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Georgia F. Crow

February 20, 1933 - April 17, 2017

Burial Date April 20, 2017

Funeral Home Dietrich-Mothershead Funeral Home

Church St. Rose of Lima Church

Memorial Gathering: Thurs. April 20, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 10 AM at St. Rose of Lima Church

Memorial Mass: Thurs. April 20, 2017 at 10 AM at St. Rose of Lima Church

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Georgia Frances Crow was born February 20, 1933 in St. Louis, MO. She was the daughter of George L. and Florence E. (nee Crowley) Grimshaw. She passed on April 17, 2017 in De Soto, MO at the age of 84 years. She is survived by her children, Cathy (Denzel) McGraw, Bismarck, MO; Mike (Alice) Crow, Phoenix, AZ; Cindy (Tony) Lammert, De Soto, MO; Margie (Bob) Brinkley, Hillsboro, MO; Brad (Melinda) Crow, Kimmswick, MO; Laura (Dwayne) Taylor, De Soto, MO; Brian (Michael Schomburg) Crow, Ballwin, MO: Dina (Jerry, Jr.) Appleton, De Soto, MO; siblings, Gracie (Val) Pfluger, Florence “De De” Coleman, Gerard “Jerry” (Millie) Grimshaw, Adelaide (Tom) Herrell, Helen (John) Meyer, George “Yawtz” (Marty) Grimshaw, Mary (Donald) Rudisaile, Cecelia “Ce Ce” (Gary) Sickmeyer, Rosemary “Rosie” (Ron) Middleton, and Virginia “Ginny” Grimshaw; 21 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Ervin B. Crow; one son, Keith Crow; and one brother, Donald Grimshaw. Georgia was a very active member of the Kimmswick Community; she started the Blue Owl Restaurant and later owned and operated the Old House Restaurant. She also served as Mayor of Kimmswick, was a member of the Kimmswick Historical Society, worked in the Kimmswick Post Office, worked as a bus driver for St. Joseph School, and was a charter member of the Apple Butter Festival commitee.