Angela Marie Crowe was born to Donald Morris Crowe & Constance Mable Baugh Crowe. She has 3 sisters: Connie Crowe Norman, LaDonna Crowe Ehrgott, Shelly Crowe. She has 1 brother: Mark Crowe. Angie had 3 children: Kimberly Underhill, Shannon Barnett, Joseph Ehrgott. Angie loved Music, the bible, reading books, watching movies, shrimp, hot tea, birds & fish, Martina Mcbride, classic rock, Janis Joplin, laughing, telling stories, flowers & more. Her favorite songs were "Independence Day" & "Somewhere over the rainbow". She always wanted to move back to Georgia although she never got the opportunity. She was very social & had no trouble making friends. She would give the shirt off her back if asked of her. She had an open mind & did not judge others, although she was judged. She trusted people too easily and that sometimes got her into trouble. Angie enjoyed antiques & collecting. Things that she held dear where her antique dishes, her grandfather clock, just simple things. She was not one to cherish alot of possesions. She enjoyed sweets, cooking & preparing meals for others. Angie needed to feel needed. She loved to dance & sing & talk on the phone. She would dance while cleaning, she said it was her exersize. Angie missed grandma & laughed & would repeat things she used to say to keep her memory alive. She never got over losing mom & dad being so young. Although she tried she just couldn't. She tried to keep up with everyone even with her health failing. Angie spent more time with Mark than anyone. She spoke daily on the phone with Mark & loved Aunt Janet & spoke to her often. Angie enjoyed getting together on the holidays with family when she could & always tried to help out to the point we had to tell her to sit down & rest. Angie did not like being alone so she would get on the phone and keep up all night if you let her. She was a night owl and thought everyone else was too.Angie loved her children & neices & nephews. Angie was cheated out of life way to early. Thru all her struggles she always tried the best way she knew how, even though we did not always understand. She never asked for sympathy, only love & companionship. She will be missed by many & forgotten by none. We love you always Angie baby.