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Thread: Joe Crumley

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    Default Joe Crumley

    I just learned that Joe Crumley passed away. Those of you that have been on the forum for a while will remember Joe as an amazing sign artist...probably the best that's ever been on the forum.... with very strong opinions on just about everything. I have only banned 2 people since this forum started, but threatened to ban him at least a dozen times!

    If you're new here, do yourself a favor and search for any of his posts that show images of his signs. He was a true master.

    Bill

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    Joe, rest in peace..... I will miss you

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    RIP Joe "Norman Sign Co."

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    Really hate to hear that, I learned so much from Joe! RIP
    Ken Zey
    Lookout Mercantile / Digital Millwork
    Rogers, AR
    www.CedarSlabSigns.com
    www.lookoutmercantile.com
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    He always had interesting lessons at the Austin “Camp ShopBot”. His “rootin tootin” Rubber cement paint mask worked!

    SG

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    RIP Joe,
    I really learned a lot from your threads!
    Thanks!!
    scott
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    2013 Desktop/spindle/VCP 10
    Maine

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    So sorry to hear...I had asked him several questions back in 2008-09 when I was getting started...I chuckle now, but at the time thought I was dealing with one of my old drill sgts!! But his advice was always spot on! RIP Joe
    Dick
    Aspire 10.5

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    Joe was a font of knowledge and was generous in sharing it. I was thinking about him a few months ago and wondering how he was. RIP

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    When a familiar face is gone forever, we're reminded of just how mortal we all are.
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    Godspeed Joe. You were the best "crusty old fart" I ever met!
    Gary Campbell
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    Albert Einstein


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