Obituary: Adrienne A. Crockatt

Adrienne Amon Crockatt.

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Adrienne Amon Crockatt.

Adrienne Amon Crockatt of Williams, Arizona passed away on Thursday, July 6, 2017, in Phoenix.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 21, 2017, at Christ’s Church, 3475 East Soliere Ave., Flagstaff, AZ 86004. A memorial service date will be determined in the future at Arizona National Guard Camp Navajo, 1 Hughes Avenue in Bellemont, Arizona. Adrienne’s husband, Chuck, is a Vietnam Army veteran (1967- 1968). 

Adrienne Amon Crockatt was born Feb. 3, 1942, to Geraldine and George Amon, whom she was preceded in their deaths. Adrienne is survived by her husband of 38 years, Charles G. Crockatt, her daughter Roxanne Darby Tommasino who is preceded in death by her husband Tony Tommasino and their son Michael and daughter Shaina Tommasino. 

Adrienne is survived by her son Daniel R. Darby and his daughter Elyse Darby, and Adrienne’s son David G. Darby who is preceded in death by his daughter Ashley Darby and survived by his daughter Amber Darby. Adrienne is also survived by her sister Georganne Amon Robertson and her brother Daniel Amon. 

Adrienne graduated in 1960 from Parma High School in Ohio and in 1964 from Bowling Green State University. After college, she taught home economics and enjoyed cooking, sewing and music. She shared an occasional ride with her dearly beloved husband Chuck on his Harley Davidson motorcycle. She loved and cared for her horses and dogs. From 1980 to 1996, Adrienne was secretary/treasurer and half owner with her husband of a Harley Davidson Dealership in Bellemont. Adrienne was a faithful Christian woman and devoted her life to inspiring others with her true faith. Even in her last days, she set an example as a true follower of Jesus to the hospital staff who cared for her in her time of need. Visit for condolences.


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