Gary Caris Crumbaugh


It is with great sadness, but unfailingly eternal joy, to announce that on January 30, 2016, Pastor Gary Crumbaugh abandoned his earthly body to be present with his Lord Jesus Christ. Gary is predeceased by his wife of 39 years Carol (2003), his younger brother, Joel, his older brother, James, and his parents James and Helen. He is survived by his caring wife of 10 years, Julieta, his sisters: Judy Roberts and Jeanine Huff, his children: Joel (Theresa), Daniel (Sheri), Esther (Jeff) and Deborah (Brent), his 9 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
Pastor Gary will firstly and always be remembered for his steadfast fundamental faith in Jesus and his lifelong devotion to minister the word of Christ to the members of his churches and communities, and specifically to the aboriginal people of Canada. Gary was educated at Bob Jones University in South Carolina, where he successfully achieved a Masters in Arts and Theology before beginning his ministry in Canada, most recently in Alberta with the Paul Band Bible Baptist Church.
In addition to his service to God, Gary was an artist, illustrator and cartoonist. He was also a United States Army veteran who served in Korea. Throughout his life, Gary was an author, a salesman, a bus driver and an avid outdoorsman, who would venture out into the wilderness alone to hunt and camp. Gary was an engaging public speaker who had a kind heart and felt empathy for his fellow man that compelled him to spread the word of God.
A service to commemorate Gary’s life will be held on Thursday, February 4, 2016, at the Onoway Baptist Church, in Onoway, AB, at 1 pm.

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