Shawn  Crowe

Obituary of Shawn Crowe

57 of Whites Lake passed away April 1, 2022 at home with his wife and sons by his side. He was the son of the late Sidney Crowe and Dorothy (Tucker). The youngest of five, Shawn touched the hearts of many with his warmth and quick wit. He was always a light in the room and at the center of the fun. He offered kindness and respect to all he met and was always there to lend a hand. After finishing vocational school, Shawn worked as a diver, a carpenter and then as a driver for Sysco for 30 years. He retired and operated his own property service business until the start of his illness. Shawn was never one to sit still for long, always planning his next project. He was especially skilled at repurposing materials. Truly a jack of all trades, Shawn could build or repair almost anything. Although not long enough, his life was well lived. Years of wonderful memories of time spent with family and friends at the camp, hunting, biking, playing cards and getting up to general shenanigans. He loved being on the water boating and fishing, playing horseshoes, annual family camping trips, travelling and taking drives around the province with Sue. Shawn was immensely proud of his sons in every way and thankful for the time he was able to spend passing on some of his ‘useful’ knowledge. Shawn is survived by his wife and best friend, Susan (Amyoony); his sons, Dylan and Nathan; his Mom, Dorothy; brother, Karl (Sherri) Crowe; sisters, Angela (Richard) Comeau, Kim (John) Slaunwhite; mother in-law, Lucie Amyoony; brothers in-law, Scott (Liz) Amyoony, Peter (Celeste) Amyoony and Bryan Scott, several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends – all very special to him. Shawn was predeceased by his Dad, Sidney Crowe; sister, Deborah Scott; and father in-law, Joseph Amyoony. There will be no service. Interment will take place at a future date. Shawn felt incredibly blessed for the love and support shown to him and his family during his illness. We invite those who loved Shawn to commemorate his life in your own special way; be it raising a glass in a toast, sharing a memory with friends, planting a tree, a random act of kindness or a donation to a charity special to you. Those we love don’t go away, They walk beside us everyday, Unseen, unheard, but always near Still loved, still missed and very dear
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