Melody and family, I am so sorry for your loss, it is a tragedy to lose your child and grandchildren. I pray for all of you. Jesus is with you and He will bring you through this and in time you will be with them again.
Read this on Facebook; as I don’t watch too much TV anymore. The news about Crystal, Abby, and their little brother Chase, I’ve never met unfortunately! Was a shock; a shock! It had been a while since we have talk to them not cuz we didn’t want to but for other reasons. I couldn’t believe what I was reading my heart sank, for them & their family! All that loved them! I said! no no! that’s not !right no that can’t be!! Because What!??y My youngest and Abby had started communicating again after all this time and I was a little nervous but it was great they seemed really be glad to be talking and being acquainted with each other again they were around each other a lot when they were little kids lot of good memories for them. Crystal is/was a really good mom! I always thought she was a very good mom and Pat good dad. I’m sure he Pat and Pat Junior and the rest of the family are devastated! I know I cried off and on for several days now I was very fond of them as far as humanes go…Abby was alwAys so smart & sweet since she was a baby; & big beAutiful dark Brown curly hair like her mom..It would have been lovely to have meet little brother Chase; I’m sure he was just as beautiful a soul as his Mom, sister Abby & brother Pat jr. Me & My youngest, Enki will Miss you, very much & let our loving positives memories live on with us…
Many prayers & much love to Family of Crystal Gail, Abbigail, & Chase Lawrence…May you RIP…
Crystal Gail Lawrence, 36, passed away on September 21, 2020. She was born on October 12, 1983 to Kenneth Shockley and Melody Tabor in Evansville, Indiana.
Crystal was such a kind and loving mother. She was a wonderful and gentle woman. She was a best friend to her sisters. Crystal was a devoted mother. Her main passion in life were her three wonderful children. She loved spending time with them watching television and going to the parks.
Crystal is survived by her son Patrick Lawrence Jr.; her mother Melody (Terry) Tabor; her father Kenneth Shockley; her sisters Christina (Alex) Zumbuhl, Elizabeth Drysdale (Jeremy), and Brittany Clark (Marlin); her nieces and nephews Vash, Abram, Emma, Lydiann, Alexander, and Marissa; and her estranged husband Patrick Lawrence.
Crystal was preceded in death by her children Abby Lawrence and Chase Lawrence; her uncles Gordon Scott and Brock Scott; and her aunt Roxanna Lowe.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until time of service at 12 p.m. Thursday, October 1st at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations toward Crystal’s funeral expenses.
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