Patricia Ann Crook

Patricia Ann Crook, passed away peacefully at her League City home with her beloved cat, Buddy by her side on March 27, 2017.   She was born the only child of Charlie and Hattie (Cvikl) Flanagan on February 6, 1933 in Waco, Texas.  After graduating from Waco High School she married her high school sweetheart, Billy Earl Crook.  They moved to Houston, Texas where their son, William Mark was born.  After nearly 60 years of marriage, Billy died on October 14, 2010.  Patricia was also preceded in death by her parents and two half sisters, Elsie Eads and Ruthella Davison.  She will be greatly missed by her son, Mark Crook and his partner, Ron Hickman.

Mark extends his heartfelt thanks to Lidia Martinez for her special care and love shown his mother.  He is also grateful for Felecia Gambrel and Providence Hospice.

Patricia and Billy will be laid to rest in the Waco Memorial Cemetery, Waco, Texas.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or the SPCA of Houston.



  1. Mark,
    So very sorry for the loss of your Mom. I have so many precious memories of her and your Dad. Your Mom and Dad will always have that very special place in my heart. Mark you were a wonderful son to both your parents. God bless.
    Love you,
    ReNay Daro Carr

    ReNay Daro Carr
  2. patricia was a mom

    Randy Gripon
  3. Patricia was a good mom in League city Texas

    Randy Gripon
  4. Mark,

    I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. I have not doubt that you will probably remember her and your dad every day for the remainder of your life. I know, that not a day passes, that I do not think about my parents in some way. As you grow older that bond only seems to strengthen.

    My deepest sympathies,

    Raymond Bartels

    Raymond Bartels
  5. I will truly miss Mrs. Crook, she has been a customer of mine for three years. She always had a nice word for everyone she met, I’m glad she is now with her beloved husband, Billy, and the Lord. She loved Mark so much and I wish him peace.

    Peggy Stubbs
  6. So sorry to hear this. I always liked Billy and he was nice to a lonely step Niece. Pat was sweet to me also

  7. Mark,,
    I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother. She was a lovely lady and I have lovely memories of her. Mom and Dad extend their sympathies for your loss as well. She was was good neighbor. Our deep sympathy for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers.

    Rose Pandolph Sauser

    Rose Sauser
  8. Hugs to you and Ron. I’m so sorry for your loss, but finally, there is peace. Love y’all! Sue, Tom, and Danielle Hill

    Sue, Tom, and Danielle Hill
  9. Condolences from The Norman Famiy. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Mary Norman Kelley
  10. Rest in Peace Aunt Patsy.

    Sharlynn Boyd

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