Caroline Marie Crowe, 22, went to be with her Lord on February 4th, 2023.
Caroline was born on June 21, 2000, to Jane Hartman and John Crowe. She loved music and painting. She went to Sam Houston High School in Moss Bluff and Timber Creek in Fort Worth Texas. Caroline loved her dog Ozzy. She was a beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, cousin, and friend. She had the most beautiful smile that could light up your soul, she could spend hours playing her guitar or piano and singing. If you were lucky enough to be her friend or know her spirit, the love could blind you. Caroline loved family nights and sitting with her friends and family to laugh and tell stories. The relationship she shared with her brother Gray Taylor was not like any other. Caroline loved her big brother, and they played guitar often to each other laughing and sharing a love of music. Caroline was a big sister who shined next to Kyanne and loved her sister dearly, she tried to be a light for others and help even if it meant giving the shirt from her own back. Caroline had friends she loved dearly, Bailey was a friend that she cherished as family, the kind of friend you hold to your heart and cherish.
When you think of Caroline, celebrate the good memories you have of her. Remember that life is fragile and short, and you should live it to its fullest.
Caroline is survived by her mother Jane Hartman, her father John Crowe, her step-father Clyde Hartman, her siblings, Gray Taylor, Angela Farnan, John Crowe, Kyanne Crowe, George Crowe, Tanner Crowe, Jarrett Crowe, and Leila Crowe; her great-grandmother Laverne Smith, her grandmother Carol Crowe, Uncles Josh Crowe, Martin Vires, Albert Vires, Joseph Smith, Michael Smith, and Thomas Smith, Jr. Aunts Tonni Vires, Ollie Vires, Nelda Vires, Tina Baublis, LaVerne Butler, Mary Hall, and Beth Fischer, Cousins J.T. Crowe, Mikaila Heath, Isabella Vires, Riley Vires, Jacob Crowe, and many other cousins and family who loved her deeply. Caroline is predeceased by her grandparents Caroline and Ray Vires, Great grandfather Thomas Smith, Aunt Josephine Tijerina, and Uncle Edward Vires
The first time they laid you in my arms, you were so small and precious, the perfect gift from above, and in an instant I fell in love. You took a piece of me with you the day you left, leaving me unable to catch my breath. This isn’t how it was supposed to be! The world carries on like nothing, but not for me. I’m stuck in this place of pain that no one can see. I cry to God and fall on my knees. I’m just so lost and broken left with all that’s left not spoken. I see you; you fade away. What I wouldn’t give for one more day. To see the life you had planned, to kiss your face and hold your hand, to hear you sing and play me things. I close my eyes and hear your voice and then it hits I have no choice, I watched your life play through my mind, but angel wings weren’t my design.
Private funeral services will be held at a later date.