Bailey Jordan Cripps

November 16, 1998October 30, 2018
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Bailey Jordan Cripps of League City, passed away on Tuesday October 30, 2018 at the age of age 19. Bailey was born November 16, 1998 in Houston, Texas.

Bailey was a 2017 graduate of Clear Springs High School. Known for his goofy and sarcastic sense of humor Bailey loved to tell jokes and took pride in being a master of puns. He spent much of his free time playing video games with friends and reading. He also enjoyed watching anime, taking cruises with his family, and cooking.

Bailey was a gentle and caring soul and was loved dearly by many.

He was preceded in death by grandmother Pricilla Boykin Brockett and grandfather Will Victor Cripps.

He is survived by parents, Michelle Brockett Cripps and Will Cripps; brother, Zach Cripps; sister, Sydney Cripps; grandfather, Larry Brockett; grandmothers, Joy Brockett and Emily Cripps; great-grandmother, Adelle Allen; aunt and uncle, Chris and Vickie Jenkins, Tammy Brockett, Larry Kevin Brockett, cousins, J.C., Justin and Jason Jenkins, Taegan Leija, Danika Henderson, Bentley Rossi, and Drake Isaacks.

Visitation will be held Monday, November 5 from 12:00-12:30PM in the Chapel of Forest Park East Funeral Home located at 21620 Gulf Freeway Webster, Texas 77598. A Celebration of Life will begin at 12:30. Immediately following Bailey will be laid to rest at Forest Park East Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations to the link below in Bailey’s memory.


  • Zach Cripps, Pallbearer
  • Jason Jenkins, Pallbearer
  • Keith Lotf, Pallbearer
  • Austin Newman, Pallbearer
  • Jerry Resco, Pallbearer
  • Scotty Smith Jr, Pallbearer


  • Visitation Monday, November 5, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Monday, November 5, 2018

Bailey Jordan Cripps

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Aliera Soulsby-Monroy

November 16, 2018

Happy Birthday, Bailey. There hasn't been a day that passed that I haven't thought about you. Gone, but never forgotten. <3

Nina Osborne

November 9, 2018

The staff at Forest Park East sends our deepest condolences for your family's loss.

Marsha Malish

November 6, 2018

Baily was ALWAYS so sweet to my daughter Mallory. Although he was older than her... he just went with the flow. He was easy going and carefree-he would play whatever Mallory sugested-even if it was dress up.
Sweet Baily Boy♡♡♡♡you are missed.

Jenny Hilliard

November 5, 2018

Bailey was such a sweet, polite young man. I’ll always remember how kindly and patiently he listened to Ayden go on and on about video games at this lunch. Bailey took a genuine interest in what Ayden was talking about and they talked back and forth. I believe Ayden liked talking to Bailey so much because Bailey made him feel valued and important. That’s the kind of guy he was. Our heart breaks, and we can not believe that he is gone.

Jazmine Wong

November 5, 2018

Bailey was such a sweet guy. When I’m sad, he always tries to cheer me up. I always call him Baluu instead of bailey:)
I remember that he always plays the game smash brothers, and he was good at it too~
You will always be in my heart Baluu.

Ashley Mcveigh

November 4, 2018

I don’t have just one favorite memory of bailey, But when we worked together at Chuck E. Cheese we always did creepy snap videos and pictures of eachother and send them back and forth . I was really sad he was leaving so I made him cup cakes and took a picture of him on his last day❤️. We Would have really bad picture wars. It was so funny , and it was a game who could get the last laugh. After he was gone from chuck e we hang out a couple times and I would run into him in random stores and I would send him pictures of me in the same place or behind him . And he would get me next and it was always a good time seeing him. It would be so random when we’d catch eachother but it was nice . Seeing him smile because I would act like I hadn’t seen him in a thousand years was heart warming . He’s definitely going to be missed and I’m sorry that I hadn’t gotten to known him way more than I did. Gone but never forgotten bailey❤️

lillian sanders

November 4, 2018

My favorite memory of Bailey was getting to hold him for a long time when he was 3 weeks old. I am so sorry for such a great loss& I am wishing you Peace and Comfort at this most difficult time .
I Love you all very much-Aunt Lillian

Cameron Adams

November 2, 2018

One of the memories I have from school is I would always ask bailey for markers because I would always forget mine. He was so kind to me and always said yes when I asked to use them. Your son was a very sweet and funny kid. I’m so very sorry for your loss.

