AHS Ladycats vs. Springtown at Aledo;
Varsity, 6:30 p.m.
JV, 5 p.m.
9th, 5 p.m.
Rebecca Jean Crouch, a loving wife, "Nana" and daughter, passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer Tuesday, June 29, 2010 in a Fort Worth hospital.
Pallbearers: Bill Bailey, Duane Bailey, John Cook, Guy Crouch, Todd
Crouch, Ty Crouch, Aurel Grecu and Johnny Tarwater.
Becky was born to Robert Joseph and Edith Coffey in Dallas. She
graduated from Bishop Dunne High School and attended the University
of Dallas and Texas A&M. After the loss of her father, she took
over the everyday operations of his business Dallas Automatic
(DALMATIC) until forming a partnership of her own in Haltom City
with her partner, Ken Davis. They owned and operated R-K Automatic
for 15 years. Then she met the love of her life, Roger Crouch, and
they married and moved to their ranch in Peaster. Becky devoted her
life to being a loving wife and companion, becoming "Nana" and
raising her grandson, Tristan and being a special aunt to Hayley
and Brittney Holland. Becky loved the outdoors, boating, skiing,
fishing, golfing, rodeoing and especially pursuing her passion of
shopping. Becky's vibrant personality lead her to never meeting a
stranger. She lived her life to the fullest and always had the door
open to everyone. Her personality and sharp business sense was the
perfect mix when she decided to pursue a successful career in
commercial and residential real estate. Becky was a proud member of
the Women's professional Rodeo Association where she was a barrel
racing competitor many years at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
and qualified three years for the Women's National Rodeo Finals in
the Team Roping event. She continued to support the Cowgirl Hall of
Fame, Cariety Foundation and numerous other charities. Her love and
zest for life was admired and appreciated by all who came in
contact with her. Becky was preceded in death by her father, Robert
Joseph Coffey; brother, Michael Mitchell Coffey and her son,
Survivors: husband, Roger Crouch; daughter, Alesha Grecu; grandson,
Tristan Grecu; son-in-law, Aurel Grecu and wife, Karina and son
Anthony; mother, Edith Coffey of Weatherford; aunt, Marie Johnson
of Orange; and numerous nieces and nephews. Becky left behind many
friends, horses, dogs and cats of whom she adored and who will miss
her beyond description.