John F Cromer
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John F Cromer
John was born August 24th, 1960 in Wichita, Kansas to Frank and Karen Cromer. The family along with his brother and sister later moved to Houston, Texas where he graduated from Sharpstown High School class of 1978. Soon after, he moved to Huntsville, Texas to attend Sam Houston State University to pursue a degree in Criminal Justice. He set up permanent residence in Huntsville where he raised his family and worked for the TDCJ's Estelle Unit.
John was passionate about making a change. He was a Super Moderator for the ctx700forum and designed a one of a kind bracket for optimizing space for motorcycle travel. John was a fixture at City Council meetings after advocating for fire hydrants in the community that he lived in and in November 2011, John ran for the Ward 3 Huntsville City Council. His proudest role though was that of Papa to his five grandchildren.
John was preceded in death by his father, Frank Cromer. He is survived his mother, Karen Cromer, three children, Christi Reece and husband Neil, Danielle Vincent and husband Larry, Alisha Cromer and partner, Matthew Willoughby, five grandchildren, LJ Vincent, Eastyn Willoughby, Zane Willoughby, Layna Vincent, Grayson Reece, his brother, Chris Cromer and wife Debbie, his sister, CloAnn Adamcik and husband Andrew, and several nephews and niece.
Private services are being finalized through McNutt Funeral Home in Conroe, TX.
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