Ronald R. Craig

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MARSHFIELD - Ronald Rae Craig, 66, of Gilman Street, Marshfield, passed away at his home July 20, 2014.

Ronald was born in Barre on Feb. 8, 1948. His parents were Beverly Pierce and Stanley Craig.

He is survived by his wife, Marion Clark Craig, and his brother, Devon Craig, and sister-in-law Cheryl Craig, of Plainfield; son Timothy Craig and his wife, Elizabeth, of Indiana, and Casey Charpentier and husband Joel, of Groton. Survived by nephews Keith Damion and Jordan Craig and grandchildren Courtney, Kayley, Byson, Neana, Eva and Joel.

Also surviving are his stepchildren Brenda, Keith, Debra and Ted Clark. He had a special place in his heart for Brenda.

He was predeceased by his parents.

After graduating from Spaulding High School in 1966 he enlisted in the Army Reserves and worked locally in the Barre area at Capital City Press, in charge of maintenance, and The Times Argus as maintenance supervisor.

Noted for being exceptionally mechanically inclined, he was "Mr. Fix It" for his family and friends and very adept at "bailing out" people's problems.

His passions, besides his immediate family, were hunting, fishing and playing horseshoes.

He was a member of the men's auxiliary VFW and Elks.

Calling services will be at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 790 in East Barre on Friday, July 25, 2014, at 2 p.m.

There will be no calling hours.
Published in Times Argus on July 23, 2014
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