Just got word of Ted's passing and am sorely saddened. I know you'll miss him and so will so many others. He left a major footprint here on earth and of that you will be proud. Good and Godly man. You are both in our prayers.
Russ and Pat Johnson
The Crane Family,
Eudene and I are saddened to hear about Ted. I was fortunate to have worked with him during our time at Canton. Our Prayers and condolences go out to all of you.
Dear Barbara and family,
We share your sorrow and our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Kay & Bill Pressley
Barbara, we have lost a very smart and intelligent person. Ted hired me into the mill at Pensacola in 1983 and we worked well together. He blessed me in many ways.
We are saddened by his passing.
Tommy and Jan Surles
Dear Barbara, So sorry to hear of Ted's passing. You two were so pleasant to be with whether on the golf course or tennis court. We always enjoyed being with you. God bless.
John and Lynn Conley
Mrs. Crane, Anne, Patrick and Will-
We are very sorry to learn of Mr. Crane's passing. He was a delightful individual whose good humor made all those around him feel at ease. It is clear that he was a man of faith who loved his family dearly. Please know that your entire family is in our thoughts and prayers.
I am very sorry for your loss!
Mrs. Crane, Ted, and Anne - reading the obituary brought back so many wonderful memories of Mr. Crane and all of you.
Dear Ted and family,
So sorry to hear of your father's passing. Please know we keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
I am so sorry for your huge loss. Ted was man of the people. Always ready to listen and share his thoughts with anyone in care. A fine leader and good judge of folks. He leaves us with many great memories. Thank you for sharing him with all of us.
God Bless You, Russ Johnson
Dear Barbara and family, Ted was the first Paper Mill Superintendent for whom I worked at the Pensacola Mill. He set such a high standard of applying oneself and being committed to the people, job and company. He is one of the top positive influences of my 40 years in the paper industry. Barbara, I have always admired your outgoing, always pleasant, southern lady style. I remember your smile and laughter. I enjoyed looking at the pictures in the album - such a beautiful family! I pray for God's peace that "passeth all understanding" for all of you.
Barbara, Linda and I want to express our sorrow for your loss. We got the email from your daughter which was well done. We miss being your neighbor but will always be friends.
I hope we can make it to the service but Linda's Dad passed away yesterday so we are in the middle of that. Let me know if I can help you in any way.
Tet was a great leader and a man of faith. I am praying for his family to receive peace.
My deepest sympathy to the family. Loosing a loved one is very difficult. May you be comforted knowing that God is always ready to comfort those broken at heart. Psalms 51:1
Mrs. Crane, Ted and Anne please accept our sympathy.
Barbara and Teddy - we were neighbors in East Pensacola Heights. My dad was Pete Shores - he was a barber on the corner by Jerry's Drive-In. My mom saw this today and wanted me to let you know that we are thinking of you. We are so sorry for your loss and hope that you will be comforted by the wonderful memories that you have of such a special man.
I am saddened today - Mr. Crane was like a second father to me when I little. I met Ted III in the second grade and spent many days and nights at their home. Great people. Mrs. Crane, Ted and Anne - Beth and I are very sorry for your loss.
Anne, Ted and Mrs. Crane,
Wishing you peace, courage and love at this difficult time.
I will always hold a special place for Daddy Crane in my heart and will cherish all the memories forever.
It saddens me to hear of Ted's passing. I have known Ted for many years and we were close friends. My very heartfelt condolences to Barbara and all of his family.
Ted was a fellow Auburn Grad that I worked with on a number of committees in the Auburn Engineering Council. He loved Auburn and was always positive and thoughtful in his contributions to our discussions My wife Sandra and I will truly miss seeing him and Barbara at future Auburn Events. He was also a great spokesman and supporter of the Pulp and Paper Industry and will be greatly missed. My condolences to Barbara nd his family.
Ted was a fine man--a real Southern Gentleman. My Dad knew Ted well--they both had similar professions at different companies and were members of First Methodist Church here in Pensacola. I enjoyed both Ted & Barbara's company and had missed seeing them after they left Pensacola. Prayers to Barbara and family. All My Love, Dunc, Jr.
So sorry to hear about your Father's passing. Praying for everyone.....
Ted was a wonderful friend to so many people, and he is sorely missed. Godspeed my friend. What a reunion must be taking place in heaven!
Peggy and I were sad to learn of Ted's passing.
Dearest Barbara and children,
Ted was a real sweetheart...He was loved by all in our Sunday School class. Barbara you were an amazing wife...such an example for all of us.
The Lord is with you. Much Love, Sarah Jane