Donald Keith (Crash) Storey

Donald Keith (Crash) Storey, 53, of Bacliff, formerly of Channelview, TX, and abroad, passed away August 21, 2017, in Texas City, TX.  Keith was born February 28, 1964, to Glenn Ray Storey and Sandra Lee Teague Storey in Frankfurt, Germany.  Following his graduation from Channelview High School, he proudly served his country in the U. S. Air Force where he was Loadmaster on C141B Aircraft. Keith was an artist, craftsman, and humanitarian, volunteering his time and expertise to Habitats for Humanity.

Keith was preceded in death by his beloved wife Karen Storey.  Keith is survived by his parents; sisters Debra Ann Hernandez and husband Dean of Galveston, and Katherine Ann Storey – Parasich and husband John of Oklahoma City, OK; uncle Neal Wayne Storey; nephews Glenn Kelly and Eric Kelly; niece Kourtney Storey; great-nephew Keller J. Storey; best friend and brother Chuck Rice; Kyle Graves, whom he loved as a son, and so many amazing friends and family.

The family will be receiving friends and family to celebrate his life from 2:00 – 5:00 pm, Thursday, August 31, 2017, in the Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas.


  1. Bubba, we are so sorry. We cannot begin to comprehend the amount of loss that you are experiencing. Please accept our condolences. We are not local but will connect with you this winter. David and Debbie Dickens

    David and Debbie Dickens
  2. Much love to the Storey family. Especially my adopted Momma Sandy. We love y’all and will pray for peace during this time.

    Becky, Chris, and Billy Parker

    Becky Parker
  3. I worked with Keith at Lowes. He trained me on my and was so helpful to me in performing my duties. But I also considered him a very good friend. He will really be missed.

    Roger Rogers
  4. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers to Keith’s family. I’ve worked with Keith since Lowes opened several years ago. He was always a joy….loved his wit and dry humor. We had many a conversation about the antics of customers and some of the crazy things we’d have to deal with. He always brought a smile to my day. Keith, I will miss you!

    Alice Bass
  5. My thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Keith ‘s family . I worked with Mr. Keith for many years at Lowe’s. Mr. Keith was always that person I could talk to and ask for advice about things. Mr. Keith was always that person you want to be around. He was the light of the room. I will truly miss you Mr. Keith : (

    Ruthann Sendejas

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