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Stephanie Crow

January 2, 1956 - November 23, 2015


Stephanie Crow was born January 2, 1956 to Leslie and Ellen Young in Corby, England.  Our beloved mum fought a long battle with a very rare liver disease.  She passed away on November 23, 2015.


She graduated from Lodge Park Senior School in England.  She married Louis Crow in Corby, England on September 2, 1982.


Stephanie loved everything and everybody.  She had a kind heart and never judged anyone, she accepted all for who they were.  She touched the lives of all who met her.  Everyone who knew her would tell you that she was a strong, brave and courageous woman.


She was a giver…always making sure everyone else’s needs were met before her own.  She was selfless.  She loved with no condition or boundaries.


She loved her animals, music, gardening, cooking, going to the movies with her buddy, Jake Franks, her family and anything that had to do with having the family together.


Stephanie is survived by daughters, Vicki Crozier, Sarah Crow, Katie Gallegos; sons, Christopher Gallegos, Marc Young and eight grandchildren, Rey Delacruz, Evan Scott, Jonathan Taukinukufili, Isaac Gallegos, Ryker Brooks, Aydan Sims, McKenna Brooks, Madalynn Brooks.


She is preceded in death by parents, Leslie and Ellen Young; cousin, Patty Gilliland; and her loving partner, Timothy Gallegos.


A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, December 4, 2015 at 4:00 pm at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.


The family would like to express their sincere thanks to the Coumadin Clinic, Palliative Care and Nurse Practitioner, Hitomi Nashiyama for the care they gave to our mum.


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Date: Friday, December 4, 2015

Time: 4:00 pm -

Leavitt's Mortuary


836 36th Street , , Ogden, UT, 84403


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Born: January 2, 1956
Died: November 23, 2015

Condolences for Stephanie Crow

Andy posted on 12/3/15

My condolences and sympathy to your family. May you find her accomplishments and love as comforting memories!.


Stacie Robison posted on 11/30/15

Rest peacefully Steph! U will sorely missed but never be forgotten! We Love u Sarah, Vicki, Katie, Chris, & Mark.


Nichole Wiggins posted on 11/29/15

May the painful void soon be filled with memories enjoyed


Nichole Wiggins posted on 11/29/15

May the void soon be filled with memories enjoyed.


Kira Doxey posted on 11/28/15

I'm so sorry, your mum was a wonderful person. I love you guys.


Mike riley posted on 11/28/15

Stephan you always had a smile and never spoke ill of anyone or anything. You were always nice to me regardless of what went one between your daughter and I you'll be missed


katie posted on 11/27/15

Mom, You are my everything my life you had the most beautiful soul and smile everyone loved you as much as you loved them I miss you so much still can't believe you are gone I know you are watching over us I love you so much. Thank you for everything you did for us.


Vicki posted on 11/27/15

I love you mommy and miss you more than I had expressed to you that I would .. When I walk over the rainbow towards my next adventure I will see you again... I love you the mostest.


Jake Francks posted on 11/26/15

Stef, you were truly a model for love in my life. You taught me how to reflect on the good times, and to reflect about the people that gave you the most joy. I loved how much you loved your family, you made me feel your love through your stories about each one of your children. You enjoy your rest sweet Stefanie.


sarah posted on 11/26/15

Steph. Im so blessed to have you in my life you are a special friend and sister. I will truly miss you. Til we meet again . I love you.


Alicia posted on 11/26/15

Steph, you are an amazing person that will always dance to the oldies with a smile that lights up the room. You will be greatly missed...I love you.