Ranger Exes Memorial - RHS Class of 1932

Price Crawley STERLING PRICE CRAWLEY, 81, of Ranger, TX died Dec. 24, 1996, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery at Ranger. Mr. Crawley was born in Anson, TX, on Nov. 10, 1915. He was the son of Alvin Edward & Ethel Neill Crawley of Ranger. He graduated from Ranger High School in 1932 and then attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock. In 1939, he married Gladys Hildegard Larson (RHS-1938) of Ranger. He was a World War II Army Veteran before returning to Ranger to own and operate a Pontiac dealership for 14 years. In the early 50s, Price was the Mayor of Ranger as well as an active Jaycee. He helped organize the Ranger chapter and served as a state director. In the early 50s, he was appointed by Governor Allen Shivers and served on the Board of Regents of Texas Southern University. In 1954, he moved his family to Midland, TX, where he owned and operated a drug store for over 30 years. He was a member of the Masonic lodge #738 and the First United Methodist Church. Survivors at the time of his death include his wife, of Ranger, two children, Sterling Crawley1 of Austin and his wife Susan, Sharon Garner and her husband Lynn of Houston; two grandsons, P.A. Overstreet of Houston & Neal Overstreet of Huntsville; two sisters, Anita Crawley Perry (RHS-1934) of Lake Jackson and Jeane Crawley Milliken (RHS-1945) of Weatherford. He was preceded in death by his brother, Deane Crawley (RHS-1937). SON: STERLING "SKIP" PRICE CRAWLEY, III, died on March 17, 1998 at Austin, TX, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery in Ranger, TX. He was born on July 30, 1946 in Ranger, but moved with his family to Midland, TX, in 1954 and received most of his schooling there. He was a member of the North Austin Christian Church. He worked in radio for many years. He was preceded in death by his father, Sterling Price Crawley (RHS-1932). Survivors include his wife, Susan Lynn Crawley of Austin; his mother, Gladys Crawley (RHS-1938) of Ranger; a sister, Sharon Gardner and husband Lynn of Houston; and nephews, Neal & Aleric Overstreet of Houston.