Oscar Cripps Death / Obituary | Oscar Cripps Cause Of Death – Houston Man Dies
Oscar Cripps Death / Obituary – A legendary coach, Oscar Cripps was pronounced dead on September 12, 2020, leaving loved ones in great sadness.
Oscar Stafford Cripps of Houston, Texas, died at the age of 78 with family, friends and loved ones left in total devastation. Our prayers, thoughts condolences are with the loved ones of the deceased for the great loss. We are yet to observed the deceased obituary, all further details concerning this news will be updated upon confirmation.
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Many of our coaches will never forget when MHS Head Coach Gary Koch spoke at a coaching inservice we had a few years ago about transformational coaching & spoke of Oscar Cripps’ influence on his life, w/ Oscar in attendance. Powerful! His reach is long in sons, Keith & Craig. pic.twitter.com/KPfpWoFHZ0
— Spring Branch ISD Athletics (@sbisdathletics) September 14, 2020
RIP Stratford Legend Oscar Cripps. True meaning of COACH! Thoughts and prayers to the Cripps family!! pic.twitter.com/vdmBZpRk73
— Memorial Baseball (@MustangHardball) September 12, 2020
TX high school coaching legend Oscar Cripps passed away this AM. OC led us to an undefeated football season & state Championship in 1978, in Stratford’s 4th year of existence. That just wasn’t done back then. Great coach, man, husband & father. RIP OC pic.twitter.com/uJBsIynaAK
— Bart Enis (@BartEnisTV) September 12, 2020
We lost another great one!! Coach Oscar Cripps was a legend in Texas HS Football!! One of his quotes was life is a journey, Coach’s journey will never end, with all the athletes, coaches,students, teachers, and others lives he touched. pic.twitter.com/uACCx9N7Wy
— Paul Teeters (@PaulTeeters2) September 12, 2020
I am sad to report the passing of Coach Oscar Cripps, a uniquely impactful, godly and loving man who just happened to be a great Texas high school football coach. We love you Coach! ♥️ pic.twitter.com/LBvVLfQ3aH
— Bob King (@bobking84) September 12, 2020
The @THSCAcoaches @WeAreAFCA @ghfcahouston Coaching Profession lost one of its brightest beacons today! Former Galveston Ball, SFA Lumberjack Oscar Cripps left an epic mark on our profession. A giant that walked among the very best in Texas. #RestInPeace pic.twitter.com/hOZAB6Mkgw
— Tim Teykl (@CoachTeykl) September 12, 2020
We are sad to hear about the passing of Coach Oscar Cripps. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Cripps family and the countless lives he touched. Coach Cripps is a true legend and we are honored to be a part of the program he built. pic.twitter.com/ltVXoBAMgP
— Stratford High School Athletics (@77079Athletics) September 12, 2020
We are sad to hear about the passing of Coach Oscar Cripps. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Cripps family and the countless lives he touched. Coach Cripps is a true legend and we are honored to be a part of the program he built. pic.twitter.com/0NnmbxpIzH
— Stratford Spartan Football (@StratfordFB1) September 12, 2020
We loved seeing Oscar Cripps at games and practices to support SBISD and his sons. What an amazing man with an amazing story. The coaching world lost a great man today. Thank you for your many contributions, you will be deeply missed. #allmeansall pic.twitter.com/jlmah1UZj9
— Spring Woods High (@SpringWoodsHigh) September 12, 2020
Two public school state championship FB coaches passed away on successive days as Scott (below) preceded Spring Branch Stratford coaching legend Oscar Cripps who passed away this morning. Cripps led the Spartans to the 1978 state title in the school’s fourth year of existence.
— LSCSN.com (@LSCSN) September 13, 2020
Today we lost a great one. Oscar Cripps..former long-time head coach at Stratford HS. I played against his teams in high school and we coached together at Houston Christian. He was one of the best mentors ever. RIP Oscar! pic.twitter.com/wDZrnys6PQ
— Randy Hollas (@randyhollas) September 13, 2020
Our HS football coach Oscar Cripps passed away yesterday. As a freshman athletic trainer I wanted him to remember who I was so I told him “it’s Erica, like America coach!” For the rest of HS he’d always call out Erica America each time he saw me! RIP Coach Cripps. @77079Athletics
— Erica Gibson (@EricaGibsonPhD) September 13, 2020
RIP Coach Oscar Cripps! ❤️❤️
— Spring Woods Lady Tigers Soccer (@SWHSsoccergirls) September 13, 2020
Today we remember the amazing impact that Gridiron Legend Oscar Cripps had on the game of football, especially in our great state of Texas.
Thank you, Coach. You will be missed.❤️ pic.twitter.com/iE7RpnM340
— Texas Bowl (@TexasBowl) September 14, 2020
Today we remember the amazing impact that former SFA Lumberjack and 2016 @TexasBowl Gridiron Legend Oscar Cripps had on the game of football, especially in our great state of Texas.
Thank you, Coach. You will be missed.❤️ pic.twitter.com/Mr1PO8MpZ7
— 95th Battle of the Piney Woods (@BOTPW) September 14, 2020
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