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February 10, 2009
Patricia Annette Olson, widow of Bob Crane, seemed like a wonderful, wholesome lady. God Bless her and her family. She brightened my life in Hogan's Heroes. Bruce Whittles, Age 76, Born September 17, 1932.
February 02, 2009
My wife of fourteen yearsdied about 3 years ago so I certainly understand loss. I really enjoyed watching her on Hogan's Heroes. She was a lovely and sweet lady. Jim Wright
October 16, 2008
Patty Crane portrayed very convincingly a lovely German maiden on Hogan's Heroes. Midway through the show's run, I was stationed in West Germany, and had the opportunity to meet and date some young women similar to"Hilda". They weren't familiar with the series, but were friendly and outgoing like she was. Only later did I fully understand why hard feelings between the elder Germans and we troops remained for decades. When I watch Hogan on TV Land, it's like reliving my years in the land of Klink and Schultz.
January 20, 2008
To the family of Pat Crane: Your mother was so genuine. I spoke with her when I cared for her mother at Knott Ave Nursing Home. Her mother kept bragging about her daughter Pat and during an update I asked if I knew her. She was modest but spoke to me for over 20 minutes aboute her favorite times and mentioned her illness. All I could do was wish her the best and continue to check on her mother and keep her informed. You may have lost the physical Pat Crane, but her spirit and memory will live on. Best Regards. Cheryl Pivar, RN
November 24, 2007
There is no such thing as "death," it's only an illusion this thick dimension creates. Sadly, the seperation it creates is real (for the time being). We'll see our loved ones again. And think of the wonders and joy she is experiencing right now! Bob's takin' her on a tour!

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