Vincent James Crandell

Vincent James Crandell

On Wednesday, August 25th, Vincent James Crandell suddenly passed away at the age of 57. He is now free from all hurt and pain the world is currently experiencing and enjoying his time with his family and friends who have also passed on.

Vincent was born to Wayne and Irene Crandell on February 1, 1964, in Baltimore, MD. He enlisted with the US Air Force at the age of 18 in August of 1982 and served until May of 1992. In February of 1994, he joined the Department of Corrections, where he was employed until he retired after 26 years in August of 2020.

Vincent, mostly known as Vince or Vinny, was a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle, grandfather, and friend to many. He was always looking out for others, making sure he always had your back when needed. He would do anything for his family, who he enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, singing, and taking many family vacations with. His most recent passion became using a chainsaw. He loved going to the mountains or his own backyard to cut down trees. He mentioned many times he missed his calling in life and should have been a logger.

Vince is survived by the love of his life, wife Victoria. Daughters Jennifer Crandell, Jamie McCartney, Marissa Ford and significant other Joshua Berry. Sons Dakota Ford and Dillon Sargent. Grandson Eli McCartney. Parents Wayne and Irene Crandell. Mother in Law Robin Campbell. Brothers Bruce and wife Robyn Crandell, Brian and wife Brandy Crandell. Sister and brother in law’s Ron and Rebecca Simpson, Donald and Ella Campbell and John Campbell. Numerous nieces and nephews. Special family members to be mentioned are Robert and Rae Broadbent, Rusty Sala, John and Nicole Miller, Michael Johnson, Will and Viviana Taylor and of course his pride and joys Lillana Mateo and Klohe. He will be missed more than he ever could have imagined.

 A celebration of life for Vince will be on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 at 200 US Hwy 199 Crescent City, CA. (Next to Blueberry Hill Farm) at 1 o’clock p.m.

 In lieu of flowers and in memory of Vince, donations can be made to his favorite charity Gi’s 4 GI’s, http://www.gis4gis.org/ (443)-632-4358

Arrangements are under the direction of Wier’s Mortuary Chapel. Please sign the family’s online guest book at wiersmortuary.com

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