In Memory

LeBron Crayton - Class Of 1971

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03/19/09 01:33 PM #1    

Michael McKelvy (1968)

LeBron was a unique individual, he faced the diversity of his illness and kept looking forward with his infectous smile and laugh. You could not help but laugh when you were around him. God Bless

03/22/09 12:56 PM #2    

Tony Dankowski (1973)

LeBron was nice to everyone. He knew your name and always had a smile on his face. I was in class when the news broke he passed. Everyone knew what hard times he was going through but he never complained...not once.

03/24/09 12:20 PM #3    

Anne Hartley (Davis) (1973)

lebron was a great friend - i still remember going to visit him after his first hospital stay. he was as upbeat and funny as ever. i have visions of he and spook mckelvy walking around looking for some kind of something to get into! what a great guy...

03/26/09 05:25 PM #4    

Scott MacLennan (1969)

I'll never forget the time me and another fool got drunk and took off for Bike Week in Daytona in the early 70's. LeBron wanted to go with us so we loaded him up one leg and all, crutches tied to the back of the sissy bar. He got on the back of a hardtailed Harley and rode all the way there with us and back. We stayed there several days sleeping on the beach and partying. Had an unforgetable time. He was one of our brothers there. LeBron never complained of anything in life. I can't go to Daytona without thinking of him.

03/30/09 04:16 PM #5    

Paula Clem (Oley) (1972)

I miss you, Brush.

04/09/09 04:44 PM #6    

Dewey Roberson (1972)

I had the privilege of growing up with LeBron there in North Chatt. and also playing basketball with him at Northside and City The two things I remember most about LeBron was in junior high he barely made the basketball team and never got to play very much. He work as hard as anyone I ever saw to become a great player at City and became captain of the team and made 1st team All-City. Also he was a positive force at the school when racial tention was high. A true gentleman and was an outstanding leader at City......

04/19/09 04:37 PM #7    

Steve (Spook) McKelvy (1971)

LeBron was a special friend who's life was cut way to short, he always managed to keep me in the dog house with coach Phifer not that I needed much help, he would have looked foward so much to an event like this reunion just to show off his dancing abilitys,still to this day when I'm having a bad day I can think of him and and I cant help but laugh your missed Pie Face

04/21/09 11:26 PM #8    

Priscilla Mitts (Dietterich) (1971)

Gone to soon my friend and you will for ever be miss. You were much loved and such a great and friendly guy. Was always nice to everyone and forever had a sweet smile for everyone.

05/06/09 08:55 AM #9    

Marty Von Schaaf (1970)

Other than his great basketball talent at City, when I think of Lebron Crayton I think of a great big smile. What an infectious personality.

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