Obituaries » Crae Forrest Hancock
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October 3, 1948 - May 9, 2022
Funeral Home Russon Mortuary Farmington
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I've known Crae all of my life and after high-school Crae went on a mission and I went into the army. When we returned home we both got married, started our families and became even closer friends. Our Friday nights were spent (along with Rod & Karen Peterson) with our families playing badminton, going to movies and our Friday night pot luck dinners. Later Crae's job took him away from South Jordan but we still got together, called and Facebooked through thr years. It is because of Crae & Rodney that we were able to build our first home and we will always be grateful for that. Thank you Crae for a lifetime of wonderful memories.
Posted by Bruce & Roma Beecroft on May 15, 2022
Crae was my nephew. When he was very little his mother used to go to church on Tuesday nights to to teach the young women. So on Tuesdays I would take the bus from high school over to Pleasant Valley so I could babysit. Crae would cry when his mother had to leave, but his older sister Marsha (who was only about 3 or 4) would put her arm around him and pat his shoulder." It's okay Crae," she would say, "Mommy will come back."
Posted by Carolyn Smith on May 15, 2022
I met Crae at Boise Cascade in the early 70\'s, we were on the same drywall crew. Over the years we worked together doing construction work in Utah and Las Vegas. I was always amazed at his abilities, determination and moxie. He had no fear to tackle any type of project and successfully complete it! He was always very generous and willing to help when you needed it. When someone passes, I always want to remember the good times spent with them. With Crae it had to be when, Crae, Greg Witbeck and myself were drywalling a house with a deadline. We were all working in separate rooms when Crae started singing very enthusiastically and very loudly \"Put your shoulder to wheel\". I remember looking at him and he had that huge grin on his face! It wasn\'t long before we all singing along!
Posted by Bob Cowley on May 12, 2022