James Kevin  Death, Obituary  –  James Kevin “Kebo” Crews lost his life on December 16, 2022, at his home in Macclenny, Florida, after a protracted battle against his sickness. Kevin Buster Crews was born to his parents, James Buster and Sharon Crews, on August 2, 1960 in the city of Jacksonville, which is located in the state of Florida. In 1978, upon his graduation from high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and went through the necessary training to become a Fuel Specialist. Up until 1982, he was stationed in Wichita, Kansas.

After that year, he moved back to his hometown of Macclenny, Florida. James B. Crews, his father, and Anglis Davis, his father-in-law, both passed away before he did. His mother also passed away before him. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Crews, his mother, Sharon Crews, his mother-in-law, Jacquelyn Davis, his brothers Scott (Tia) Crews, Robbie (Tina), and Timmy Davis, his daughters Kambrell (Timmy)Richardson and Jessica (Timothy) Colvin, and his sons James Matthew Crews and Lukas Floyd Crews. He was preceded in death by his father, Floyd Crews. He was The 15th of September, 1945 was the day he was born, and he passed away on (Morgan).

Jacob Crews, his loving cats Grey Mama and Grey Girl, his grandchildren Tyler Richardson, Emma Richardson, Christian Colvin, Tyson Richardson, and Jacob Crews, as well as a large number of other aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews. Jacob Crews is also survived by a large number of other relatives. Grandchildren Jacob Crews, Tyson Richardson, Christian Colvin, Emma Richardson, and Tyler Richardson, all of whom are named Richardson.
After relocating to Baker County, Florida, he first found employment with David J. Joseph, Co., and then he went to work for JEA, where he remained employed as a heavy equipment operator until the end of his working career.

During that time, he was in the workforce, he was married and had two children. Outside of his work, he took pleasure in spending time with his family, as well as his friends. Attending his children’s and grandchildren’s sporting events, cheering them on and encouraging them in their endeavors, was his absolute favorite thing to do. He never missed an opportunity to do so. Football, Nascar racing, golf, and the news in particular were some of his favorite things to watch on television. He also enjoyed golf. In addition to that, he enjoyed spending time with his sons going fishing and playing golf.