Sheila Crowe, a resident of Leesburg, passed away in her daughter's Lucerne home on April 14, 2023 after bravely battling several health conditions. She was 58 years old.
Born in Warsaw on July 23, 1964, Sheila was the daughter of Cleo Bradley and Opal Conley. She attended school in the Prestonsburg, KY area where she lived for several years of her young adult life.
Sheila was a mother and grandmother first and foremost; she loved her family dearly was a proud supporter of each of them. She is remembered for her southern cooking but also for teaching her children and grandchildren how to cook and bake. She enjoyed TV shows like Cake Wars but also classic cartoons and sitcoms. She liked flowers of all kinds and kept beautiful flower gardens around the home with her husband. She loved butterflies, crafting and finding a good deal while shopping - she even owned and operated, with the help of her family, a traveling ReSale booth which they called "Crowes Nest."
Married to Steven D. Crowe, the pair shared more than 32 years together; Steven survives at home in Leesburg. Also surviving with memories to cherish are two daughters: Amanda (Jason) Mullins of Lucerne and April (James) Williamson of Leesburg; son, Steven D. Crowe, Jr of Warsaw; grandchildren:Kylee Staton, Ashley Brown, Aiden Willamson, Tanner Mullins, Jesse Williamson, Dominick Mullins and Audrey Mullins and siblings, Renae (Jay) McCartney of Warsaw and Tammy Miller of Nappanee. She was preceded in passing by two sisters, Arvella Lynch and Vickie Marchand and by her parents.
Friends may gather at Water of Life Church, 401 E Main Street, Silver Lake, beginning at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, 2023. A funeral which celebrates Sheila's life will be held in the Church on Friday beginning at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow at Hillcrest Cemetery, Pierceton.
Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw is trusted with care of Sheila and her family. Written condolences may be left on their website at www.TitusFuneralHome.com. Memorial gifts may be given to final expenses c/o Titus Funeral Home or to the Church.