Moultrie Observer


December 12, 2012

Austin Ferman Crosby Jr.

MOULTRIE — Austin Ferman Crosby Jr., 50, died Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012, at UniHealth Post Acute Care.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012, at 2 p.m. at the Family Outreach Center, with the Rev. Austin Glass officiating. Interment will be private.

Ferman was born March 7, 1962, in Deltona, Florida to the late Austin Ferman Crosby, Sr. and Doris Robertson Crosby. He was of the Pentecostal faith.

Survivors include a daughter, Angel Arial Stone of Nashville, GA; one sister, Patsy Newsom and husband Ricky; two brothers, William J. Collins and wife Kathy, Travis A. Crosby and wife Stephanie all of Moultrie; two nieces, Dara Merritt and Jenna Crosby; four Nephews, Chris Collins, Justin Collins, T. J. Crosby and Julian C. Willingham; and a dear friend, Ceressa Stone, Angel’s mother of Nashville, Ga.

The family will be receiving friends immediately following the services.

Memorials may be made to The Lighthouse, 413 4th Ave., Albany, GA 31701

Cobb Funeral Chapel has been entrusted with the arrangements.

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