Ark., Landmark Baptist College in Hayward, Calif. in 1968, was Chaplain of Civil Air Patrol in 1978 and Chaplain of North Star Co., attended International Bible Institute and Seminary in Orlando, Fla. in 1979, Master of Bible Theology Bible Institute in 1980, Bible College in New York in 1981, National School of Theology Bible Seminary in 1982, Tribune Biblical University Doctors of Letters in 1990 and selected for Honorary Degree of Letters

He was a U.S. Army Veteran of World War II and a member of Liberty Baptist Church where he also served as pastor for several years.

Survivors include a daughter, Frances Chavez of Cave City; a sister, Lockie Dobson of Batesville; four grandchildren -- David Garver of Little Rock, Rickie Garver of Batesville, Terry Garver of Hardy, and Tonya Medlock of Batesville; nine great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Agnes Stout Crow; two brothers -- Raymond Crow and Floyal Crow; a grandson, Tony Garver and an infant grandson Baby Chavez.

The funeral was March 3 at Qualls Funeral Home Chapel in Cave City with Roger Bromley officiating.

Burial followed in Mountain View Cemetery east of Cave City with arrangements under the direction of the Qualls Funeral Home of Cave City.

Pallbearers were Jodie Hix, Ronnie Manuel, Roger Whitener, Allen Whitener, Ron Taylor and David Garver.

Honorary pallbearers were Donnie Tuten, Shannon Bromley, Terry Garver and Rickey Graver.