Arthur Grant Krause

July 2, 1934September 8, 2018

Arthur Grant Krause, 84, passed away on September 8, 2018. He was born July 2, 1934 in Houston Texas and graduated from Lamar High School and the University of Houston. He is survived by his sons Brian Lee Krause and Gregory Allen Krause. Brother William F “Bill” Krause and his wife Marylyn Krause and nephews Rick, Randy, and Rusty. Grant was a devoted member of St Luke’s Methodist Church. A graveside service will be held Tuesday, October 2, at 11:00 at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery located at 6900 Lawndale Street, Houston, Texas, 77023.


  • Graveside Service Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Arthur Grant Krause

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Larry Eversberg

October 2, 2018

I met Grant in 1975 at a U Of Houston football picture day and he became my best friend for 43 years.

We had season tickets to football, basketball and baseball game until his move to Ft. Worth. Cannot count the number of games we attended and had road trips out of town as well.

Grant and I shared conversations that only great friends have are priceless.
I cannot remember a single time I had a disagreement with Grant as we were on the same page with just about everything in life.
He always took the time to ask in detail about members of my family through the years.
I feel blessed to of had a friend for this period of time and feel relieved and happy he is with Carolann and the LORD.

Rest in peace Coach Krause !

Larry Eversberg/October 2, 2018

Madeline Goldsmith

September 13, 2018

Brain Krause I have worked in healthcare for 40 yrs. of my life and never have I seen a family member so dedicated. During difficult times you always looked for ways to help your father and the staff. I feel your positive attitude comforted your father and it has been a blessing knowing you. During life you meet people that you never forget because of something they said or a personality trait you admire. During our many conversations I found you to have both! Your dad is resting in peace and you should have peace in your heart!

Madeline Goldsmith