Jack W. Crow
Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 21, at the Visalia Cemetery for Jack W. Crow.
He died on Nov. 18, in Visalia at the age of 84.
Jack was born Aug. 18, 1928, in Fairplay, Mo., to Gail and Gertrude Crow, and was brother to Gene, Bill and Bob Crow.
Jack moved to California in 1941 and attended high school in Modesto working summers for the U.S. Forest Service. After moving to Exeter, where he also attended high school, he began work in the grocery business and for his father in their cattle auction in Porterville. He began an early rodeo career as a bull rider, and later worked in almond processing and cattle ranching. Jack married wife Ada in Nogales, Ariz. in 1966 and together they raised their combined families. Jack loved to hunt and fish and loved his mountain cabin. He was a Republican, but more importantly, a devout NRA member.
He is predeceased by his son, Wade Crow; brothers, Bob, Gene, and Bill Crow; best friend and hunting buddy, Leroy Drobish; and Fred the dog.
Jack is survived by his wife, Ada Crow of Visalia; his daughter; Denise Auzins of Bend, Ore.; sons, John Crow of Exeter, Bruce Greer and wife Kerry of Exeter, David Crow of Visalia; daughters, Meredith Inglehart and husband Brad of Visalia, Anna Smith of Visalia; grandsons, Ryan Inglehart and wife Julie of Visalia, Brett Inglehart and wife Teresa of Exeter, Justin Greer and wife Jessica of Exeter, Brandon Crow of Florida, Cameron Crow of the U.S. Marines, Austin Crow of the U.S. Army, Lane Crow of Visalia, Case Allen of Visalia; great-grandson, Preston Inglehart of Visalia; and great-granddaughter, Tylor Inglehart of Exeter.
Condolences can be made at www.smithfamilychapel.com
Arrangements under the direction of Smith Family Chapel, Exeter.