Sally Ann Crider Cearley

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James Whitman
Jan. 29, 1936
Aug. 8, 2002
Native Texan

Mar. 23, 1956

Sally Ann Crider
July 15, 1935

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Full Name: Sally Ann Crider Cearley
Location: Section:Statesman's Meadow, Section 1 (E)
Row:K  Number:25
Reason for Eligibility: Wife of James Whitman Cearley 
Birth Date: July 15, 1938 
Died: August 26, 2010 
Burial Date: August 29, 2010 

Cearley, Sally Ann Crider (1938 ~ 2010)
The following obituary was published in the Austin American Statesman on August 28, 2010.

Sally Ann Crider Cearley was born on July 15, 1938 in Banning, California to William Fredrick Crider and Mary M. Low Crider. Sally moved around the United States as a child and never lost her love for travel. She was a faithful follower of Jesus Christ and took great pleasure in leading a Bible reading group at the Wesleyan at Scenic. Sally was retired from Christianson Heating and Air, a job that she loved and counted all as her family.

Sally is survived by her sister, Marietta Weaver and Jim, Mother-in-law, Mary Cearley, Children: Kay and Joe Payton, of Round Rock, Dorothy (Cissi) and Jerry Wright, of Comanche, John and Lou Ann Cearley, of Milano, and Mary and James Freeman, of Houston.

Grandchildren: Brad and Ranell Payton, John and Gisela Payton, James and Amy Payton, Cesar Ortiz-Payton, Whitney Payton, Melanie and Ociel Galvan, Matthew Wright, Amanda Cearley, Virginia and Devin Lester, Brian and Christin Freeman, Justin Freeman, Meghan and Richard Rodriguez, and Katelyn Freeman. 

Great Grandchildren: Zack, Kurtis, Beau King, Ethan Blackwell, Zimmer Rogers, Bauer Payton, William and Juliette Payton, Dylan and Alyssa Bradley and four soon to be born. 

Numerous nieces and nephews.

Sally is predeceased by her husband, James Whitman Cearley, parents, Bill and Mary Crider, and brother, William Douglas Crider.

Sally had a vivacious spirit and had many, many friends. She was a loving mother who desired to see her children do their best in all that they pursued. She spent her final years living at the Wesleyan at Scenic in Georgetown, Texas where she led a Bible reading group each Friday afternoon. Sally was a member of Crestview Baptist Church in Georgetown and although she was not able to attend services she listened to every service on “discs” brought to her faithfully by Richard and Kathy.

The family would like to thank all of the Nurses, CNA’s and caregivers on the A Wing for their devoted care. Your kindness in the last several weeks has been of great comfort to her family. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations made to the Wesleyan at Scenic, 2001 Scenic Drive, Georgetown, Texas 78626.

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