October 17, 2013

Clay Crabb - Law Enforcement - Texas

Lieutenant Clay Crabb, age 42, died on October 16, 2013, on a highway in Hays County, Texas.

Clay was a member of the Austin Police Department. He had 15 years of service with the Department and 4 years with the San Angelo Police Department.

Clay died one day before his 43rd birthday.

He was on the way to the police station before 6:00 a.m.
when his patrol car hydroplaned due to heavy rain and slid into oncoming traffic. His vehicle was struck by another vehicle, fatally injuring him.

Clay had earned 16 commendations and awards during his career, including a 
Superior Service Citation, a Safe Driving Ribbon with Silver Star, an Academic Achievement Ribbon with Diamond, and a Master Peace Officer Ribbon.

The Austin Police Department is in mourning.
Michael, Archangel, Patron
Saint of the Police, pray for Clay

Police officials stated that Clay was a man with a big heart and great sense of humor.

Clay is survived by many loving friends and relatives including his wife and three children.

Thank you for serving, Clay.

Pray for all who die by misadventure. They are with us one moment and gone the next. Amen.

Pray that Clay is in heaven. Pray that he is at peace and is with God. Amen.

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