Georgia & Jack Crawford
Crawford Celebrate 65th Anniversary
Jack Glen Crawford, Sr. and Georgia Fay Burton were married on June 12, 1954 at the Carlisle Methodist Church in Price, Texas by The Reverend Edward Ed Mitchell. Jack served in the US Army for over 20 years and retired on March 31, 1971 as a Lieutenant Colonel. He then was co-owner, with his brother, of a mobile home dealership in Longview. He retired again in 1992, as a Postal Clerk, from the US Postal Service after serving there for over 14 years.
Georgia obtained her Beauticians license and organized and operated the military beautician parlor at Fort Lawton in Seattle, Washington from 1957 to 1960. She later became a distributor for a very well know beautician supply business for over 13 years.
Georgia has been a loving wife, mother and homemaker and faithfully devoted her time and energy to taking care of the family as they moved around the world. They have two children, Deborah Hoofman and husband, Hardy and Jack Crawford, Jr. and wife Connie. And they have four grandchildren, Josh, Jeremy and Justin Kelley and Cole Crawford, and six great-grandchildren.

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