In Loving Memory of Linda C. Crowley

April 05, 1947
Utica, NY
February 07, 2018
Fairfield, CT
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

Service

St. Thomas Aquinas Church

Memorial Mass

1719 Post Road,
Fairfield,
CT 06824

Saturday, February 10, 2018 11:00 AM

Cemetery

Family Gathering

Charity



Linda C. Crowley

Linda C. Crowley, age 70, of Fairfield, beloved wife of James H. Crowley, III, passed away peacefully Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at the CT Hospice, Branford. Born in Utica, NY, the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Cote, she had been a Fairfield resident since 1980. She was a graduate of Clinton High School and received her Bachelors degree from SUNY Oneonta. Linda’s first career was as a flight attendant, where she fostered her life-long love of travel. While living in Fairfield, Linda was an actively involved in numerous town committees and associations. Linda was an avid supporter of Fairfield Prep and FCDS, and active parishioner of St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Linda was happiest with family, enjoying a beautiful view of the ocean or the sound, and watching a James Bond film. Survivors in addition to her husband James include two beloved sons, James (JC) H. Crowley IV and his wife Suzanne of Red Bank, NJ and Joseph Cote Crowley and his wife Serena of Boston, MA; three cherished grandchildren, Reagan, James, V and Alexander Crowley; two sisters, Carol Moran and her husband Robert of Yorkville, NY and Gail Massello of Utica, NY; and many nieces and nephews. A memorial Mass celebrating Linda’s life will be held Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 1719 Post Road, Fairfield. Interment will be private.



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9 Guestbook Entries for Linda C. Crowley

  1. Dear Jim, JC, and Joe,
    Ed and I were so sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. We had no idea that she was so ill. We are so sorry for your loss.
    During your time on Lalley Blvd, Linda became known to everyone. She was always friendly, continually involved in the community, and always willing to lend a hand wherever needed. She was someone known for her commitment to others and we are lucky to have known her.
    Ed and I are now living in Florida for most of the year and we are unable to make it back to CT in time for Linda’s Mass on Saturday.
    Please know that we will keep you all in our prayers during this difficult time.
    Our thoughts are with you and your families.
    Sincerely,
    Janice and Ed Dayton

  2. Jim,JC, & Joey,
    I can’t tell you how sad I was to hear of Linda’s passing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I have so many fond memories of our neighborhood and living next door to your family. Linda always enjoyed giving to others, she never forgot a birthday, anniversary, or special occasion. I will always remember hear as a “Kind Heart”. I know this is such a difficult time for all of you. I hope that her love will surround you and comfort you. My deepest sympathy. Love and prayers, Sandy (G) Arnold

  3. So sorry to hear of Linda’s death. I have such good memories of her as a parent at Fairfield Country Day School, and I have even more vivid memories of the pies that she would bake and bring to me at school. She was generous and kind, and out world needs more people like that. My thoughts are with her family.

  4. Dear Crowley Family,
    I’m very sad to learn of Linda’s passing. She was a friend to me and all of the Fairfield Beach residents. I happily pulled weeds, cleaned the beach, and planted flowers along side her. She was an amazing advocate for the protection of the LI Sound, also the safety and beautification of our neighbourhood. Linda was always surprising me with lovely little thank you gifts. The last one was an amazing raspberry pie that ended up as my Birthday dessert. I will always remember her fondly. My sincere sympathies to your family. She will be missed. Especially this spring when I will clean and plant with out her.
    Sincerely
    Sandra Muller

  5. James,
    We were saddened to hear that Linda had passed away. We all know that death is our worst enemy. That is exactly what the Bible calls it. It also tells that we will be reunited with our loved ones right here on a paradise earth with no more sickness or death. James you may wonder how can this be. I am sending you a link to a short video that explains how this is possible. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/#en/mediaitems/AllVideos/pub-imv_4_VIDEO Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time in your life.

  6. To the Crowley Family,My sincere condolences.I was the Fedex driver on Lalley Blvd and downtown Fairfield for 28 years one day about 10 years ago a sweet woman stopped me it the Brickwalk and said out of the blue I know how hard you work and gave me a gift card for DD and a great day hug!!That was the first time I’m met Linda and thankfully for me not the last she made me smile and laugh every time I saw her!One great time I helped her tow her boat to the South Benson boat basin we got it in the water and into it’s slip and it starts to take on water we look at each other and before I could take off my boots she grabs the missing boat plug and in she goes in April water completely underwater I help her out of the water got a great wet hug and was given one of her amazing fruit pies to boot!! I will miss her warmth and sincerity and always think of her strength and will I’m glad she was my friend. Sincerely, Bill Plotkin 2Billsgrill@ffld.com