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Kasey Ann Crandall

OCEAN PINES–Kasey Ann Crandall, 54, passed away suddenly in her home on Dec. 6, 2013. Kasey was born in California and came to the East Coast with her family. She attended Southern High School in Anne Arundel County and Towson University.
As part of the restaurant and hospitality industries, she worked on both the East and West coasts. She spent a decade in San Diego, Ca. and another decade in the Ocean Pines area making people smile and laugh. Most recently she was the beloved bartender at Denovo’s Trattoria.  
Kasey’s spirit and laughter was contagious to all she met. She loved the outdoors, boating, fishing, and to be surrounded by lots of people and, of course, loud rock and roll.
Kasey is survived by her mother, Mary Jean Crandall, of Ocean Pines. She was preceded in death by her father, Ray Erwin Crandall, of San Diego. She is also survived by two sisters, Kim Callison of Severna Park and Kelly C. Malone of Ocean Pines, and one brother, Scott Crandall of Edgewater, Md. She was also loved by two brother in-laws, Ron Callison of Severna Park and Richard A. Malone of Ocean Pines.
She greatly impacted the lives of her one nephew, Drew Callison of Denver and three nieces Emily Callison of San Francisco, Katy Malone of New York City and Mary Malone of Ocean Pines.
Private services will be held by the family with a public Celebration of Her Life on Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013 from 1-4 p.m. at Denovo’s in Ocean Pines.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Kasey’s memory to provide a local family with a joyous Christmas under the direction of Worcester County G.O.L.D’s Helping Hands for the Holidays program. For more information or to make a donation, visit