Dan Crane named Columbus "40 Under 40" Honoree


Dan Crane has been recognized as one of Columbus' 2018 "40 Under 40" Honorees. Dan is recognized as a leader in the Central Ohio community who is making a substantial impact through his career achievements and community contributions.

Columbus Business First has recognized 40 individuals under age 40 each year since 1993. They're up-and-comers making an impact in the professional world and giving back to their communities.

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Tanny Crane named CEO of the Year


Tanny Crane, president and CEO of Crane Group, named Columbus CEO’s 2017 CEO of the Year.

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Crane Group Donates to CelebrateOne


The Crane Group, together with members of the Crane family and The Crane Family Foundation, announced a $700,000 gift to CelebrateOne to go to the Community Connector Corps program and its partner in the fight against infant mortality, Moms2B. The gift is in recognition of the Crane Group’s 70th anniversary. “I continue to be amazed by the Crane family’s commitment to Central Ohio families. This gift strengthens the social fabric among community and partners,” said Erika Clark Jones, executive director of CelebrateOne. “It deepens the necessary work of connecting Columbus women to critical care and service needed to support healthy pregnancies and a strong first year of life for our smallest residents.”

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Pets evacuated from Irma treated to Paradise


As Hurricane Irma continued its approach to the U.S. mainland, many family pets, especially dogs, traveled with their owners as they evacuated to safer areas.
Pet Paradise Resort in Charlotte, North Carolina took in 52 dogs from Georgia, Florida and even the Bahamas.

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Introducing the Blazin' Cranes


Crane Group associates formed our first-ever kickball team this summer. We certainly had a great deal of fun. And we learned quite a bit and we’ve improved immensely. Have we actually won a game? Well, as of this writing, we have not. Still, this does not mean we’re sorry we played! In spite of various injuries to both the body and the ego, we have heartily supported each other and we’ve had fun “strategizing” prior to each game. Perhaps bowling is the next sport for the Blazin’ Cranes to try?

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