Charles Wyatt Crow


Died: April 16, 2018
Place: University Hospital, London

Kristine and Bob Carr
(Tuesday, April 17, 2018)

So sorry to hear the news. Such a wonderful man and I am sure he will be very missed by all.

Walter and Sharon
(Tuesday, April 17, 2018)

Sincere condolences to Lynn, Todd, Kate and families.

Cherish the good memories and remain strong.

Love you all.
Walter and Sharon

Walter and Sharon
(Tuesday, April 17, 2018)

Sincere condolences to Lynn, Todd, Kate and Families.

Cherish the good memories and remain strong

Janice Dobinson
(Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Dear Ann and family,
So sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. I met Charlie a number of years ago as one of the partners of Beach Place Apts. Always nice to talk with him and he gave good advice. My sincere condolences. Janice Dobinson

Hughie Elliott
(Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

So very sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. My sincerest condolences to you all. Charlie was a good Geordie lad and very proud of it. I will miss his banter. Gan canny bonny lad.

Harry Maclean
(Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

I have wonderful memories of Charlie. We used to get together with a bunch of guys most Sunday evenings to sing the compline at St. Paul’s and for a short time, Charlie sang in my wife’s choir, the Karen Schuessler Singers. Whenever we met, at the Market or perhaps a shopping mall, our conversation picked up right where we had left off months, or sometimes years, ago. Charlie was that kind of guy, easy to like, easy to love. I am saddened by his passing. Sincere condolences to his wife and family. Harry

David and Jan Adams
(Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Ann, we were so sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. We have so many fond memories. We send our sincerest condolences to you and the girls with great affection.

Tom Locke
(Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Deepest condolences to Ann and family, I enjoyed many laughs over the years with Charlie, and will miss his Geordie accent and sense of humour. Truly a great man. Rest in peace Charlie.

Kenneth Lumpkin
(Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Charlie here was a man! Charlie was the first man I met when I moved here from the states in 2009, meeting at St Paul's, becoming fast friends with him. He became my sponsor when I joined Freemasonry in his lodge, St John's 209a. He was always gentle, kind, funny, supportive, loving and full of life! His affection for my family will always be remembered. Charlie here was a man!
KL/18 April 2018

Andy and Bernie Johnston
(Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Dear Anne ,so sorry to hear about Charlie he was such a gentleman it was always lovely to see you and Charlie at the BAFTA get togethers, he will be sadly missed our heartfelt condolences to you and your family ..

Kimberley A Lumpkin
(Thursday, April 19, 2018)

...a letter to Charlie
Fatherly, brotherly, mentor and saw my crying and made me laugh. Always giving and caring at top speed.
Thank you for visiting recently at the hospital when I was afraid and in pain...You gave me strength, comfort and hope.
I will miss you Charlie...
and we all know if there is a cue for angel-duty; you will be at the front of the line.
Love and respect always,

Kim Lumpkin

Betty and Roy Brooks
(Thursday, April 19, 2018)

Ann, so very sorry for your loss of Charlie. Our thoughts and prayers for you and your family. Be strong! Much love,

Grant & Marianne
(Thursday, April 19, 2018)

No words can express the sadness that comes with the passing of a beloved spouse and father. Our sincere condolences and may you find peace and joy in all the wonderful memories you have shared.

The Comfort and Sweetness of Peace

After the clouds, the sunshine,
after the winter, the spring,
after the shower, the rainbow,
for life is a changeable thing.
After the night, the morning,
bidding all darkness cease,
after life's cares and sorrows,
the comfort and sweetness of peace.

Lisa Powell
(Tuesday, April 24, 2018)

Ann, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.

John Brinkman
(Tuesday, April 24, 2018)

Very sad to learn of Charlie's passing into the hands of the Great Architect. He sponsored my entry into St. John's Lodge 209a, and I will be eternally grateful for this and his friendship. I always looked forward to re-connecting with Charlie at Lodge whenever I got back to London. I am sorry that I missed the ceremonies due to travel. We are all better for having known Charlie. Sincerest condolences to all the Family. JSB

Jim & Bobbie Morrison
(Tuesday, April 24, 2018)

Bobbie and I want to sent our condolences to the Crow family.

Trevor & Donna Nesbitt
(Wednesday, April 25, 2018)

We send our deepest Condolences to Ann and family.
Charlie was was our long time friend who introduced me to the Beaver Mountain Club where I have so many fond memories of Chas and his buddies. RIP dear friend we miss you.

Carol & Brian Gainsford
(Thursday, April 26, 2018)

Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to Ann, Christine, Glen and extended family. We were so sad to hear the news of Charlie’s passing. We will always have very fond memories of our time spent with this true gentleman who had a heart of gold. He was always ready with a smile and helping hand. RIP xx Hugs, Carol & Brian Gainsford (Brisbane)