William Crouch

Houston, Texas

1947 - 2017


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William Kinnard Crouch1947-2017William "Bill" Crouch died in his home surrounded by family on December 20, 2017 in Houston, TX. He was 70.Mr. Crouch, son of Talley and Adrian Crouch, was born in San Angelo, TX on January 3, 1947. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a...

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Central High School Class of 1965, expresses our sympathy at the passing of Bill, another great classmate. Many fond memories of Bill have been posted on the class Facebook group page.

So sad to hear of Bill's passing. We were Church friends from Junior High School thru ASU. It was good to see him at our 50th Central High School Reunion. Such a good guy.

So sorry for your tremendous loss. I worked with Bill at Continental for many years. He was always a kind and compassionate leader. I know he will be missed by many. Prayers for the families continued healing.

My thoughts and prayers to Bill's family. He would always stop to talk to me about our families. He always had a smile to give. He was a true mentor to us all whom he worked with for Continental Airlines.

To the Crouch Family,

Bill was a tremendous mentor and thought partner. Thanks to his guidance and friendship, I was able to better serve the kids of A+UP. He shared his priceless wisdom and knowledge in a humble and caring way. I will deeply miss his presence in my life.

I have said a daily prayer for you all. Thank you for sharing him with us.


Sorry to read about your great loss,may GOD'S loving kindness comfort and help you
through this sad time. PSALM 29:11.


I am sorry to hear this news about Bill. I worked with him for many years at Continental/United and he was always so helpful and caring. My sincerest condolences to his family. A great loss to the Continental family too........

Please accept my heartfelt condolences to the Crouch family and friends for the passing of your dear loved one. Losing a loved one in death is never easy. One day many will have the opportunity to live again. May the hope of everlasting life sustain and comfort you during this difficult time (John 17:3). When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure in your heart and it lives forever. May the wonderful treasures fill your hearts with love and bring you peace.

May God Bless your family during this difficult time. A very soft spoken, smart and witty man who always had everyone else's best interest at heart. Hugs to the family!