Family, friends and patrons who floated along the Delaware River mourn the âRiver Hot Dog Manâ and the owner of Delaware River Tubing.
Greg Crance died of complications from COVID-19 on Monday, according to his family on Facebook. He was 56 years old.
Crance, a US Navy veteran, was remembered by some of his sons who paid tribute on their personal Facebook pages.
âHe was a great father who raised 4 boys to be independent. He gave us everything he had and was always proud of us. He started a monster business in Delaware River Tubing and loved being on the river. I couldn’t be prouder of him. He will be forever missed, loved and always in our hearts, âwrote Seth Crance.
âYou were the best dad who sacrificed everything for your family,â said Mathew Crance, also sharing the last photo he had with his dad, of a trip to Disney in January. He added: “I love you daddy, thank you for everything.”
Crance opened his river hot dog “stand” in 1987 in Hunterdon County and later also established Delaware River Tubing.
The Crance family were planning a funeral service on Sundays in Pennsylvania at Decker-Givnish Funeral Home in Warminster from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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