In Memory

Reggie Crick

Reggie Crick


Reggie Del Crick

Sherman- Reggie Del Crick passed away Friday, May 15 in Sherman at the age of 69. He will be honored this weekend at a Family Gathering in Georgetown, Texas. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Waldo Funeral Home.

Reggie was born October 21. 1950 in Ft. Worth to the late Melville Boone Crick and Una Maurine (Powell) Crick. He worked as a route manager for Aramark Uniforms for over 22 years. Reggie loved all sports, especially golfing with his friends every Sunday at Grayson golf course.

Reggie will be remembered as a loving father, who was especially proud of his kids. He is survived by his son, Kyle Crick of Sherman; daughter, Leslie Crick Bourquin and husband Eric of Georgetown; four grandchildren, Cannon, Grayson, Lila, and Elias Bourquin; brother, Terry Crick of Ft. Worth; and sister, Diane Atwood and husband David of Burleson. He was preceded in death by his parents, and one son, Kevin Crick.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Kevin Crick Memorial Fund at the Boys and Girls Club of Sherman, PO Box 452, Sherman, TX 75091. The register book can be signed at

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05/25/20 11:28 PM #1    

Susan Hunnicutt (Smith)

This is heartbreaking. Rest In Peace, Reggie. That smile💜

05/26/20 01:43 PM #2    

Randy McFarland

I liked Reggie very much. He was such a fun guy to be around. I know that many of you have more memories of him than I do and I'm glad that you have those to smile about when you remember him.

05/26/20 04:41 PM #3    

Roger Pitts

 Van, read  your comment about Reggie. I remember you and Reggie coming by the  Posse East and we enjoyed a cold one .  Reggie  played on our Posse softball team and we had a blast. The city of Austin set up a special league for  us that consisted of bars only. One team, Soap Creek was managed by Sir Doug  Sahm. Good Times.....

During this time Reggie needed some help with his home on Arroyo  Seca. Myself and my brother and a few guys on the team got together and put a new roof on his house. Once again Good Times,,,,

I will always remember his smile and the times we spent together in Austin.

My thoughts are with his family and I hope they know that Reggie touched a lot of us and that is something for them to be proud of.



05/27/20 05:18 PM #4    

Lloyd Draper

My Dear Old Friend, you will be missed by so many. Van your comments were so poignant when it came to remembering Reggie.  We go back to University Little League Baseball at Mason Field. Then our friendship moved to Wedgewood JR High where we joined up with Brice Lionel, Doug, Keith. All the great memories seem like yesterday. We had our sites set on PHS and those times weren't a disappointment either . Your contagious smile and friendship was will be remembered by so many. Some of the crazy crap we did and got away with  ?I really enjoyed our visit at the Reunion , just wish it wouldn't have to be our last.  U find yourself reflecting back in your life and hope you can count on one hand your true fiends and you will always be one of those. Good bye  but remember"Fairways and Greens " at the Pearly Gate CC.

05/28/20 02:57 PM #5    

Suzie Allen (Graf)

Van I loved your poignant rememberance of Reggie.  Those were special days in Austin and his smile and laughter kept everyone going. Condolences to the family 

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