Cravon Edwin Sears Jr. “Ed” 62 of Tucson, Arizona originally from Brooklyn, New York was called home on Thursday, September 26, 2019 after a long and very complicated battle with diabetes. His spirit is carried on by his wife Lori Sears of 30 years, daughters Samelleta Sears, Denise (Eric) Williams, 2 grandchildren Chirstopher and Sireena Williams, his aunt Laverne Seabring and 2 cousins Grace and Charlie Seabring.
Although your time on this earth was short, we have all learned some valuable life lessons from you. Among them: Always smile, laugh and play jokes on the ones you love. Wait til the middle of the night when everyone else is asleep to raid the snacks, then deny it. Always keep an abundance of everything as someone is going to need All of it. Wait until your in an aisle of a store with someone and they bend down to look at something, fart and walk away. Always crank the radio up full blast and jam out to whatever song is playing, but let that song play all the way. Buy certain things in secret that will pay off later as a wonderful surprise, even if you get yelled at for buying more stuff. Always remember Zippo lighters are the best. And no matter how many times you’ve seen that episode of Star Trek, watch it again as you’ll see something you didn’t before. Also; Whatever you want to do in life, do it now before you can’t. Enjoy the life you’ve chosen, have no regrets, put your foot on the gas pedal and floor it.
We thank you for the wonderful life experiences you’ve shared with us and we thank you for and appreciate your service to your country. This is not good-bye but I’ll see you later.