Tori Crenshaw, 29, of Navasota, lost her life in a car wreck on the way to Galveston.
Family and friends are invite to a come and go time of remembrance from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. Friday, October 14, 2016 at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Center in Bryan, Texas.
She was born in Navasota but grew up and lived on the island for 13 years before returning in 2003.
She enjoyed arts and crafts, cooking for her friends, watching movies, listening to music and attending as many concerts as possible.
Tori loved the Fall and Halloween was her favorite holiday. She looked forward to the Ren Fair every year. She always felt she had an old soul, so when she dressed in regale costume and entered the gates… she said she felt at peace and like she belonged in that era of time.
Tori had a wide range of friends and acquaintances, some young and some older. Many close by and several far away but if you ever needed help or an ear to listen, Tori was always there.
Tori was preceded in death by her grandparents Ernest and Janyce Singletary.
Tori is survived by her mother Marsha (Prissy) Crenshaw and her beloved pets.
There will be no formal services and cremation is pending with Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers of Bryan College Station. However, friends wishing to share pictures or stories with her mother are urged to do so at the family home at Grassy Creek.
Tori’s wishes of returning to Galveston will be fulfilled by her family and friends at a later date.