Casey Tyler Crowder

Thursday, November 11, 1993 - Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Deeply Loved and Greatly Missed

Photo of Casey Tyler Crowder  - 1993-2021

Peace will come when we hardly notice, like the first star in the evening sky. Peace will come as the warm sunlight glistens on the quiet waters of the lake. Peace comes to us softly and whispers that all is well. On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, Casey Tyler Crowder entered into his glorious place of eternal Heavenly peace and we know that all is well.

Casey was born November 11, 1993 in Haywood County and was a blessing to his family from the moment of his birth. He was a graduate of Enka High School and made many friendships that continued all throughout his life. Following his graduation, Casey began his employment with Asheville Vault Company. He had a passion for country music and was a talented musician, playing the electric guitar and even forming a band with his good friends and performing around the local area. Just mention fishing and Casey’s eyes were filled with excitement, the wonderful days of fishing at Lake Greenwood were happy and fun moments in his life.  He loved football and indeed his favorite team was Ohio State and Casey was a loyal and true “Buckeye” at heart. The blessed 27 years that Casey was ours - was a gift, we were all fortunate to have him as a part of our family and as a true friend. His impact on everyone and his love for each of us has made us all more compassionate and better people. Casey was a light in our lives and we are at peace on this day. All is well.

Our hearts are broken as we think of not having Casey among us each and every day but we rejoice knowing that he is with precious loved ones who welcomed him into his place in paradise- his daddy, Frank Crowder, Jr.; and grandfather, Frank Crowder, Sr.; his grandmother, Ruth Ann Scarboro Farley Trantham and his grandfather, James Farley;his great-grandfather, Felda Scarboro and his great-grandparents,Dora Farley and Wilce Farley  

Holding Casey’s memory close in their hearts forever are his mother, Christa Farley Lollis and his stepfather, Jack Lollis of Waterloo, South Carolina; his brother, Damian Johnson; his special aunt, Shawna Farley Hughes and her husband, Jamey; his grandmother, Pat Crowder and his great-grandmother, Betty Scarboro; his grandfather, Joe Trantham; an uncle, Buddie Crowder and his wife, Laura; a niece, Paige Rayfield and nephews, Hayden Crowder and Seth Rayfield; a step-brother and step-sister, Jack Lollis, Jr. and Jessica Lollis and a multitude of friends that will never forget the friendship they held with Casey.

A service of remembrance to celebrate the life of Casey will be held at 3:00 pm Saturday, April 3, 2021 in the chapel of Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Canton. Rev. Dr. Jim Spencer will be officiating. The family will be receiving friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service.

Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored to be caring for the family.

 

The live stream of Casey's service is available by clicking or tapping here

 

 

 

Condolences from family and friends

Casey was a great friend and I am honored to be a friend to him and I am to just get to know him he will surely be missed by all that got the honor of knowing him even though his wings was ready we wasn’t and my wife and myself are sending out prayers to all the family and friends of Casey and we can’t be there for different reasons but we are there in our hearts for everyone may GOD bless everyone and may GOD be with everyone
Charles rollins
You are in our thought and our prayers. We love y’all.
Kim Klink
Prayers
Casey Clark
We are deeply sorry for your loss. Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Michael, Kyle, Miranda Odell
My husband and I enjoyed talking to Casey. He’s always come by and order a light sauce extra extra extra crispy cheese pizza side ranch. We’d always talk about fishing and football. Our prayers and comfort for his family. We are truly saddened and will certainly hold a place in our hearts forever!
Jodi Jackson konieczki
So sorry to hear of your great loss. Casey a wonderful young man JP
John Payne
I worked with Casey at the One Stop. He went to work somewhere else but everyday before he went to work and on his way home he would come in and give us a hug. He had the biggest smile and he was an amazing young man. He made a big impact on my life as well as the others at the store. We miss our hugs. Sending many prayers for the family. We love you casey. You will forever be in our hearts.
Tina kelley
Christa, I am so sorry for your loss. I am sending you a virtual hug. It was a wonderful service. Love you and take care.
Debby Sees
We both feel very blessed to have known Casey.He will be great ly missed.In the last few weeks and days,I have thought much about him and I don't know that either of us could have been as brave as him to live his dreams to the fullest.He was very talented.He will live in our memories.Praying for the family.The day that Damian and Casey came in to my son Patrick s life.I consider a joy that few get to treasure.What a beautiful voice.
Mary and Patrick Mcgeehon
Christa, Jack & Jessica I’m so sorry. Praying for you all.
Jeremy Locklair