Roy Clifton Demler

Roy Clifton DemlerRoy Clifton Demler from Port Arthur passed away on Thursday, April 10, 2014 in Webster, Texas at the age of 65. He was born on July 15, 1948 in Port Arthur, Texas to Edward and Eleese Hilton Demler. He enjoyed health, fitness, & working with his hands. He was always the healthiest person anyone knew. Even on some of his not so good days, you could find him mowing the lawn or up on a ladder painting his house. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, and the great outdoors. He dreamed about moving to the beach and sailing the day away. He adored both of his grandsons. He enjoyed watching them play sports, hunting for the best milk shakes around, and just spending time with them. Roy is survived by his daughter Angela Demler, son Stephen Demler, wife Teresa Campbell Demler, sisters Pat Hadden and Sandra Reeves, brothers Eddie Demler and Rocky Demler, grandchildren Blake Demler and Brandon Demler and many other loving family and friends. The family will receive friends on Wednesday at 10am with a Celebration of Life Ceremony at 11:00am at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main Street, League City, Texas 77573.


  1. Angela Johnson and the employees of the Angela Johnson Insurance Agency in Friendswood, Texas would like to extend our deepest condolences to Steve, Jessica and extended Demler Family for their loss. We are so mindful of what pain family and friends suffer in times like these, but want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Angela Johnson
  2. Angie and the rest of the Demler family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. You have so many wonderful memories and I hope they help you in your grief. They will make you smile and ease the pain just a little. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you, Angie. You were there with us six months ago.

    Jan Bayless
  3. We extend our deepest sympathies to Roy’s family. From Roy’s old Port Arthur buds (Jackie Pinner and Bill Pietz) his old Texaco Research co workers, and TJ friends.

    Bill Pietz
  4. We knew Roy and Teresa for many years in Grapevine. We are so sorry for your loss. Roy was such a fine and good man, unfailingly smiling. David and Leslie Johnson

    Leslie Johnson
  5. My fondest memories of our high school years seemed to include Roy in so many. It didn’t matter if we where just making the drag on Gulfway Dr. with some of our buddies like Beezer, Arthur, Allen, Jim or Johnny or we were double dating with our girlfriends, we always had lots of laughs and good times. Our deepest sympathy are with you all but remember God’s Blessings and our prayers are with you always.

    Gerald & Tiney Robinson
  6. I worked a number of years with Roy while he was working at Texaco Research in Port Arthur. He was a good friend to all of us and you couldn’t help but smile when you were around him. We all have great memories of the times we spent together. Our prayers and thoughts are with his family.

    Ronnie Boneau
  7. To Roy’s Family…

    This description of Roy sounds like he was a wonderful man and, as a relative as near as a First Cousin, I am so sorry that I did not have the pleasure to have known him.

    With all good wishes,

    Robert Carl Demler, Jr.
    Sonoma, CA

    Robert C. Demler, Jr.

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