Virgil Crawford Jr. fondly also known as (V), was the son of the late Virgil Crawford Sr. and Annie Crawford. He was born September 27, 1951 in Baltimore Maryland. He departed this earthly life on February 5, 2021 after a lengthy illness.
Virgil received his education in the Baltimore City Public School system, and was a graduate of Baltimore City College High School in 1970.
In 1970 Virgil married Andrea Harris and from that union two sons were born, Virgil III, and Andrew Crawford, whom he loved with all his heart, both sons preceded him in death.
Virgil accepted Christ early in his life, He was a member of the Garden of Prayer Christian Church in Baltimore, Maryland. He enjoyed attending worship services when he could, and would often attend many of the services and conferences for men at the church. Virgil was gainfully employed as an iron worker and machine worker at various places, and finished his employment status as a machinist at the Middleton and Meade company in Baltimore.
Virgil was a very out-going person, who loved life. “Virgil was the life of the party.” He loved listening to oldies music and dancing. At family gathering you could find Virgil on the dance floor. He loved having fun, dancing, and getting together with family. Virgil also liked to travel to Georgia to spend time with his Georgia family and friends. He also had a passion for writing, coloring, and creating art-work, such as drawings and jewelry with his hands. He is going to be sorely missed, his smile and his laughter.
Virgil leaves to cherish his loving memories his wife, Andrea Crawford; brother Maurice Crawford (Gwendolyn); sister Mona Crawford; six grandchildren, Vincent, Dequon, Le’Cher, Destiny, Dai’Shaun, and Drew Crawford. Special nephews, nieces, cousins, other relatives, and friends
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