OBITUARY

Raymond Craig Sr.

June 20, 1946October 4, 2021
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Raymond Craig Sr. was born on June 20, 1946 in Atlanta, GA to the late Mr. Claude Craig and Mrs. Drusilla Craig.

Raymond attended North Clayton High School. After high school, he joined the United States Army, where he served honorably for 3 years, before returning to civilian life. After returning to civilian life, he attended and graduated from the apprenticeship program of Sheet Metal Union Local 85 of Atlanta, GA. He also served as Past Master of the Masonic Lodge of Beulah #698 of Rockmart, GA.

Raymond was preceded in death by his loving wife Lucy Craig (Cox), his sister Delia Lance, and brothers Gene Craig and Carroll Craig.

Mr. Raymond Craig Sr. is survived by his sister Peggie Tanner of Villa Rica, GA and his sons Doug (Angel) Craig of Griffin, GA, Dale (Mandy) Friend of Douglasville, GA, Michael Craig of Villa Rica, GA, and his only daughter Dee (Gene) Walls of Temple, GA. He is also survived by his granddaughters: Laurel Friend, Autumn Walls, Jasmine Walls, Catherine Craig, Evan Craig, Destiny Craig, Kamerlee Englett, and Kaylan Englett, grandsons: Nicholas Friend and Tyler Fann, and 3 great grandchildren: Connor Friend, Caleb Friend, and Avery Allen. Along with many cousins, nephews, and nieces, Mr. Raymond Craig also leaves behind a very large work family that he loved very much.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, October 12, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, October 13, 2021

  • Interment

    Wednesday, October 13, 2021

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Aubrey Blount

October 11, 2021

Hello my sheetmetal brother, my wife {Shelia} and I has always had a special place in our's heart for you, Thank you for everything that you taught me in sheetmetal , In God name we pray for you and your's Family.

Bianca Englett

October 8, 2021

No words can say how we feel about losing you. You were the best pawpaw the girls could ever have. We love you and will miss you but we know you aren't in any pain anymore and for that we are thankful.

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