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RIP...he was a true craftsman, that much was more than obvious



I have been fortunate to be able to say I was a friend of Mr.Cramb. He truly was a prince of a man,as pleasant of a person one would ever want to meet.

Art of the Stonemason launched his writing career. He had a second work completed several years ago. When I spoke to him last,May or so of this year,he was in the process of completing his third book. Alas and a lack,I do not believe he finished it. Possibly his son who is an accomplished mason can complete it for his father. It would be a nice tribute.
 

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Hopefully (not sure if that's the right word or not) he died with a trowel or hammer and chisel in his hand.



They may not have been in his hands,although I would bet they were on his mind and in his heart. Mr Cramb loved his craft as I sense that the vast majority of masons / contributors on CT. do !
 
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