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Cara Damar Crowder
March 16, 1975 ~ October 5, 2023 (age 48) 48 Years Old
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Cara Demar “P-Nutt” Crowder was born on March 16, 1975 in Dayton, Ohio to Daphne Lou Crowder and Dennis L. Brown.
After graduating from Belmont High School, Cara began working for the city of Dayton, but later discovered he had a passion for cutting hair. Shortly afterwards, he decided to attend West Barber College, where he earned his certificate as a professional license barber.
Cara liked to fish but most of all, he loved spending time with his family. At any point you may hear him say one of these two sayings, “What’s the deal pickle?” or “Get in my Bell.”
Cara left this world on October 5, 2023 at the age of 48 . He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Willie Ruth Crowder and William Chester Harris; father Dennis L. Brown, and his first born son, Cara Crowder Jr.
He leaves to cherish his precious memory: his mother, Daphne Lou Crowder; grandparents, Gwendolyn and Clyde Hackney from Toledo, Ohio; son, Quashawn Crowder; ten siblings, Mike Lewis, Demesha Crowder, Darnell, Troynesha and Adoria Lloyd, Monique and Dominique Brown from Buffalo New York, Sharon Young and Michaela (James) Jackson; two uncles, Robin and Ricky Hackney from Toledo, Ohio; two grandchildren, Kayden and Aria Crowder; special cousins, Tonya Drane, Sharon Maston, Quinn, Stewart, Robert Maston Jr and "Toni"; close friends, Larry, Jeremy, and Steph; special friends, Shanna Davis and Dana Barnes, a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
P-Nutt was loved by many and spent his life caring for those he knew and were close to him.