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Althea Crane will be remembered.... - 05-11-2014, 11:33 PM

Behind every great man is a great woman. Beside Irving Crane was Althea Crane. They are still together. Althea Crane passed away last week in Rochester NY at the age of 98. They leave a legacy of a great family, and the love and refinement of the pocket billiards for as long as the game will be remembered. My thanks and respect.
  
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05-16-2014, 04:38 PM

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Behind every great man is a great woman. Beside Irving Crane was Althea Crane. They are still together. Althea Crane passed away last week in Rochester NY at the age of 98. They leave a legacy of a great family, and the love and refinement of the pocket billiards for as long as the game will be remembered. My thanks and respect.
Yes, she was a sweet, not to mention elegant, lady. I met her just once, in 1978. Sad to hear of her passing.
  
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