Charles “Charlie” G. Cran

Charles “Charlie” G. Cran

November 27, 1940 ~ November 1, 2017 (age 76)

From Charlie’s daughter Valerie,

“Charlie was a bold Lyme warrior, and dealt with the agony and brain fog with a kind smile and helpful attitude for family, friends, and those who simply weren’t friends ‘yet’. While dementia and cancer were listed ‘official’ causes of death, both were caused by his 30 + year fight against Lyme disease and its coinfections. God bless his soul.”

Charles “Jo” Gary Cran was born November 27, 1940 in Humbolt County, Iowa to Albert Cran and Lucille (Larkin) Cran. He grew up in the town of Humbolt, IA and attended school there from kindergarten until he graduated in 1958. Education was always important to him. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Buena Vista College in Storm Lake, IA in 1963 and two education degrees from Mankato State University in Minnesota: a Masters Degree in 1970 and a Specialist Degree (PHD) in 1976. Read Full Obituary Here.

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  1. So sorry to hear of so many losses to do with Lyme disease, I myself have chronic Lyme, I do wish one favor that people who die of Lyme put it as a, cause if death not other ailments, please, so we can wake up the public & government & big pharma

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