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Scott P. Crawford, 56

LEE, Mass. — Scott P. Crawford, 56, of Lee died Wednesday, October 31, 2018, at home surrounded by his loving family.

Scott was born November 7, 1961, the son of the late William H. Crawford, Sr. and Ruth Dorbath Crawford of Lee. Scott was raised and educated at Lee High School. He married the former Carol A. Barr on October 2, 1982 at the First Congregational Church of Lee.

Scott was a glazier for 40 years, most recently working for Greenfield Glass. He was a sports enthusiast and a loyal fan of the New England Patriots and the Boston Celtics. Scott was a hard-working, dedicated family man and friend to many.

Besides his mother, Ruth, of Lee, and his wife, Carol, of Lee, Scott leaves behind his three daughters, Heather, Nicole and Cassidy Crawford; his five grandchildren, Lincoln, Zayli, Porsha, Madelyn and Blaire; two brothers, Bill (Donna) and Guy (Christine); three sisters, Lisa, Bernadette “Snooky” (Dick), and Kelly Crawford; his nieces and nephews, Stacey, Shaun, Josh, Hope and Barry; and his sister-in-law, Lynn Simmons (David); and his good friends and supporters, Matt and Joni.

Funeral notice: A private service will be held at the Kelly Funeral Home. A public celebration of Scott's life will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2018, from noon to 3 p.m. at the Lee Sportsmen's Club on Fairview Street, Lee, to which everyone is welcome.


Obituary Provided By: Kelly Funeral Home

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