Dane Crawford Obituary, Death – According to reports, Dane Crawford, who resided in South Brisbane, Queensland, passed away suddenly on March 31, 2018, leaving behind loved ones, family members, and the entirety of the community in a state of grief and anguish. Dane had served in the United States Army during his tenure in the armed forces, making him a veteran of that branch of the armed forces.

Following his retirement from R&R Pipeline, where he had worked for almost 20 years, he went on to work for Roper, Phelps Dodge, and Walker Manufacturing before ultimately leaving the company. Prior to his retirement, he had worked for R&R Pipeline, Roper, and Walker Manufacturing. He enjoyed a wide range of activities in the great outdoors, such as hunting, fishing, bowling, shooting pool, riding his motorcycle, and working on automobiles. He enjoyed being outside in the fresh air very much.

In addition to his spouse of 64 years, Shirley (Agin) Crawford, he is survived by his three sons, Dane H. Crawford Jr., Brian S. Crawford, and Terrance W. Crawford; six grandchildren, Dane III, Melissa (Jack), April, Michael, Megan, and Kevin (Bianca); 16 great-grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews. Shirley (Agin) Crawford was his wife for 64 years.

He has been married to his wife, Shirley (Agin), for the past 64 years. She is the only person he chooses to stay behind for. Shirley (Agin) Crawford, who had been married to Dane H. Crawford Sr. for many years, had already passed away prior to her husband.

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his six siblings, Harry Crawford (and his wife Phyllis), Martha Crawford (and her husband Henry), Robert Crawford, William Crawford, Ruth Styers (and her husband Chalmer), and Sandra Pasco, as well as a great-grandchild. His parents passed away when he was just a young boy. Even his parents were no longer with us. Both of his parents perished away when he was still a young child. He never got to say goodbye to them.