Clark Allen Crowe
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Clark Allen Crowe. He died October 10, 2019.
He was born in Mesa General Hospital on September 13, 1969. He was a fifth generation Arizonian.
Clark was the beloved son of Jalia (Pigg) Crowe Peterson, of Nome, Alaska, and the late Robert Allen Crowe.
He was the cherished nephew of JoAnne Pigg and Lynn (Pigg) Younger Williams, both of Tempe.
He is also survived by his brothers Tad Allen Crowe (Nickie) of Ferndale, Washington, Scott Allen Crowe of Nome, Alaska and Kenny Allen Crowe (Anna) of Phoenix, Arizona.
His stepsister is Brandy Peterson of Phoenix, Arizona. His deceased stepbrothers are Cory Peterson and Todd Peterson.
His nieces are Crystal Crowe Dugan (Mike), Allyson Crowe Perkins, Ashley Dawn Crowe, BrookLynn Crowe, AdiLynn Crowe, Vanessa Johnson, Isabella Johnson, Kendra Crowe, Morgan Crowe, Angelina Dugan and Mikenzi Dugan.
Clark’s nephews are Joseph Allen Crowe, Corey Allen Crowe, Dylon Allen Crowe, Devon Allen Crowe, Cameron Allen Crowe, Cole Allen Crowe, Skyler Johnson, Christian Crowe, Joshua Crowe and Ethan Dugan.
He was the treasured cousin of Carrie Lynn Younger-Howard and her daughters, Jasper Lynn Davis (Shad), Bronwyn Aston Younger-Howard, Avalon Beatrice Younger-Howard and Ainsley Sloan Younger-Howard.
Loving cousins are Craig and Sharyn Younger and their children, Matt and Caitlyn Young (Harvey Dean and Marlowe James), Ryan and Monabeth Young (Margy), Julian and Hannah McCuien.
Clark is also survived by his best friend from high school Peder Swenson and his soulmate Kristi Walker.
His grandmother Mary Alice Pigg and his uncle Warden Williams were a great influence in his life.
Clark attended Salk Elementary School, Fremont Junior High, EVIT and graduated from Mountain View High School. He also graduated from DeVry Institute and ITT Technical Institute.
At age 18, Clark joined the United States Army and served in Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom.
Clark loved gaming, Comicon, karate, hiking in the desert, shopping in thrift stores, the Renaissance Festival and he grew up riding three wheelers in the Mesa desert.
He was extremely fond of his cats Scampers and Bravado.
We will remember his courage, integrity, his generosity, sense of humor, his thoughtfulness and his helpfulness to others.
Clark fought a courageous battle with PTSD.
Memorial donations can be made to: Paralyzed Veterans of America, 801 18th Street NW, Washington, DE 20006