Senator Barbara McGuire statement on the passing of Senator Chester Crandell

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State Capitol– Senator Barbara McGuire released the following statement on the death of Senator Chester Crandell:

“I am deeply saddened by the passing of Senator Chester Crandell, who was not only a colleague but a friend.

“Being a rancher, Chester and I shared many moments talking about breaking horses and whose methods worked better – his or mine. We also shared strategy and advice in dealing with legislation. I will cherish those memories.

“His sudden passing is a sad moment for his family, whom he loved and adored, and the state of Arizona, which he served with honor and grace.”

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