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LaNese Joanne Pierson Craft 1937 - 2013

LaNese Joanne Pierson Craft

This Guest Book has been kept online by Cody Craft.
January 25, 2013
Mere words will never be able to describe LaNese! I have known LaNese for the past twenty years and can honestly say I have never met a finer Christian Lady in my entire life. She was, to me, the greatest example of a Christian "spiritual warrior" that I have personally ever met. She never met a stranger in my presence who was not a friend within minutes.

When I think of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ, and His modeling a perfect life for us to attempt to exemplify, I cannot think of another person who lived out that model here on this earth better than my dear friend, LaNese. I just thank God for the opportunity to be with her during the last few days of her life on this each, and will never remember her as anything but the epitome of living with a great passion for life in everything she did, and in the way she loved her dear, sweet family and friends, everyday, even in sickness. Wow! What a great legacy she has left for the rest of us to strive for, in life and in passing.

I thank God for having allowed me the privilege to know her well for the past twenty years of my life. We will miss you, LaNese, but will never be without the spirit of your presence in our lives. Thanks! Quest and Peggy Daniel, San Antonio, TX
January 24, 2013
We both competed in the Ms Senior America pageant in 2010 and I thought she was so lovely. She's gone too soon.
January 17, 2013
I will miss Ms. Craft. She will remain in my heart always. I have been blessed to have spent time with her as a patient and as a friend.
January 16, 2013
I taught with LaNese at Clara Reynolds Elementary. She was always so positive and upbeat! One of my treasured memories of LaNese is when she and John Neal, the music teacher, put together the Clara Reynolds Olympics. They had opening excercises which included a parade of countries, balloons, and a torch lighting ceremony. LaNese even planned a hockey game between the second grade teachers and the third grade teachers. She even jumped in to play and never let me forget that I knocked her down! I will miss her sweet smile, her laughter, and her "Elvira" excercise routine.
January 16, 2013
LaNese was a loving and caring person who will be greatly missed.It was an honor to get to teach with her at Clara Reynolds Elementary. The children looked forward to going to PE classes because she it made it fun and challenging for them. I remember once the children had been inside for at least a week or more and when it finally warmed up some, she told each PE class to bundle up before coming to class and she took them outside and they walked the neighborhood by playing Follow The Leader. The children loved it. I even joined my class and walked with them. LaNese was a joy to be around. She will be deeply missed by those who truly knew her and loved her. Bernadette Klimkowski, Harrah, Oklahoma
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