Clarence Everett Crockett
02/06/1931 - 08/28/2021
Obituary For Clarence Everett Crockett
Norfolk- Clarence Everett Crockett, 90 years old, passed away on August 28 in his home after months of fighting to remain with his loving wife of 47 years, Jill Crockett. He is also survived by his first daughter, Terri Bruffy, his second daughter, Rachel Crockett and her husband and devoted son-in-law Chris Julian, his grandson, Christopher Bruffy and his wife Anna Bruffy, his granddaughter Natalie Bruffy VanVranken and her husband Brian VanVranken, and one great-grandchild, Kasey VanVranken.
He was the youngest of six children of Katie and David Crockett, a Chesapeake Bay waterman. Clarence was a lover of music, history and astronomy. These interests and his career in electronics reflected his endless quest for knowledge.
In lieu of flowers, Clarence would like donations sent to Operation Blessing.
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Deepest sympathy for your loss, Rachel. The help, support and loving care you have given to your Dad and to your parents over the years is a great and precious gift. Jane Nohava
Dear Crockett family, We are very sorry for your loss. Brad and Anna Jacobson
So sorry for your loss. He will always be part of the CNKS family.
My condolences to the family of Mr Crockett, I worked with him for 15 years at Avec Electronics before the company closed
Clarence, being 15 years older, was somewhat of hero of mine in my very young years. I asked my parents if I could change my name to Clarence. The picture used here has been the visual memory of Uncle Clarence all these years. I am so glad I got to see him just a few years ago. My prayers for peace and hope go out to Jill and Rachel and the family. May God give comfort and strength at this time. —Ed Felter, nephew
To ALL of the family, I want to express my deepest condolences for your loss. The loss of a parent, grandfather, or spouse is just something that is hard to understand. Know that he will be watching over all of you. Again, I am truly sorry for your lost. Respectfully,. Pamula Bruffy
We love you, Daddy.
Thank you so much for the job, guidance and encouragement you gave me when I was right out of high school. I have never forgotten your kindness and generosity. You are a wonderful man! Chrissie Chandler
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