I was saddened to see that Keith had died earlier this week. I knew him way back when I was a sales representative in the apparel industry when it was such a viable place to make one's living.
I always found him to be a positive thinking man, a friendly person for sure. I have followed his community and state serving years with pride that I could call him friend.
He will be missed by all of North Carolina.
With deepest sympathy to Keith Crisco family and colleagues, May the Hearer of Prayer grant all of you the needed strength,courage, and the peace that excel all thoughts at time. (Philippians 4:7, Psalms 65:2, Psalms 83:18)
My deepest and sincere condolences to the family of Mr. Crisco. I have been watching the primary race and was absolutely shocked when I heard the sad news. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
We were absolutely shocked to hear of Keith's passing. He was such a fine gentleman, and certainly left a legacy of greatness. I am so happy we got to spend some quality time with he and Jane at our 50th Pfeiffer reunion. Love the idea of the "Met and Wed" club of which we are a member. We have so many good pictures from the reunion, and they have just become priceless. Asheboro grew a bit dimmer with Keith's passing, but Heaven grew a lot brighter with his star shining through the floor of Heaven. God bless you, Jane and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Much Love, Bob and Judy Ascher
As a graduate of Pfeiffer Jr. College I was pleased to serve, several decades ago, as representative of the school's junior college classes on what I remember as a Pfeiffer Alumni Board with Keith Crisco as the chairperson. How well I do remember this man's thinking, his intelligence and has leadership ability. What this capable and worthwhile individual had to offer that institution and our beloved North Carolina. May he rest in Peace and rise in Glory.
James Floyd Kemp
Mount Airy, N.C.
Jeff and family, Kent Neal and I are very sad to learn of your loss and are sending our most sincere sympathy during this very sad time to you all.
Jeff, John and the Crisco Family, our deepest sympathy goes out to you at the loss of your father. Annette Radcliffe, Warren Hackman, David Hackman and all at New Holland Apparel.
I met Mr Crisco through his visits to our manufacturing facility here in Monroe. He was incredibly dedicated to the improvement of NC manufacturing, to the development of educational systems for employee improvement, and to the growth of our state. What an incredible man, and what a loss for his family. Our thoughts and prayers for all surrounding him.
Keith was an incredible man. He understood business but never compromised. I have the utmost respect for him as a person. My thoughts and prayers are with Jane and the family.
Jane and family, I absolutely gasped when I saw the news of Keith's death on Monday. Our state and our beloved Pfeiffer have lost a true giant. His contributions are beyond measure. My deepest condolences on your loss and I pray that you'll find comfort in that he lived a life well lived.
Keith Crisco was an asset to NC, working to help his fellow North Carolinians in all that he did. He will be missed and his contributions will be celebrated
I was shocked to see this news. Keith was always a creative and determined business person. I enjoyed working with him and Asheboro Elastic. I remember when he started the company and made his call on us at Playtex in Newnan, GA. His family, His business and His North Carolina will miss him very much. Allan Hall [former VP of Purchasing/Quality for Playtex and former VP of Central Purchasing, Fruit of the Loom]