Ura Crowe-Drew Obituary, Death – Ura Elizabeth Crowe-Drew, who resided in the city of Clarkesville and was 47 years old at the time of her death on Tuesday, July 11, 2023, passed away. The eleventh of July was the day she passed away. Her birth took place on January 29, 1976, in Demorest, and both of her parents, Danny N. Crowe and Ura W. Crowe, were residents of Clarkesville. Her parents were her biological guardians.
She was the product of a delivery that had taken place in the city of Demorest. Ura started her career in the field of cosmetology by working in the field of sleep science. Over the course of the seven years that she worked in the industry of cosmetology, she worked her way up to the position of Master Cosmetologist and eventually became a master in the profession. She recognized that helping others in a variety of settings gave her a sense of fulfillment,
which she combined with the fact that she enjoyed working with oil paint as a hobby activity. She was well-known for her dedication to saving animals and for the loving care that she showed for her own animals, treating them as if they were her own children. She did this in a literal as well as a metaphorical sense. She devoted an incredible lot of her love and attention to her family, which she loved more than anything else in the entire world.
Her parents and her significant other, Saeed Muhammad, are both counted among the survivors of the attack, in addition to a large number of other members of her family and friends who were present at the time of the tragedy. Memorial services will be held at the Chapel of McGahee-Griffin & Stewart on the evening of Saturday, July 15, 2023 at 5:00 pm. The date and time of the services have not yet been determined.
The Reverend Courtney Umbehant will act as the officiant and serve as the ceremony’s host throughout the entire event. In memory of their loved one who passed away recently, the family has asked that you send plants rather than fresh flowers if you would like to send flowers in their honor. You might want to think about making a donation to a nonprofit organization of your choice instead of sending flowers if you want to show your condolences.