Dan and Arabella were my all time favorite neighbors! It was a pleasure to have them next door for ten years, prior to moving to New Mexico.
Dan was always quick with a smile, as he'd meet me at the fence between our homes to deliver fresh caught fish, or fresh ducks. His always cordial demeanor will be missed, as well as his great sense of humor. What a great gentleman. They don't make 'em like Dan anymore.
He was a dear man. I remember him from the days when my father was minister at Westminster Presbyterian. Please accept my condolences.
Arabella, I remember your father from our elementary school days. He was a kind man who seemed to have the patience and good nature to put up with us kids. My condolences to you and your family.
Dear Lila and Schuyler,
As a young woman my father-in-law introduced me to Mr. Craddock and I remember the gleam in his eye and the kind smile on his face. I am so sorry for your loss. I am glad he is home safe and in the arms of Jesus, but it doesn't mean you won't miss him terribly. You will be in my prayers.
I send my sincere sympathies to you and your family on the great loss of your father. What an admirable patriarch he was for your family. It was just two years ago you lost your wonerful mother and now we hopefully hope your parents are in God's Eternal Home together. I am glad you have the comfort of being together as a family at this time of loss. You were a loving daughter and I know you and your siblings will carry on the wonderful legacy of a close and loving family. I am thinking of you and hope to see you later this year.
Arabella and Dan Craddock were two of the most endearing devoted members of Westminister Presbyterian. May their memory be eternal.
My sympathies to Arabella and the entire Craddock family on the loss of their father.
Lynn Watson Guy