Edna Kae Crabtree (Wallace), Saint George Utah (formerly of Maryville, Missouri) went to be with the Lord on October 2nd, 2013. She was 70 years old.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Monte Crabtree, son Mark Crabtree, brother, Charles Wallace and two sisters, Rosa Piveral and Mae King all of Maryville, MO.
Survivors include her children, Stephen Crabtree and wife, Julie Crabtree, St. George Utah, and Tina Crabtree, Maryville, Mo. Two sisters, Betty Pierson, Maryville, Mo and Nancy Reents, St. Joseph, Mo. With 11 Grandchildren, Patrick Crabtree, Clayton Huber, Wesley Huber, Tiffany Crabtree, Courtney Crabtree, Ashleigh Crabtree, Cordell Crabtree, Kirsten Crabtree, Timothy Westcott, Nicholas Westcott, Serena Westcott. Have Four Great Grandchildren, Kaysen and Coulter Huber, Sage Swenson and Olive Huber.
Kae was a wonderful mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and sister. She loved to play the piano and sing gospel songs with family and friends. She was an enthusiastic game player and always had fun. Kae was a Nurses Aid and also has spent many hours volunteering her time as a guide at the Historic Johnson Dinosaur Park in Saint George Utah. She loved everyone and was Loved by all. Kae's family and friends always had kind words to say about her.
She will be missed by all whose lives she touched.
Viewing and Visitation will be held at the Price Funeral Home on Saturday, October 12th at 1:00 p.m. Funeral Services will immediately follow at 2:00 p.m. officiated by Pastor Don Barnett of Clearmont, Mo. Pallbearers are Don Piveral, Kasey and Chad King, of Maryville, Jim Lager of Clyde, Mo, Cordell Crabtree, St. George, Utah and Tanner Swenson, Sandy, Utah. Honorary Pall bearers are Wayne Pierson, Maryville, Mo and Jerry Reents, St. Joseph, Mo. Burial will be at the Miriam Cemetery in Maryville, Mo.
In lieu of flowers, the family has set up the "Edna Kae Crabtree Memorial Fund" with the Wells Fargo Bank in Saint George Utah. Donations can be sent to 3591 Lupin Way, St. George Utah 84790 C/O Edna Kae Memorial Fund.