Laurette Gracia

November 2, 2018

Denise Gomez

November 2, 2018



      Bailey Jordan Cripps was a modest man, quiet and observant in his ways. He was trustworthy and traditional in his approach to his life and in his relationships. He was tough-minded with the kind of “stick to it” attitude that earned the respect of all who knew him. He was also a man who was meticulous, carefully disciplined, and orderly in virtually everything he undertook. Realistic about life, he was always at the ready, prepared to take on responsibility.

      Bailey was born on November 16, 1998 at Southeast Memorial in Houston, Texas. His parents were Will "Eddie" and Michelle Cripps. Bailey was raised in League City, Texas. He was brought up to be self-confident and dependable. These were traits that would serve him well throughout his life.

      Growing up in the Cripps household was a bit different than most homes. There were good times to be had, but just as often there was a fair share of challenges as well. However, Bailey was able to work through the usual family problems when they appeared, and he was the one person in the family who seemed able to keep the stress at bay. Bailey was raised with two siblings. Older Brother Zach and younger sister Sydney. Bailey was constantly involved in activities with his brothers and sisters. Bailey and his siblings may have had the typical rivalries while growing up but Bailey was always consistently loyal to his family.

      As a young child, Bailey was never someone who needed to be the center of attention. He wasn’t pushy and never forced his way into games or other activities. Bailey developed a variety of interests, though, and the things he enjoyed doing he did well. He was always curious about the world around him and was often eager to explore it. Bailey took part in youth baseball, basketball and soccer. In his spare time he liked video games, movies and cooking. However, what Bailey enjoyed most was simply playing and spending time with his many friends.

      While his teachers and even his friends generally thought of Bailey as being a serious person, he managed to have a pretty good time in high school as he made that critical transition from adolescence to adulthood. He graduated from Clear Springs High School in 2017. He enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers. His favorite class in high school was English. The teacher he enjoyed learning from the most was Coach Moore. Bailey was a very logical person who enjoyed learning about factual information. Using his exceptional memory, he was able to learn much through observation. Bailey always seemed to have a command of the facts and was able to make it seem as though he could easily master any problem that might be presented to him.

      Always considered to be a solid friend, Bailey was fortunate to have numerous acquaintances and several very close friends during his life. Since he disliked making generalizations about people and preferred to draw his own conclusions based on direct observation, Bailey was able to see beneath the surface of relationships and became a true friend to those who knew him. He was committed to his friends and valued the trust he placed in them. It was not uncommon for Bailey to go beyond the call of duty for others, and friends frequently sought him out for advice because he had a knack for coming up with practical solutions to any type of dilemma. While growing up, some of his best friends were Jerry. Later in life, he became friends with Jerry Resco.

     Bailey liked to experience things first-hand as well as learn about them. This trait carried over into his hobbies, where he was very methodical in how he organized his activities and categorized things. Since he enjoyed his private time, Bailey always tried to allocate a specific time for working on his hobbies. His favorite pursuits were Anime, Movies, Video Games and Cooking. Bailey was content to enjoy his hobbies alone but was also willing to share his interests with others.

      Bailey enjoyed traveling and taking vacations. Since he was an early starter and had a knack for planning everything, traveling with Bailey appeared effortless. He enjoyed researching all of his examined options and applying cost-effective planning techniques. Plus, no matter where he traveled, Bailey always had a back up plan at the ready, just in case. Favorite vacations included cruising with his family.

      Bailey was a lover of animals and cherished his pets. One of Bailey’s favorites was Adele, a Boxer. They were best friends for 2 years. His family was rounded out by his two other dogs, Zeus and Coco.

      Bailey Jordan Cripps passed away on October 30, 2018 at At home in League City, Texas. Took his own life. He is survived by his brother Zach and sister Sydney. Forrest Park East Funeral Home. Bailey was laid to rest in Forrest Park East Cemetery.

      Commitment is a key word that can be used to describe the life of Bailey Jordan Cripps. He was committed to living the life of a good man who was both practical and trustworthy. He was committed to the traditional values that he upheld his entire life. He committed himself to being a hard worker who expected the same effort in return from those around him. Most of all, he was committed to those he knew and loved.