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Krane, Richard V.

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July 20, 1940 - July 23, 2013

Krane, Richard V.

Richard Vincent Krane was born in Cleveland, Ohio July 20, 1940 and died peacefully July 23, 2013 in Dallas, Texas.   A graduate of Ohio State University, Rich spent his career in business sales, retiring from FileNet in 1997.  He continued to enjoy golf.  Rich tuned naturally to others with his ready smile and friendly questions.  Besides working hard, Rich valued playing with others and sharing personal time.  He delighted in others’ successes and rarely spoke of his own, which were many.   Rich was a loving husband for 29 years to Allie (nee Roy), a tender dad to Richard Krane, Jr., Robert Krane (Laura), Julie Krane (Jad Daley), Scott Henkel (Katie), and Sarah Weitzul (Chad), and a happy Polish grandfather named Jagi to Cole, Dylan, Shani, Gracie, Ty, and Lennon. He is also survived by cousins Bill Wiecek (Judy Hamilton) and Donna Nelson.  Memorial Service Saturday August 3 at 5 PM.  Church of the Holy Communion, 17405 Muirfield Drive, Dallas 75287.  Reception following in Lunt Hall.  Memorials preferred to the donor’s choice.

Arrangements are under the direction of ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252, 214-306-6700.

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Jerry Single

January 18, 2014 2:47PM

Theo and I just found this tribute to my friend. There are too many great stories to enter here. Our condolences to the entire Krane family.

Ken and Helen Bartkowiak

January 15, 2014 11:37AM

Rich we just found out about your passing. We grew up together inCleveland and have such great memories.You were a great friend.You will be missed.

Chip Maloney

July 31, 2013 6:02PM

Rich was a collegue and friend while we were at Four-Phase Systems. We were both from Ohio and both sales guys so we had a lot in common. We left Dallas shortly after he arrived and married his wife Allie. He will be missed.