Larry W. Crowley, 64, of Huntsville, passed away April 7, 2013, at U. K. Chandler Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky.

Born in Anderson County, November 22, 1948, he was preceded in death by his parents, Hubert and Martha Crowley; brothers: Gene, Bubby, Jackie, Bruce, George, and Allen Crowley; and father- and mother-in-law, Earl and Edna Sharpe.

He was a loving husband, daddy and papaw, and was an active member of White Rock Baptist Church and served as grill chef, along with his other buddies and pastor. He served as a former mayor, alderman, and fire chief for the Town of Huntsville; and was a current member of the SAI and 911 board of directors. He became the manager of Huntsville Utility District in 1994 and worked with numerous designers on the construction of the lake. The lake project was his vision for the community of Scott County to serve as the main water supply for the families of Scott and Morgan counties. He worked to received federal grants for the water plant and lake; brought in new automated meters; and under his tenure the lab became certified as a microbiological laboratory, and a new mapping system was implemented; and expanded the water system to different parts of Scott County.

He is survived by his wife, Sharra Crowley of Huntsville; daughter, Lisa Crowley of Huntsville; son, Daniel Crowley and wife, Tammy, of Oneida; granddaughters, Brooklyn and Gracely Gray; brother, Ronnie Crowley of Chatsworth, Ga.; sisters-in-law: Wilma and Marshall of Oneida, and Sharon and Elmer Hughett of Robbins; and many other relatives.

Funeral service was conducted April 11, at White Rock Baptist Church with Bro. Jim West and Bro. Kyle Keeton officiating. Music was provided by White Rock Baptist Church Choir and the Brimstone Boys. Interment followed at Mossop Cemetery with full military honors provided by American Legion Post #136.

Four Oaks Funeral Home of Huntsville had charge of arrangements.

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