Gladys I. Crow

September 27, 1927 ‒ February 09, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Gladys I. Crow, 90, of Mount Vernon passed away Friday evening, February 9, 2018 at the Delaware Court Health Care Center. She was born in Forest, Ohio on September 27, 1927 to the late Reuel and Armida (Chadwick) Quail.

Gladys was a 1945 graduate of Findlay High School. She attended the Grace Lutheran Church in Centerburg.  Gladys was a licensed beautician and a personal care assistant in assisted living for many years before retirement.

Gladys is survived by her children, Harold Crow of Mount Vernon and Janette Anderson of Plain City; three grandchildren and five great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Gladys was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Eugene Crow; and brothers, Stanton, Robert and Harold Quail.

In following with Gladys’ wish, there will not be any services.  A private burial will held in Union Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery, Upper Sandusky, Ohio.

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  • May The Lord bring you to Peace Gladys our dear friend. We will always cherish the years of friendship and caring you provided our family.
    Our prayers are with you Jeannette, Harold and your family’s during these difficult times.
    All our love,
    The Stillwell’s

  • Dear Jeanette, and family- I’m so saddened to hear of Gladys’ passing. I have many fond memories of visiting her when I was a little kid- she always did my hair- and she was so much fun to be around. I hope that happy memories offer you comfort at this time, and will keep all of you in my prayers. Jamie Lyn (Smith) Fletcher

  • Our condolences go out to Jeannette, Harold and family, You are in our thoughts and prayers..Gladys may you rest in peace as you will be missed by many, and the times we chatted on your porch as my children were growing will always be cherished.

    Randy&Pam Jones and family…

  • We were sorry to read of Gladys’ passing Harold, Janette and families. You have our deepest sympathy.