Mrs. Janice Smith Creedle

12/30/1947 - 02/10/2020


Mrs. Janice Smith Creedle, age 72, of South Hill, died Monday February 10, 2020. She was a retired employee of the South Hill DMV office. Mrs. Creedle is survived by her husband, Sherwood H. Creedle of South Hill; her son Steven H. Creedle and his wife Susan of South Hill; her daughter, Stephanie C. Hobbs of Midlothian; her sister, Ann S. Petersen of Glen Allen; her six grandchildren: Morgan E. Clary, Hart Creedle, Tyler Creedle, Bailey Hobbs, Jackson Hobbs and Cooper Hobbs; her three nieces and one nephew. A funeral service will be conducted on Thursday morning February 13th at 11:00 in First Baptist Church of South Hill with the family receiving friends at the conclusion of the service in the church social hall. A private interment will take place at Tabernacle Baptist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in Mrs. Creedle’s name may be made to the First Baptist Church at 410 North Mecklenburg Avenue, South Hill, VA 23970. Online condolences may be sent through our website, Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the Creedle family.

To publish a public condolence:

Complete the Name (your name),

Title (title your condolence message),

and Review (your condolence message).

Then click "Post Review" button to send (at bottom right).

6 reviews of this entry
0.0 rating
0.0 rating

  1. Sincere Sympathy

    We are very sorry of our cousin Janice passing. She was a bright light on this earth. I don’t think I ever heard her mad, or say an unkind word about anyone. She was an awesome person and will be greatly missed. Please know you all are in our prayers.

  2. Sincere Condolences

    Sherwood, my deepest condolences on the passing of Janice. My prayers are with you and the family. I remember her fondly stopping by the office on occasion when I worked for you back in 1976. May the memories of her give you joy and your faith give you strength.

  3. Sincere Sympathy

    Janice was a lovely person inside and out. Her last years of life were very sad in my opinion. She is now rejoicing in Heaven with loved ones gone before her and with her Lord and Savior. I am sure she is at peace now. May God go with each member of her family in the months ahead without her. Lots of love from our family to yours.



About Us

At Crowder-Hite-Crews we’ve always been proud to say that we are large enough to serve and small enough to care.  When you choose us, we consider this a sacred trust between your family and ours. We offer a full range of funeral service, whether for a traditional funeral or cremation, and we are able to assist families worldwide. In February of 2004 we installed a crematorium to better serve our cremation families.  We now do all cremations in our facility, saving transport to another location for this service.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the cremation process.

Family owned and operated since 1972.

Situated on a 3-acre pastoral setting.

1st Place in Reader’s Choice for Funeral Service (15 years running).

Staff members are active in many civic organizations in the area, including Lions, Rotary, Moose Lodge, Masons, Ruritan, and Chamber of Commerce.

Owners are former Presidents of the Virginia Funeral Directors Association and Southside Funeral Directors Association.

We always help you apply for Social Security and Veterans benefits!

We also help with completing life insurance claim forms.

Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home & Crematory

PO Box 422
1504 N. Mecklenburg Ave.
South Hill, VA 23970
Local (434) 447-7171
Fax (434) 447-3212


Translate this page