Peter Claude Sloan

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Peter Claude Sloan was born November 5, 1938 in Brady, Texas to his parents Ruby Wood and Jack Henry Sloan. He lived with his parents on the Jack Sloan ranch in the house that was built in his birth year.
He attended school in Richland Springs, graduating in 1957. He was a star athlete in football, basketball and track and field, and retained many of his sports buddies as life-long friends.
After high school, he attended JTexas Tech University. He subsequently returned to his family ranch where he lived and worked for the remainder of his life, with the exception as a field analyst with the Texas Water Board, and a boat crew manager for the clean up for the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
After his time in Alaska, Pete returned to the family ranch where he filled his days with ranching and establishing a ranch real estate business.
He is survived by his wife and partner of 24 years, Lana Briggs Sloan, and his three children, Lisa Sloan Foil and her husband David, Cindy Sloan, and Marcus Sloan and his partner Shannon Hall.
Survivors also include: his sister, Josephine Sloan and friend, Russell Walker; his brother, Sam Sloan and Ginger; three grandchildren, Benjamin Rollins, Elizabeth McBee and her husband Cade, and Andrew Rollins and his wife Kelsey; and two great-grandchildren, Ruby and Emma McBee.
Pete is also survived by Lana’s three sons: Jason Ketchum and Vicki, Randy Ketchum, and Tim Ketchum and Tara, and grandchildren Abigail, Caleb, Stoney, Tripp, Roddy, and Emmaline.
He was a lifelong member of New Hope Presbyterian Church and was an ordained elder. He served as president of the Sloan Cemetery Association for several years.
Pete was met with great adversity in 2007 with his illness, but continued on with an optimistic and positive attitude and never gave up.
He was a humble, kind and gentle man. He was gracious and loving to all with a ready smile and helping hand.
Services will be at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, September 15, 2018 at New Hope Presbyterian Church ECO Sloan Community. Passed away: September 7, 2018.

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