Dennis Crane Obituary, Death – Dennis R. Crane, better known by his nickname “Denny,” passed away on December 6, 2022 at his home at the age of 73. Denny has spent his entire life in Sussex County, where he was born in Franklin to Daniel and Theresa (Helwig) Crane, who have since passed away. Between the years 1971 and 1977, he had been a member of the National Guard. Prior to his retirement from Ferrellgas in 2020, Denny worked for the company that was formerly known as Littell’s Gas Service. He was devoted to his family and cherished the time he could spend with his grandchildren. He had a passion for music and enjoyed taking his children to see live performances and sporting events, was an expert at answering questions pertaining to sports, and collected Mr. Peanut dolls and old tools that he discovered at flea markets.

Additionally, Denny enjoyed watching films about history and the military, and he was a huge fan of documentaries. He was as trustworthy as the sun and had a friend waiting for him around every corner. His wife and children, as well as the home he had created for them, were the sources of the greatest pride in his life. He is survived by his wife, Renee (Youngman); his sons, Gene Crane and his wife Jessica of Wantage and Darran Crane and his wife Katie of Wantage; his daughter, Lauren Bloomfield and her husband Jeff of Millstone; his sisters, Carole Kays of Hamburg and Judy Stoll and her husband Jack of Franklin; six grandchildren, Kennedy, Madisyn, Emilee, Colton, Bryce, and Dylan; and several nieces and nephews.

He passed away on September On Monday, December 12, 2022, at 7 o’clock in the evening, funeral services will be held at the Pinkel Funeral Home, which is located at 31 Bank Street (Route 23), in Sussex. The funeral home will be open from four in the afternoon until seven in the evening for friends and family to pay their respects to the family before the service. Instead of sending flowers, please consider making a memorial contribution in Dennis’s name to Father John’s Animal House, which can be found at 50 Father John’s Lane in Lafayette, New Jersey 07848.