Holly Crowell

Holly Crowell age 86 of Laramie, Wyoming, passed away on October 30, 2021. 

Holly was born July 19, 1935 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.  She married Fred Crowell December 8, 1954.  They moved to Laramie the summer of 1963 with their 4 kids.

Holly enjoyed being a Realtor and Broker in Laramie for many years before retiring.

She and Fred enjoyed hunting, dancing, spending time at their cabin on Sand Lake Road near Arlington, Wyoming and spending winters in Tucson, Arizona.

Holly was preceded in death by her husband Fred in September 2011, grandsons Dustin Wilkins in November 2009 and Dalton Crowell in September 2021.

She is survived by two sons, Craig Crowell of Laramie, Wyoming, Brian Crowell (Katherine) of Peyton, Colorado and two daughters, Amy Crowell of Laramie, Wyoming and Kyla Wilkins (Rod) of Vernal, Utah.

She is also survived by two granddaughters Kelly Calderon (Adan) and Samantha Crowell, brothers Woody Hain (Sophia) of Altadena, California, Paul Hain (Sue) of Houston, Texas, sister Kyla Rogers (Terry) of Sandy, Utah, many nieces and nephews and good friend Dolores Marshall.

A private family service will be held at a later date. 

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Condolences (6)

  • Wayne &Judy Sutherland

    We were so sorry to hear of the passing of Holly. Our prayers go out to her family and close friends. We enjoyed Holly's sense of humor and our many visits with her and Fred many years ago at our ham radio meetings and gatherings. She was a lot of fun to be around and was very considerate of others. She was proud of her family and she loved her dogs. We will miss her....

  • David Walker

    Craig and Brian, I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Tammy Comer

    Holly was a beloved member of the Eppson Center for Seniors. She was never afraid to give her opinion which I truly appreciated! We are so sad to hear of her passing and will miss her at the Center's meals and as an audience member at Biscuits and Jam. Rest in Peace Holly, we thank you for calling us your friends! Tammy Comer and the Eppson Center Staff

  • Dolores

    Holly was a good friend. We enjoyed many travels together so she could be in all 50 states. Picnics at their cabin, raft trips on the Platte River, lunches at the senior center, shopping trips to Cheyenne are some of the memories I will hold dear to my heart. Dolores Marshall

  • Anonymous

    Holly and Fred were long time great neighbors of ours. Holly was involved in real estate and played bridge. Even after Fred died Holly continued to participate in some of the neighborhood gatherings and walked as long as she could with her dog Maggie. She was a regular at the Eppson Center. Holly was always interested in what was going on. Sandy and Charlie Ksir

  • martha pheneger

    dolores called to let me know of holly's passing. glad for holly it was fast. she lived an amazing life. martha pheneger


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