Bernard Franklin Crawford Sr. was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on April 13, 1957, to Susie Ann Daniels-Crawford and the Late Ike Crawford. As a young boy he was obsessed with sports but really loved basketball and football. He was educated in the Philadelphia Public school system and was the 2nd oldest of 6 siblings.
Tut,, as he was affectionately called, was given that nickname by his late grandmother. One thing about Tut is he loved to eat (Lol). He believed in family and enjoyed getting together for food, laughs, and love.
Known as a community man, he would make himself available for those who needed him. He held many trades throughout his life but found love in being a barber to many. Tut was adored and well known by countless people, and everywhere he went somebody was sure to know him. He struggled with a few things throughout his life but no matter what, he always managed to stop to care for others. He lived his life as a Muslim brother at the masjid on Jummah Fridays.
To know Tut is to love him. Huis infectious laugh, contagious sense of humor and kind heart will be missed by all those who were blessed to know him.
Bernard leaves to cherish his memories: his mother: Susie Ann Daniels Crawford, his father: Ike Crawford, who preceded in death; five siblings: Wilbert, Maine, Freida, Priscilla, and Ikeim; One God-Sister: Reba Coleman; One god Brother: Donnie and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, grandchildren, and friends.