Dedicated to the memory of Anthony Crawley

This site is a tribute to Anthony Crawley, who died suddenly on 3rd August 2018 aged 45 years. He is a much loved brother and uncle and will always be remembered.

Funeral Details

Anthony is to be received into Our Blessed Lady Immaculate Catholic Church, Washington Village on Thursday 23rd August at 6.00pm (Tbc). Would friends please meet for funeral service on Friday 24th August 2018 at 1.00pm followed by cremation at Sunderland Crematorium. Everyone is welcome afterwards for refreshments and to continue the celebration of Anthony's life, the venue will be The Black Bush. A local pub within walking distance of the church.
24th August 2018 at 1:00 pm Our Blessed Lady Immaculate Catholic Church, Washington Village Village Lane Washington NE38 7NS

No flowers please, donations in lieu to Washington MIND by a collection in church or via the green button.

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Can remember you son when you were little blond curly hair and dongarees pushed you all over in your buggy played laughed and had so much fun I never forgot you always in my thoughts and prayers got the photo of your first day at school and many more memories loved you little brother till we meet again x
Sent by Denny on 07/01/2019
Anthony was one of the first people I connected with when I acquired internet access in 1999. We met through an online gaming service, namely Duke Nukem 3D. I think it would be fair to say that we both shared a mild addiction for the game, spending many hours of the day duking it out with one another, so to speak. We hit it off immediately and soon became good friends. Over the years, I’ve enjoyed frequent and various conversations with him ranging from the serious to the humorous, and we often talked about meeting up one day for a drink. Sadly, that day will never come, but I remain forever grateful that I had the privilege of knowing Anthony, and will miss him dearly. Rest in peace, mate. Until we meet again.
Sent by Mark on 10/08/2018
I will really miss Anth, he was a great friend! He visited me in hospital, he came all the way on his bike one time and it was a long journey. I was just at the cinema with him recently and we couldn't find our seat numbers in the dark. He gave the movie 3 stars and we discussed the size of the screen and I told him about the speakers being behind the screen, which he never knew. We also did Ghost Hunting together and used to go on cycling trips. He was always full of interesting information. Anth is in a few of my videos on you tube at ghost hunter number one on there. Love from your friend Gordon.
Sent by Gordon on 09/08/2018

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