Obituary lovingly provided by the family.
Daniel Crowe, age 41 of Covington tragically lost his life on Thursday, October 14, 2021 as a result of catastrophic injuries suffered in a motorcycle vs car collision. A lifetime resident of Newton County, Daniel was a member of Eastside High School’s first graduating class, where he played football and wrestled. He spent the last 17 years working for D&J Supply in Lithonia. He was a valued member of the D&J family and will be missed by co-workers and customers alike.
Daniel loved riding his Harley, hanging out in his man cave and spending time with his family. A gentle man, Daniel was always willing to lend a helping hand where needed. He was especially good at giving an encouraging pat on the back or a comforting hug that would put your broken pieces back together.
He was preceded in death by his father, Roscoe Daniel Crowe; paternal grandfather, Bobby Gene Crowe; great grandparents, JD & Ollie Morrell; maternal grandmother, Barbara Jean Pitts and great grandmother, Rhunelle Manning.
A loving son, brother, uncle and husband, Daniel is survived by his wife Michelle, four children, Kaleb (19), Dillion (17), Sydnie (13) and Danni Leigh (9); mothers, Rosa and Terri Johnson; sisters Dana Gaddis (Hector), Danielle Crowe and Bren Skeen (Josh); brother Will Johnson (Lauren); three nieces, Afton and Willow Gaddis, Michaela Johnson; nephew, Ben Skeen and grandmother Sylvia Crowe along with a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, chosen family and friends.
Memorial Services for Daniel will be held Friday, October 22, 2021 at 12 o’clock in the Chapel of J.C. Harwell and Son Funeral Home with Reverend Kenneth Morrell officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made for his children at Wells Fargo, contact Dana Gaddis at 678-350-8376. J.C. Harwell and Son Funeral Home, TE Davis Funeral Services, 2157 East Street, SE, Covington, GA 30014.
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