Tamatha Lynn Langston Crim

Published 4:59pm Monday, April 7, 2014

Tamatha “Tab” Lynn Langston Crim, 44, of Jemison, passed away on April 3.

Crim was born in Clanton on Oct. 15, 1969.

She is the youngest of two daughters born to Gloria June and Gerald Rudolph Langston.

Crim loved being in nature, watching movies, listening to music and taking care of stray and abandoned animals that needed a home.

Crim was preceded in death by her husband, James Crim. Sr.; mother, Gloria Langston; brothers, Brian Langston and Randy Langston and step-father-in-law, Ray Horton.

She is survived by her only son James Crim Jr. (spouse Crystal Crim); sisters, Cynthia Higgins (spouse Larry Higgins) and Lori Langston; nieces, Salesha Jones and Sunni Harbin; nephews, Jacob Jones, Jason Rich, Bobby Matthew Lucas and Nicholas Holland; six great-nephews and one-great niece and mother-in-law, Dianne Horton.

Crim was laid to rest on April 6 at Salem Cemetery, next to her husband, James Crim Sr.

Visitation services took place April 5 at Rockco Funeral Home in Montevallo.

Family viewing started at 5 p.m. and friends viewing followed from 6-8 p.m.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. April 6 at Rockco Funeral Home in Montevallo with the Rev. Stan Dawson to officiating.

Burial followed at Salem Cemetery in Calera.

You may share a remembrance online at www.RockcoFuneralHomes.com.

Rocko Funeral Home of Montevallo directing.

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