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Crystal D'Arezzo

03/31/1970 - 05/06/2022


Obituary For Crystal D'Arezzo

On Friday, May 6, 2022, Crystal D’Arezzo, of West Kingston (formerly of Warren, RI) passed away unexpectedly at home. She was the loving wife of Michael D’Arezzo. Crystal was born in Providence, a daughter of C. Thomas and Karen (Jaworek) Fisher, both of Warren, RI. She was employed as Office Manager at Doorley Insurance Agency in East Greenwich, RI. Born with a passion for all animals and particularly Arabian horses, after graduating from Warren High School, Crystal earned an Associates Degree in Equine Business Management at Johnson and Wales University. She is a member of International Arabian Horse Association, International Liberty Horse Association, West Greenwich Horseman’s Association, the “Gallop Girls” and “Team Ryding.” Crystal began riding at age three and as a teen acquired her first Arabian gelding, Tanbrook Tobias. She leaves behind her magnificent Arabian gelding, Shaklano, their Pyrador, Aspen and cat, Carly Anne. In 1998, Crystal met Michael D’Arezzo and her life became complete. They married in the beautiful land of fire and ice, Thingvellir, Iceland in 2000. Early on, Crystal became known for her kind and gentle spirit, natural beauty and long, curly, golden locks. More importantly, she was selfless and loved and cared for everyone including all creatures great and small. She always gave more than necessary and could leave no task unfinished. She always gave her all and more for the comfort and joy of everyone and all animals and never complained. In addition to her parents, Crystal is survived by her husband of 22 years. Also, half-brother Luke Fisher and half-sister Ariel Fisher, both of Warren. She is also survived by Michael D’Arezzo’s son Tyler Evans (Grandma of his daughter Arna), daughter, Shevon King and husband Tim, and was Grandma to their children Rylan, Campbell and Ayla. A Celebration of Crystal’s Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Crystal’s memory to an animal rescue or shelter of your choice. Arrangements are entrusted to Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Road, Warren RI, 02885. Information/On-Line condolences please visit-

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  • 05/23/2022

    It was an honor knowing Crystal. We taught together years ago and shared a love of animals. We cared for Babs the bunny together in our toddler classroom and she entrusted me to care for him when she was promoted to director. Having her trust you with her animal was an honor, as no one cared like she did. She had a way with every living thing. Her peaceful smile now lights the moon. She made an impression on my heart which I will never forget. Wendy Renaud Berard 💗

  • 05/21/2022

    Karen , Tom and family Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Crystal. I remember as the blond very curly hair with a great disposition whenever you brought her to Dan's Wigwam. Alice Landry Tupaj

  • 05/17/2022

    Michael, Karen, Tom and Family, I just want you to know how deeply saddened I am to hear of Crystal's passing. She was truly a kind and caring person and I feel fortunate to have known her and privileged to be able to call her my friend. Although we weren't able to get together very often, I always enjoyed catching up on the phone and I will cherish our memories from HS, our weddings, and beyond. Sending you all hugs and praying for your strength and comfort during this difficult time. With love and sympathy, Sherry Kourtesis

  • 05/16/2022

    Mike and family, we were shocked and heartbroken over the news of Crystal's passing. We're thinking of you and hope you reach out to us at any time for comfort and support. Love, Steve and Andrea Ritch

  • 05/16/2022

    Karen, Tom, and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your precious daughter Crystal. After reading her obituary, I understand what a truly caring person she was. She left you with so many cherished memories. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Terry Gagnon Murphy

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