“I remember Mr Bob so well he was a good man i will miss him he helped me get a job at TASCO STEEL As a buffer and painter from his freind always Charles Michael Murphy
“To the Craddock family - Remembering your father with admiration and with
fond memories, that we shared as next door neighbors, on Buckboard ln, we miss both of your parents and send our condolences to all of you.
George and Kay McMaster
“To John and the entire Craddock family, so very sorry for the loss of your beloved Dad. You are in our thoughts and prayers always.
“john so sorry to hear bout ur dad u are in our prayers corky,sherry an nicole
“Thoughts and prayers for you and your family. God bless
Keeping you and your family lifted up in prayers through these difficult times.
“Johnny, so sorry to hear about your dad. Praying for comfort and peace for you and your family.
“To Karen and the Craddock Family~Your father was like a second dad to me and he will be deeply missed. I have so many fond memories of him and your mother and feel truly blessed to have known them both. One of my fondest memories with him was riding in his red Cadillac, with the top down, sipping on a bottle of root beer with peanuts in it, listening to Marty Robbins. I will never forget him and cherish the memories that he gave me.
“John, Frank, Gail, Karen & Tom. My thoughts are with you all on this solemn occasion. Bob was a man's man through and through, and I enjoyed his wit and humor. He was down to earth and always did things his way while demanding the best. I will always remember him. God bless him and your families.
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CRADDOCK, Robert Earl, loving Father, Grandfather, and Great Grandfather, passed peacefully into the arms of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on October 27, 2012 after battling a brief illness. He was born in Jackson, Mississippi in 1924. "Bob" and his wife Doris, married for 62 years...Read More