Fair winds and tight lines my friend. The Crew of Madaket Marine wishes to extend our deepest sympathies to the Crozier family. Dan was a favorite around the yard for many, many years and he will be missed.
I am so sorry to learn of Dan's passing. May the Lord above be with you all in the days ahead and may He shine His light upon you.
Geneva College Alumni Association
Summer on Nantucket won't be the same without seeing Dan on the island. Robin and I send our sympathy.
Dear Laney, Danny and Brooks,
I am another friend of Dan's from his days at Temple University when I was first stepping out into the world of archaeology. He gave me my first job in archaeology and now, all of these years later, I am still at it. I am grateful to Dan for all of the great sites and locations I got to work on in Pennsylvania- particularly Philadelphia, Virginia, New York and Nantucket, Massachusetts.It was great fun and great experience. Every year we exchanged Christmas cards - he was so proud to share his family news, and so, this year ends on a sad note. My deepest condolences, Dan was a very nice man.
Laney and sons,I met Dan when I was an undergraduate archeology student at Temple University. I then went on to work with him on various projects: Revolutionary War in New York, Civil War in Virginia, prehistoric in Pennsylvania and colonial Philadelphia. I met your family several times throughout the course of the years. I remember that you had a large iguana in a garage. Dan was inspirational in my life and career. He always had a big smile, a funny joke and love for his family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.
Kathy Bareiss Roemer