Published On: Sun, Jun 12th, 2016

Carroll “Pwe” Crowe – obituary


13433109_1091650857539837_5274206211566894572_oCarroll “Pwe” Crowe, 63, of Cherokee and the Big Y community went home to be with the Lord Friday, June 10, 2016 at his residence. A native of Cherokee and proud member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, he was the son of the late Chief John A. Crowe and Ollie Wolfe Crowe. In addition to his parents, he is also preceded in death by one brother, Charles “Hump” Crowe; mother and father-in-law, Bud and Winona McCoy.

He was a member of Wolf Clan. He was former Vice Chief and Council Member for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He was a devoted Christian and strong believer in Jesus, who loved to share his testimony of what the Lord had done for him throughout the Cherokee Community. Pwe was an active member of the Cherokee Police Commission.

He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Mickie McCoy Crowe. He was the very proud father of three sons, Peanut Crowe and wife Radonna, Dick Crowe and wife Ellen, and Bo Crowe and wife Kim all of Cherokee; 11 grandchildren whom he adored, Madison, Tagan, Dre, Riley, Ian, Dali, Boie, Livi, Kinley, Baby Jo, and Kimbo Crowe; two brothers, Bob Reed and Albert Sluder both of Cherokee; nieces and nephews, Skooter, Sasha, Taz, Donovan, Dallas, Daisy, Chrissy, Dorine, Two Leaf, Brittany, and Billy; and the best friends a man could ever have, Buford and Jessie Smith.

Funeral services will be held at 2pm Monday, June 13 at the Cultural Arts Center at the Cherokee Central School. Rev. Greg Morgan and Mark Crowe will officiate with burial in the Crowe Cemetery.

Pwe will be taken to the Cultural Arts Center at 5pm Sunday by Crisp Funeral Home where he will remain until the hour of service.

Pallbearers will be Buford Smith, Lil Bu Smith, Tim Smith, Skooter McCoy, Taz McCoy, R.D. Allison, Eddie Crowe, Chester Crowe, Jr. Crowe, Carr Crowe, Dallas Crowe, Donovan Crowe and Sean Ross.