Brice Crippen Obituary, Funeral Service – So sorry to hear about the loss of Brice Crippen, the Head Golf Coach and Government/Economics teacher at Weatherford High School in the Weatherford Independent School District (ISD). Mr. Crippen’s passing is a significant loss for the Weatherford ISD family, and his contributions to the school and his students will be greatly missed. Mr. Crippen joined the Weatherford ISD family in 2015, and during his time there, he made a positive impact on the lives of the staff, students, and their families.
Known for his kindness and positive attitude, he was admired by many. He not only excelled as a teacher in the classroom but also as the Head Golf Coach, guiding his students to success on the golf course. Under Mr. Crippen’s leadership, the WHS girls golf team achieved great accomplishments, winning the District Championship and advancing to the Regional Competition. Additionally, the boys golf team also had success, securing 2nd place at District and advancing to Regionals. These achievements are a testament to Mr. Crippen’s dedication and ability to inspire his students to excel both academically and athletically.
During his tenure, Mr. Crippen had a positive influence on numerous students and their families. His passion for teaching and coaching left a lasting impact on the Weatherford High School community. His legacy will continue to be remembered and cherished by those whose lives he touched. The loss of Mr. Crippen is undoubtedly a difficult time for the Weatherford ISD community. In addition to the school community, the local businesses are also affected by this sad news. Funky Munky Shaved Ice Weatherford, in a recent post, expressed their condolences and shared that one of their team members, Ansley, lost her father. They requested prayers for Ansley, her family, and their team during this challenging period.
It is important during times like these to come together as a community and offer support to those who are grieving. The Weatherford ISD community, as well as the local businesses, will likely rally around Ansley and her family, providing comfort, love, and assistance as needed. Grief is a deeply personal and challenging process, and it affects everyone differently. It is important for Ansley, her family, and the entire Weatherford ISD community to take the time they need to mourn and heal. It is also crucial for individuals to reach out and offer their support, whether through kind words, gestures, or simply being there to listen.