Howard Doggett Crow, son of Dallas real estate developer Trammell Crow, died Saturday January 30, 2016 at Dallas, TX at age 69. Crow was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 28, 1946, the second of six children to Trammell and Margaret Doggett Crow.
Crow attended Armstrong Elementary School, St. Mark's School for Boys and Highland Park High School. He later graduated from Southwestern University at Georgetown where he pledged Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.
He owned and operated Paige Art Gallery and the ever popular Great Pets and managed retail shops at the Anatole Hotel for many years.
Crow was preceded in death by his father, Trammell Crow, his mother Margaret Doggett Crow and his brother Robert T. Crow.
He is survived by his spouse Don Hodges, III; three brothers and their spouses, Harlan R. and Katherine R. Crow, Trammell S. Crow, and Stuart M. and Shirley W. Crow; one sister and her spouse, Lucy C. and Henry Billingsley.
He is also survived by cousin Michael Crow; sisters-in-law Nancy Crow and Barbara Hunt Crow; nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews, Carter Trammell Crow and his wife Julie, Robert Wade Crow and his wife Sara, Trammell Crow Hancock, Lucy Billingsley Burns and her husband Thomas, Robert Nathaniel Crow and his wife Itzel, George Harlan Billingsley and his wife Lindsay, Margaret Doggett Crow, Kathleen Crow Craig and her husband Nathaniel, Anne Sumner Billingsley, Daniel Howard Crow, Virginia Marie Crow, George Trammell Crow, Isabella Crow, Harlan Robert Crow, Margaret Crow, Sarah Katherine Crow, Carter Crow, Trammell Crow, Duncan Crow, Charlotte Hancock, Quinlan Crow, Caroline Burns, Morgan Burns, Andrew Burns, Davis Billingsley and Margaret Marie Craig.more » « less
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