William DonnaMarie Hasenfus wrote on February 26, 2021
Bill n I was both sadden by the news of Crow's passing. He was a very private man but had a friendly smile when he saw you out. He never was one to complain about his Cancer but kept a brave front up till the end. He will truly be missed by those that knew him. RIP
willow wrote on February 26, 2021
Catch you later.
Patricia Putman-Jacobs (Trish) wrote on February 26, 2021
I am sorry to hear of Robert's death. I haven't seen Robert since the Carow family reunions. He was always a good time. Happy to read about the Honor Flight, it had to be special. Avivah and I have been going through all of our pictures and putting them in albums, we have lots of him. He was my Mom's Godson. You're in our thoughts and prayers. Jake, Trish, and Avivah.
Vicki Tritt wrote on February 25, 2021
I enjoyed many Sunday afternoons playing dice with Crow and having a few disagreements... He talked of his love of his furry friend Clyde who he missed so much, his time in VIETNAM, he was so excited to go on the honor flight to Washington which he deserved, his love of Jules Blatners music....RIP my friend you will be missed
Jonni Youmans Janikowski wrote on February 25, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Tim Hewitt class 67 wrote on February 24, 2021
Sorry for your loss carow s We sure did have a lot of fun thru high school Sams place and alley ball and of course the titan tap In Oshkosh ,and the CI in Oshkosh ,Tinys bar downtown winneconne Thanks for the memories and your service in the army and in country Vietnam Glad you made a flight on the Honor flight that you much deserved R I p 23 Nam vet Stoney