The former mayor of San Marino, Paul Crowley, died Monday at the age of 84.
Crowley who was also known as 'Mr. San Marino' because of his expansive service to the city, had been in poor health for several months, according to the San Marino Tribune. Crowley passed away with his son Jon at his side, the newspaper reported.
He served three terms on the city council and was a member on several city committees, commissions and boards.
Crowley, is a South Pasadena-San Marino High School alum and longtime booster who has attended every Titans game for nearly 60 years. A beloved Titan, he has been a staple at all South Pasadena-San Marino football games since the 1950s -- and his legend is honored by the Crowely trophy, which is awarded to the winner of this rivalry matchup every year.
According to the Tribune, a memorial service will be held on Sunday, Jan 27, 2013 at 2 p.m. at Southwestern Academy, 2800 Monterey Road, San Marino.
In lieu of flowers, donations should be sent to the Claire Crowley Memorial Art Fund at San Marino High School, 750 Winston Ave., San Marino, CA 91108. (Claire Crowley, Paul's daughter, died at the age of 22).