WILLIAM JACK CROCKETTApril 16 1920 - June 20, 2018 Born in Vestaburg, Penn. to James and Rose (Metcalfe) Crockett, Bill was raised in Morgantown, West Virginia with his two siblings, Fern and Sara. He graduated from Morgantown High School as a football, basketball and baseball star. He received a football scholarship to Potomac State. In his first year of college he received a football knee injury, and realizing the possibility of the impending war decided to enlist in the U.S Navy on June 25, 1940. His U.S. Navy commendations were numerous as he served as an engineer on destroyers and air craft carriers for 30 years through World War Two, the Korean War and the beginning stages of the Vietnam War. He retired as a Lieutenant Commander in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1970. He was married to Margaret (Laws) Crockett, the love of his life, and they raised five sons, Clyde, Douglas, Keith, William and Jeffrey in San Diego, California and Honolulu, Hawaii. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, great, great grandfather as well as a friend to many. He had 11 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and 4 great, great grandchildren. Bill was known for his great sense of wry humor, his love of the ocean as a sailor, sailing the local islands and the greater Pacific while a member of the Hawaii Yacht Club. He loved musical plays, movies, paddleball, good BBQ's, attending Rainbow sports team's games, and traveling and cruising the world with Big Marg. Visits from all his issue was a special treat. He was a long time spiritual person from his early upbringing and attended the Christ Lutheran Church in San Diego, and as well, the Central Union Church in Honolulu, where Sunday services always cleansed his spirit. Bill was predeceased by his sisters, his wife Margaret and three sons. He is survived by his sons Clyde, Keith, and all grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren, as well as his companion and friend in his later years, Miki Riker. The Family gives gratitude to the Lake View senior living staff and Hospice in Lincoln City, Oregon for their loving care for Bill's final days. A small family and friends Celebration of Life will be at Punchbowl in Honolulu, Hawaii, Friday, November 9, 2018 at 11:30 a.m.

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