Erin Eileen Crockett
1958 ~ 2015

Our fun, loving mom is now reunited with her mother.

Born in Illinois to William Evered and Joan Marie Dewing. She moved to Anaheim, California and quickly adapted to becoming a “Cali girl.” Erin graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in 1976 where she was head of the cheer squad. After graduation, she went to Rick’s College in Idaho. There she met her first husband, Kyle Crockett (divorced). Together they had 4 children; Braden, Heather, Ashlyn, and Meagan. She was so thrilled when she was able to adopt a sweet baby boy, Kaiden Crockett. They raised their children for many years in Alpine, Utah. She became an RN and worked for over 23 years in the NICU where she thrived. She loved crafting, crocheting, cooking, scrap booking, singing, the movies and making people laugh. She had such a fun, loving sense of humor. She continued in life caring for everyone she met.

We will love and cherish the time and memories we have shared throughout the years.

Preceded in death by her loving Mother ‘Grandma’ Joan and Father William Evered. Survived by her 5 children, 3 grandchildren (Daxton, Tylee, and Anastyn), and sister, Chris Zwicky.

Friends and family may call Monday, January 5, 2015 from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Warenski Funeral Home, 1776 North 900 East, American Fork, Utah.

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