Donald W. Crawford ... was drummer in local band

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ROCHESTER - Donald W. Crawford, 47, of Rochester died Friday, April 3, 2015, after a period of failing health.

Born July 9, 1967 in Rochester N.H., he is the son of the late Henry "Hank" and Mary (Douglas) Crawford. Donald has lived in Rochester all his life. He is a graduate of Spaulding High School class of 1985. He was employed at Landry's Auto Salvage for over 25 years as a parts guy. He was a member of the American Legion Post #7 in Rochester. He loved music and was an avid drummer having been a member of the Bad Breath Microphone Band, a huge Bruins fan and loved riding his motorcycle and snowmobile. He was a lighthearted guy who was very witty and quick to make someone laugh. He loved his 3 dogs Sampson, Sadie, and Molly; and will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

Members of his family include his sisters; Jo Ann Crawford of Rochester, Amanda Crawford Maynard and her husband Matthew of East Rochester and his twin sister, Dawn Crawford Collins and her husband Michael of Farmington, the love of his life Darlene Crawford of Rochester, N.H., his Godparents, John and Margaret Leger of Rochester, a close family friend Cindy "Libby" Libby of New Durham, other aunts, uncles and cousins, he is predeceased by his nephew, Geddy W. Crawford in 2003.

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