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Barbara Jean Crow Beeler

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Barbara Jean Crow Beeler, age 67, of Crockett, passed away on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at home from complications of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Barbara was born on June 12, 1952 in Crockett to parents, Ulrich Wilson Crow Sr. and Hattie Edna Murchison Crow. She graduated from A&M Consolidated High School in 1970 and received a Bachelor’s Degree in 1973 from Texas Christian University, pledging Kappa Kappa Gamma. This association was especially important to her, yielding a lifetime of sisterhood and friendships. Barbara and George Beeler were married in 1974 making their home in Houston County being involved in numerous charitable organizations over the years. She later received a Master’s Degree in 1979 from Texas A&M University and worked for 39 years as a teacher for Grapeland Elementary.

Barbara is survived by her only child, George Wilbur Beeler, III of Crockett; brother, Ulrich Wilson (Rick) Crow, Jr. of College Station; nephew, John Michael Crow and wife, April of Bryan; niece, Kelly Leigh-Ann Crow of Bryan; great-nephew, Cody Crow of Bryan; sisters-in-law, Mary Blake Beeler Meadows and husband, Chuck of Dallas, Melissa Beeler Daniel and husband, Charles of Victoria; nieces, Mary Blake Vint and husband, James of Lubbock, Meredith Traber and husband, Michael of Katy; nephew, Paul Daniel and wife, Haley of Victoria; great- nieces and great-nephew, Blakely, Brooks, Landry.

Barbara was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. George Wilbur Beeler, II and her parents, Ulrich Wilson Crow Sr. and Hattie Edna Murchison Crow.

A celebration of life for Barbara Beeler will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the First Presbyterian Church, 715 E. Goliad, Crockett, Texas 75835 with Rev. Jim Tom Ainsworth and Rev. Tim Oleksy officiating.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Spring Creek Country Club Centennial/Pier Fund, P. O. Box 429, Crockett, TX 75835 in memory of Barbara Crow Beeler.

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

 

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

7 Comments
  1. Our very sincere sympathy. Our prayers go up for all.

  2. Our deepest condolences go out to the Beeler’s and Crow family , at the loss of your dear loved we share many memories with the Beeler’s growing up our Father Ben Wagner worked for Dr. Beeler Sr. , and George W Beeler ll where we grew to know the family who treated us like family. praying for comfort for you all!!

    Lawande Wagner Scott Bridgette Wagner , and Timothy Wagner

  3. Mrs. Beeler was my Kindergarten teacher, over 40 years ago. I remember her very clearly. I can see her at her desk, at the front of the room teaching and guiding us around Grapeland Elementary. I thought she was so beautiful and graceful. She used blow-up letters to introduce each new letter we learned. I’m pretty sure each letter had a face on it. It was very effective, literally, we were meeting a new character. The anticipation of each new letter was exciting. Each week, she chose a “leader”. The leader’s name was unveiled on the bulletin board. It was intense. At nap time, I remember having trouble sleeping, some days, I would watch my friend, Cricket Laminack, sleep, but mostly, I would watch Mrs. Beeler enjoy her lunch at her desk. It was nice and quiet. The lights were off, with just l little sunlight shining in from the windows. She could enjoy this time of peace and her food. I would try to guess what she brought from home, thinking it was healthy, or simply just know that she liked what the cafeteria served that day, if she had a school tray of food. She didn’t get upset with me for not sleeping. We just both enjoyed the peace and quiet, as long as it lasted. Mrs, Beeler, may you rest in peace. I am a teacher now and I hope my students think as fondly of me as I think of you. My deepest sympathy to your family and friends. I am praying for their comfort.

  4. Barbara lived next door to me in the Kappa house at TCU.
    She was a wonderful fun sweet friend!
    She will be missed by all of us!

  5. Condolences to the Crow and Beeler families for the loss of Barbara. I taught with Barbara for many years at Grapeland Elementary. I was so sorry to hear of her illness and death. It happened much to early in her life. I always admired Barbara’s sense of adventure, her love of her family and her devotion to teaching. She was so proud of G. W. and loved to tell about him. Many prayers for your family. Betty Bassett Hoch

  6. Sending prayers. Barbara and George are together again.

  7. G. W.
    When you talked about your mom, you were always smiling . I am so
    sorry to hear of your loss. Many prayers are being said for you and your family.
    Kelli Maness

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