Elizabeth Crancarver | Obituary

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January 3, 1969
March 12, 2022

Elizabeth Crane Carver
We lost one of our sweetest and most sincere people on March 12, 2022, when Elizabeth Crane Carver passed away at the age of 53 from kidney cancer. Born on January 3, 1969 in Valdosta, Georgia, she graduated from Valdosta High School in 1987 as a member of the marching band. She is a member of McDonough Presbyterian and enjoys attending her women’s retreat and being a part of such a loving community. With the love of her life, Jeff Carver, they raised three children, Katherine, Emily and Warren. She is an accomplished quilter and has left some of the finest quilts around for her family and friends to enjoy for years to come. Beginning in 2017, she began to travel the world permanently with her husband Jeff and was able to live permanently in Europe, South America and Mexico. When covid came along and this was no longer possible, she easily adapted and was able to fulfill her lifelong dream of seeing the American West and its many national parks. Despite her fear of heights, she bravely went hang gliding in Tennessee, flying a helicopter over Hawaii, a hot air balloon in Spain, and hiking into the Grand Canyon and the numerous mountains and volcanoes on its rim. Some of her favorite places are Edinburgh, Scotland, Harlem, Denmark, and La Chispa in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. At each location, she made lasting friendships and touched hearts. She enjoys playing Pokémon Go, collecting stickers while searching for street art, and immersing herself in local culture. She’s brave, funny, and fearless, always with a smile on her face and a hug for anyone who needs it. She is a surrogate mother to many, a loyal and devoted friend to everyone, and her legacy of caring for others and loving every moment of life will never be forgotten. Her husband Jeff Carver, her children Catherine Stout, Emily Ford and Warren Carver, her parents Frank Survived by Frank and Elsie Crane, her sister Jennifer Crane and her brother Frank Crane III. She will always be missed, but never forgotten. Her epic celebration of life will take place on April 2 at McDonough Presbyterian Church in McDonough, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, she asked for donations to McDonough Presbyterian so they could continue to do their work. Condolences to the family can be expressed online at www.mclanecares.com Carson McLane Funeral Home

Published on March 14, 2022


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