Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Jesse Crenshaw



Jesse Waylon Crenshaw, 35, of Spiro, OK passed away Tuesday, January 26, 2016 in Ft. Smith, AR.  Jesse was born May 28, 1980 in Ft. Smith, AR to James Thomas & Bonnie Jean (Moon) Crenshaw.  Jesse worked in construction as a carpenter and concrete finisher.  He was preceded in death by his father, James Crenshaw; maternal grandfather, Jesse Moon and paternal grandparents, James & Alma Crenshaw.

Survivors include his wife, Yolanda of the home; 2 daughters, Katrina Crenshaw and Nakaya Hogan; 4 sons, Kolton Crenshaw, Kegan Crenshaw, Bryson Hogan, and Hayden Hogan; stepfather & mother, Harold & Bonnie Starr; sisters, Dana & John Acree, Laura & Dee Mills, Marci & Leif Bauer; brother, Jimbo Crenshaw; maternal grandmother, Sandra Long; stepfather, Bill Maynor; numerous aunts, uncles, other relatives, loved ones and friends.

Services will be 2 pm, Saturday, January 30, 2016 at Evans Chapel of Memories, Poteau, OK with Don Cherry officiating.  Interment will follow in Spiro City Cemetery, Spiro, OK.  Pallbearers will be Lelan Jefferson, Rustin Jefferson, Rick Chapa, Donnie Grigsby, Trey Byrd, Riley Byrd.

The family will be at the funeral home on Friday evening from 5-7pm to visit with relatives & friends.

2 comments:

Dana Acree said...

I love you baby brother and eveyday you will be in my thoughts. I'll never forget our old days of fishing and playing at the farm. I will
Be there for your children and do my best to watch over them. R.I.P.

Sherry and Cal Miller said...

I am so sorry for your loss. It is a piece of you that is removed and will hurt always. We never get over not being able to see or touch our loved one. As time goes by, we grow and find a place to tuck the memories in our heart, so that we are able to go through life almost normally. There are times, when something triggers an opening of that place, and we are engulfed with those feelings of loss once more. Such as a birthday, a holiday, or even a sunset. One day, when you pull those memories out you will be able to smile, knowing that you will get to see him in Heaven, surrounded by other loved ones who have gone before and will be there to greet you as well.

Until that time comes, be open to the love of those around you who share in your pain, those who understand and are there for you. God Bless your family and hold you and comfort you during this time.