Joined 12 years ago from Las Vegas, NV
In 1997 Elizabeth moved to Las Vegas. She now is an owner of Ranking Edge, a website design and development and internet marketing and SEO company. She also owns, along with her husband Frank Spady, the CEO CFO Group. This is a networking group for senior level executives in Las Vegas.
Elizabeth Crane was born and raised in St. Louis and is still a diehard Cardinal fan. She grew up fishing with her Dad and enjoying all that the Gateway to the West has to offer. For over 20 years she owned and operated a roofing company in St. Louis. Her sons now successfully own and operate the business.
Elizabeth has been an animal lover all her life. She now has one rambunctious Golden Retriever named Daisy, a Goldendoodle named Gunner, and a Maine Coon cat, aptly named Mr. Kitty. One little known fact about Elizabeth is that she is also a mermaid. She likes to swim and eat small fish. :)
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