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Pat H. Foley & Company

1200 West 34Th Street, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Charles Ray Krake

October 3, 1936July 9, 2019

Charles Ray Krake was born on October 3, 1936 and passed away on July 9, 2019.

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Patty Lewandowski

July 16, 2019

My Grandpa, Charles Krake, was a great man. He loved, he cared, and he gave with a passion to help others. Charles never met a stranger, and he loved to talk. He was an amazing artist, cook, gardener, and sports enthusiast. He taught me how to drive on the Houston freeway, catch catfish, and have a continued love as a Jesus follower. Charles will not be forgotten because of all the lives he touched. I love him and will miss my Opa very, very much. I can't wait to see him again and hear about...well anything. Ecclesiastes 3:1-2

Geraldine Krake

July 16, 2019

Charles loved to tell of his growing up years with his brothers(5) and sisters(2). He would tell about selling 7up at LSU football games along with his brothers. Charles loved to travel the world.
His self taught art work was beautiful. Of course, he loved painting the tiger. Above all Charles loved his Lord and Master Jesus Christ.

Patricia Krake

July 14, 2019

My Uncle Charles, he always had an adventure to tell, either about when he was growing up with all his brothers or from one of his many worldly adventures. He truly never met a stranger and I know he and Aunt Lena had a wonderful life traveling the world. His passion to draw, was what truly made him an artist. His chaulk creations were breathtaking. I always thought of him every time i looked at his artwork hanging in our office. Now I will treasure it. He was loved and will be missed. My joy comes only in knowing that he is in heaven with all of his brothers, sister and mom.

Pamela Bernadas

July 13, 2019

I remember being totally amazed the first time I saw one of Uncle Charles tiger paintings. Mom still has the one he made for Dad hanging in the family room. and don't forget the gulf south tomatoes.