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Memorial created 11-15-2008 by
Wayne LoneFight
Lynae & Jayden Crowe
July 17 1991 - October 17 2008

Lynae Crowe &Jayden Crowe

MANDAREE - Lynae Marie Crowe, 17, and son, Jayden Wayne Crowe, 5 months, Mandaree, died Oct. 17, 2008, four miles west of New Town, on Highway 23, due to an automobile crash. Lynae and Jayden are the daughter and grandson of Carla Guimont Crowe and Fred Crowe Sr. Services will be held at 10 a.m. today, Oct. 23, at Mandaree High School. 

Lynae was born July 17, 1991, in Hazen to Fred R. Crowe, Sr. and Carla (Guimont) Crowe. Lynae attended school in Mandaree, Killdeer and West Carroll High School in Atwood, Tenn. On May 28, 2006, she moved back to Mandaree to be with her Grandma Faye Lone Fight; and she loved to help sell Avon and jewelry.

On April 30, 2008, Lynae was blessed with a baby boy, Jayden Wayne Crowe, born in Dickinson. When she became a mother she devoted her life to her son. Lynae was a very proud mother of J.W.

She is survived by her mother, Carla (Guimont) Crowe, Kemmer, Wyo.; her father, Fred R. Crowe, Sr., Bratford, Tenn.; two sisters, Chrystal Guimont, Vidor, Texas, and Alicia Culverhouse, Texas; four brothers and one sister-in-law, Fred Crowe, Jr. (Kelly) Salt Lake City, Robbie Crowe, Bismarck, Rusty Crowe, Seattle, and Patrick Crowe, Bratford, Tenn.; grandmother, Faye Lone Fight, Mandaree; grandfather, Anthony Rex Fox, Mandaree; one uncle, Wayne Lone Fight, Mandaree; two aunts, Cheryl Lone Fight, Mandaree, and Cathy Jordan, Fort Yates.

She was preceded in death by her great-grandparents, the late Herman and Georgiana Guimont, Guy and Grace Fox; grandfather, Fredrick Lone Fight, Sr.; one uncle, F.J. Lone Fight.

Lynae and Jayden will be laid to rest at their family cemetery, west of Mandaree.

 

 

Jayden W.Crowe

Born:  April 30, 2008  in Dickinson, ND  

Departed: October 17, 2008  New Town, ND

If tears could build a stairway,
And memories a lane,
I'd walk right up to Heaven
And bring you home again.

 


 

 

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