Cecilia “Adele” Crnich

Feb 28, 1928 - Dec 27, 2020
Moles Farewell Tributes - Greenacres

Cecilia “Adele” Crnich

Feb 28, 1928 - Dec 27, 2020
Moles Farewell Tributes - Greenacres

Obituary

Cecilia Adele Crnich was born on Lopez Island, WA to George and Ruth (Van Bogart) McCauley on February 28, 1928. She and Joseph Crnich Jr. were married in Bellingham in June 1947, and together they raised three children, Charles, David and Jackie. Adele enjoyed baking, knitting, crocheting, and spending time with her family. She especially enjoyed every holiday and playing cards and games.

Preceding Adele in death is her husband of 48 years, Joseph; son, Charles; brothers, Edmond, Robert, and Jack McCauley; and sisters, Annie Brown and Charlene Gustafson.

Survivors include her brother, Ronald McCauley; sister, Virginia Craiger; daughter-in-law, Barbara Crnich; son, Dave (Judy) Crnich; daughter, Jackie (Jeff) Crandall; 12 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

She will be laid to rest at Greenacres Memorial Park in Ferndale, WA during a private family service.

Memorial contributions may be made in Adele’s name to the Meridian Public School Foundation.

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4 responses to Cecilia “Adele” Crnich

  1. Aunt Adele, so thoughtful she was never forgetting my Birthday as a child. Always there with a gift and her camera. You would never catch her without treats to serve when you called for a visit. Of course we will never forget that laugh! Thanks for being a wonderful Aunt to me and I hope you know how much I loved you for it.
    Dave and Jackie I am thinking of you as well as the rest of your lovely Family.
    Sending Love your way,
    Valerie

  2. Aunt Adele; She always greeted me with A smile and A hug!!! wish I could of had one last hug goodbye. She will be missed , Terri

  3. Had the privilege to work with Adele at St. Francis when I was a CNA there. She was loved and will be missed by many. She had a smile that lit up a room. As a CNA we aren’t supposed to have favorites, but she was one of mine. Rest in peace Adele.

  4. JUDY CRNICH says:

    Rest in Peace Mom, Rest in Peace. XOXOXOXO

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