Alan Craig

Alan Craig

Sunday, September 4th, 1932 - Wednesday, September 9th, 2020
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Entered into rest suddenly at the Brockville General Hospital, Charles Street Site on September 9, 2020. Alan Arthur Craig, at the age of 88 years. Beloved husband of Millie and dear father of Sarah Craig and Kenneth Sunderland (Linda). Fondly remembered by his four grandchildren Mary (John), Mark (Kathryn), Laura (Jeff), Katherine and by his five great grandchildren Theo, Evelyn, George, Simon and Millie. Also survived by his brother Robert of Liverpool, England and by many nieces and nephews.

Private arrangements are entrusted with the Irvine Funeral Home and Chapel, 4 James Street East, Brockville where cremation will take place.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Pencer Brain Tumour Centre at Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto will be gratefully acknowledged.

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Carole Tanney

Posted at 02:49pm
Millie: My deepest condolences on the death of Allan. Carole Tanney, Calgary, Alberta

Jag Chawla

Posted at 04:41pm
Millie and family,
Harvinder and I are deeply saddened with the loss of our beloved friend Al . Our sincere condolences . I knew Al since I joined Automatic Electric in 1968. He was a wonderful person. He always gave me his sincere advise . He was always ready to help. A great friend with whom you could share your views . Always positive, cheerful and friendly. We are really going to miss him.

Jag Chawla

Doug Hunt

Posted at 06:05pm
Millie and family
Lois and I were so sorry to hear of Al's passing. We will miss our visits and sing songs with him when we are in Brockville. What a nice and thoughtful man he was!
Al was a long time working colleague of mine as we shared many years together at Automatic Electric/Microtel. I will always remember and appreciate his support, advice, and friendship.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with you all at this difficult time.
Lois and Doug Hunt

Arthur Henry

Posted at 05:47pm
My deepest sympathy goes out to Millie, his dear wife of many years and their wonderful family, including children, grand children and great grandchildren. My dear friend Al Craig was truly a Gentleman in the real sense of the word.

We first met in Brockville where we worked at Automatic Electric. Our relationship deepened after our retirement.

In addition to the many phone calls, we often would meet half way in Kingston and had many lunches together during which (and for a long time after) we would discuss subjects of interest to us both, including such as Politics, Religion, History, Science, Philosophy and his passion for Barber Shop singing, and mine for Quantum Mechanics.

We would always catch up on our respected family members. He loved all his family both individually and collectively. He was so very proud of them all and often shared their many achievements with me, and yes, at times, their pain too.
I will truly miss Al's humour, his erudite nature and his wise counsel. It has been a privilege knowing such a wonderful, kind, thoughtful person.

Art Henry.

John Campbell

Posted at 10:12pm
Dear Millie, Sarah, Ken and family,
We were very saddened to hear of Al's passing. I have many good memories of Al; the best is when he and my dad taught me how to ski! Al was such a kind and caring friend. His friendship was so very important to my dad and to all of us. He will be very greatly missed.
Our sincere condolences,
John Campbell and the Campbell-Eamon-Foan families.

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