Harley Madison Crenshaw entered rest on November 11, 2019, at the age of 20. She was born October 27, 1999. She was preceded in death by grandparents, Ramon and Ma. Del Carmen Gutierrez of Brownsville, Texas.
She is survived by her parents, Jorge and Scarlett Gutierrez, of Fort Stockton, Texas, father Michael Crenshaw and wife, Melody, of Spring, Texas, fiancé Dalton Tucker, step-son, Richard Tucker, step-daughter, Aimee Tucker, sister Chloe Crenshaw of Fort Stockton, Texas, Brittney Crenshaw, of College Station, Texas, Isabella and Audrey Crenshaw and brother Matthew, of Spring, Texas. Grandparents Ray and wife, Tinnie, of Burton, Texas, and Bruce Crenshaw, and wife, Sandra, of Anderson, Texas.
Aunts and Uncles are G.W. Meyer and wife, Analyse, of Burton, Texas, Ray Gene Meyer, Jr. and wife, Candace, of Lexington, Texas, Leticia Gutierrez of Fort Worth, Texas, John Gutierrez and wife, Mar, of Katy, Texas, Jesus Gutierrez, and wife, Wendy, of Brownsville, Texas, Hector Gutierrez, and wife, Lulu of Brownsville, Texas, Norma Cruz, and husband, Antonio, of Brownsville, Texas, Kimberly Crenshaw, of College Station, Texas, Karen Crenshaw, of Anderson, Texas, Kevin Lee, and wife, Kristi, of Nacogdoches, Louisiana.
Harley was born in College Station in 1999, and moved to Fort Stockton in 2008, where she graduated in 2018. After graduation, she returned to College Station to attend Blinn college. In October 2018, she returned to Fort Stockton, and became engaged to the love of her life, Dalton Tucker.
Harley worked as a waitress at Pizza Hut starting her Junior year in high school. She decided to try out her career path in the medical field and became a CNA in August 2019. Her residents loved her.
Harley was a gentle and kind-hearted person, her smile and laugh were contagious, and if you needed anything, she was always there. She never knew a stranger and loved everyone. She loved to sing random songs and loved taking frequent naps on the beach. She was loved by many and will be missed by all.
Visitation will be Saturday, November 16, 2019, from 12-8PM, at Heritage Funeral Home, 301 N. Main, Fort Stockton, Texas, with Services to be held Sunday, November 17, 2019, at 1PM at Northside Baptist Church, 1600 N. Gillis, Fort Stockton, Texas.
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