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   William Crumrine, of Kerrville, TX, passed away on August 5, 2020 at home surrounded by his loving family. He was 85 years old. Left to honor and cherish his memory are Pamela Crumrine, his wife of 48 years, a daughter, Carol Crumrine Egan and her husband Kevin of McKinney, Texas; a son, John E. Crumrine and his wife Katie of Lakeway, TX and three grandchildren, Pierce Egan, Liv Crumrine and Elin Crumrine.

   After serving in the U.S. Army, Bill completed a degree from Southern Methodist University’s Southwestern Graduate School of Banking. Thus began a 40-year career in the banking and finance industry in Texas. Bill truly enjoyed banking and will be remembered for the honesty and integrity he always displayed when dealing with his customers, fellow employees and the community.

   He was active in all the communities in which he lived, serving on the boards of the United Way, the Boy Scouts of America, Rotary International, Habitat for Humanity, the Economic Improvement Corporations of Abilene and Kerrville, and the Texas Research League. Bill was a life long Episcopalian and a member of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Kerrville, Texas.

In retirement, he enjoyed traveling the world with family and friends, serving on the Pierce-Arrow Society Board and restoring, driving and touring the United States in his old automobiles…a hobby which began in his teenage years.

   In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Kerrville, Texas, Peterson Hospice in Kerrville or the Pierce-Arrow Museum.

The Society extends its sincerest condolences on behalf of its members to the Crumrine family.

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RIP, Bill, a truly wonderful, happy man who invariably brightened every room he was in.  Bill and Pam were delightful hosts at our (PAS) Kerrville meet in 2016.

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Bill was a great guy. We spoke often. I was his dial a mechanic when he was working on cars. Rest easy my friend........the hobby is smaller without you.

 

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