Victoria Craig

Newark, New Jersey

1947 - 2019


December 27, 2018
Newark, New Jersey


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Victoria La Beaux Clark Craig Educator in Morris and Plainfield school districts Victoria "Viki" La Beaux Clark Craig died peacefully on December 27, 2018. She was born on February 2, 1947 in New York City to Beatrice La Beaux Clark and Charles Edward Clark of Yonkers, New York,...

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A beacon of light and a glowing example of the human spirit.


It is very difficult for me to imagine our planet without Mrs. Craig. She was integrity and courage personified. Viki believed in me before I believed in myself and has been a crusader leading the advanced development of young people throughout her life. We are all especially blessed to have known Viki and to have been inspired by her unwavering authenticity. Perhaps most of all I am going to miss her laugh. All my of love and support to Charles, Simone, Lauren and the family. We have been...

Mrs Craig was a Beautful, Amazing, Awesome Woman!! She will be truly missed.

GOD please BLESS her family through this difficult time.

You are in my Prayers!!


My sincere condolences to the Craig family. Although I've only known Vicki for 5 years, we had a special friendship through our love of quilting and the ATA - she will be missed tremendously.
Ellaree Pray

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

Viki Craig at Jan. 2018 Art in the Atrium opening, in front of Leroy Campbell work

Dear Charles and family,
I was stunned and so very sorry to hear the news today. Viki's death is a major loss to our community on so many levels. She was such a vital and critical part of the arts community in this area and her vision and leadership with Art in the Atrium was an inspiration to everyone fortunate enough to work with her or to appreciate all that she did to advance African American art. On a personal level, I felt privileged to work with her and to call her a friend. She...

Calvin and I extend our deepest condolences for your loss. May your memories bring you comfort.