Vernon Wilson Crow
”1914 - 1991”

    Vernon Wilson Crow

    "As we look back over time
    We find ourselves wondering .....
    Did we remember to thank you enough
    For all you have done for us?
    For all the times you were by our sides
    To help and support us .....
    To celebrate our successes
    To understand our problems
    And accept our defeats?
    Or for teaching us by your example,
    The value of hard work, good judgement,
    Courage and integrity?
    We wonder if we ever thanked you
    For the sacrifices you made.
    To let us have the very best?
    And for the simple things
    Like laughter, smiles and times we shared?
    If we have forgotten to show our
    Gratitude enough for all the things you did,
    We're thanking you now.
    And we are hoping you knew all along,
    How much you meant to us.

      Vernon Wilson Crow
      MIAMI, Okla. - Funeral services for
      Vernon Wilson Crow, former chief of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe,
      were to be held today at Paul Thomas Funeral Home Chapel in Miami.
      Born Jan. 22, 1914, Burial Nov 23,1991. Crow, 77, died Thursday.
      A native of the Council House near Wyandotte, Crow attended Seneca Indian School.
      He was chief of the tribe for 12 years and also was a member of the Cayuga Business Council.
      He had been a lead and zinc miner for Eagle Picher Mining Co.
      A World War II veteran, he was a member of and club room manager for the Miami Veterans of Foreign Wars.
      He was a member of the Friends Church.
      Surviving are his wife, Idalis Matthews Crow;
      three sons, Ron and Charles Crow, both of Miami, and
      Gary Crow of Hopkinsville, Ky.; two daughters, Kay Ellison and Sarah Proctor,
      both of Miami; four brothers, Melvin and Les Crow,
      both of Broken Arrow, Kurt Crow of Miami and John Crow of Monrovia, Calif.;
      a sister, Christine Bean of Tulsa; and six grandchildren.

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