John Paul Crum        
1937 - 2004 

John Paul Crum, age 67, of Silverton, Idaho, formerly of Grayson, KY, passed away at his home on July 2nd, 2004. 
He was born on January 3rd, 1937, in Grayson, a son of the late George W. and Ida Belle Fyffe Crum of Denton, KY. 

He was a retired electronic repair technician, U.S. Army Veteran, a member of the First Church of God in Wallace, Idaho, 
the National Riffleman’s Association and a Ky. Colonel. John enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and traveling. 

His survivors include: His wife: Audrey Alice Allen Lund Crum of Silverton, Idaho;  1 sister: Kathleen (& Lloyd) Sagraves of Willard, KY;  
5 daughters: Brenda Ellen Crum (& Glenwood) Gray of  Morehead, KY,  Hellen Marie Crum (& Bud) Claxon of Grayson, KY,  
Lillian Crum (& James) Barber of Willard, KY,  Jazmin Crum and Joanna Paulette Crum both of Idaho Falls, Idaho;  1 son: 
John Paul Crum Jr. of Idaho Falls, Idaho;  2 step-sons: Arthur (& Raylynn) Lund, Malfred (& Erin) Lund both of Spokane, WA;  
9 grandchildren: Virginia Lynn Spear (& Frank) Maggard of Olive Hill, KY, Anthony Shane Gray of Ashland, KY, Jessica Rae Flannery of Olive Hill, KY, 
Samuel Levi Claxon of Grayson, KY,  Jonathon Thomas Crum of Willard, KY,  Amanda Dawn Barber of  Grayson, KY,  James Chester Barber of Willard, KY,  
Derick Paul Barber of Willard, KY and Marisol Harcourt of Idaho Falls, ID;  5 step-grandchildren: Patrick Allen Gray and 
Robbie Layne Gray both of Morehead, KY,  Trista Claxon Lexington, KY,  Eric Lund and Malory Lund of Spokane, WA;  
3 great-grandchildren: Alexandria Lynn Spears,  Chaila LaRae Flannery,  Lillian Dawn LaChae Flannery all of Olive Hill, KY 
and a host of other relatives and friends. 

Memorial services will be conducted Tuesday, July 13th, 2004, at 7:30pm at the Malone Funeral Home in Grayson with Rev. Mike Roberts, officiating. 

Visitation will be held after 6:00pm Tuesday until service time. 

Interment in the Fortner (Crum Family) Cemetery in Denton, KY.

Submitted by: Linda Cheeks Pittano

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