Craig Smith

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Craig Watson Smith

Peacefully at Norfolk General Hospital, Simcoe on Sunday, November 8, 2020 at the age of 73 years.  Loving brother of Mary Beryl Moffat (Percy), Elaine McGeachie (late Lawrence), and Ralph Smith (Pam).  Special friend of Judy Leng and daughters.  Uncle of Matthew, Nancy, Ernie, Ryan, Taryn, and the late Michael.  Great uncle to Stephanie, Katie, Ella, Kolten, Keenan, Kenten, Chase, and Carter.  Craig was a longstanding employee of R.F. Almas Construction Company.  He will be greatly missed by his pals at Tim Hortons.  Cremation has taken place.  Interment of cremated remains will be held at Hagersville Cemetery at a later date.  In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society or the Kidney Foundation.


Posted by Barb Booker on
I will miss my visits with Craig. He was a great neighbour and Dixie always checked the garage to see if the door was open so she could go over and have a visit with her friend. My deepest condolences.

Posted by Doug and Vera Greenfield on
Judy and family ..So so sorry to hear of Craig’s passing . He was always upbeat and a happy guy . He was so strong to go thru the health challenges ,with always a smile . Thinking of you all at this sad time .Doug and Vera Greenfield .
Posted by Christine Misner on
Judy and family

We are very sorry to learn of Craig's passing, he was a wonderful neighbour, and very thoughtful toward mom(Joyce Elliott) when she was across the road. Will miss the smiles and the conversation.
Think of you all at this time.
Greg, Chris Misner and Joyce Elliott
Posted by Clare @ Laurel Nelson on
May he Rest In Peace!
Posted by Helena Gould on
Will miss Craig when we are able to have our Saturday morning breakfasts again if COV disappears. I always enjoyed our get togethers with his family and we always had something to chat about and have a laugh now and then. Rest In Peace Craig.

Posted by Tammy Slote on
thinking of the families at this difficult times I had the honor of meeting Craig while i looked after his mom Beryl he was always happy and laughing. Sending my love to Nancy, Ernie and Elaine
Posted by Lynne Garn on
Dear Mary Beryl,Elaine, Ralph and families:
Thinking of you all and sending my sincere sympathy.
I remember Craig fro years ago as a neighbour. He was always smiling.
May all of his wonderful memories help to ease your broken hearts.
Love and prayers.
Lynne (Morris) Garn
Posted by Anne Scott on
I am so very very sorry to hear of Craig's passing. He was a good friend for many years and I will miss him. Deepest sympathy to the Smith family and to Judy and her family
Posted by Sandra Smelser on
Judy and Family: So sorry to hear of the loss of Craig. My thoughts are with you at this time.
Posted by Julie Rowntree on
So sorry to hear of Craig’s passing. He was one of the funniest guys I knew! RIP Craig
Posted by Jo-Ann and Peter Duns and family on
Judy and family and Ralph and family. So sorry to hear of Craig’s passing. Our condolences to you and your families. We always enjoyed those impromptu visits when he’d drive by and stop for a visit while we were working outside. He was a funny, kind man and will be missed. Many a times we would see Judy and Craig at the Hagersville Restaurant for our Friday night dinner. Rest In Peace, Craig. Lovingly remembered, Jo-Ann & Peter Duns and family
Posted by Hugh Henderson on
Craig was always going to buy me tractors as he knew I had one and wanted no more.

I always teased him he was always leaning on the shovel while working for Almas’s

My sincere condolences!

Posted by Blair howell on
Our condolences to Judy and family

Craig will be missed but never forgotten, he has been a great neighbour and friend to us and we hope everyone that new Craig will always remember him and smile when you do.

Blair & Lesley
Posted by Darlene on
So sorry to hear of Craig's passing. I will always remember his smile and will miss him teasing me. He always brighten my day when he came into the office.
Posted by Jim and Maggie Hoover on
Our condolences to Craig's families on his passing ,Jim had many happy times working with Craig at Almas.
It was always fun to meet Craig in daily outings in the area .
Posted by Warren Burger on
It is with much sadness to learn of Craig’s passing. Craig loved to tease with that devilish smile which always left you in a better mood. He was a trusted hardworking employee with the R.F. Almas Co for many years. A good man with a genuine caring nature that endeared him to many. My deepest condolences to Craig’s family.
Posted by Carleen Rushton on
My old neighbour Craig had a huge heart, great sense of humour and I will always be grateful for him as my neighbour. Not only for all the help he was to me but the way he could brighten any day ! I can still picture him chasing a bat around my house with a book while I held the door open ! Lol Craig you are missed greatly already & will be for a long time by many friends & family. Though we wanted you still on earth, God wanted you back home with Him. May you Rest In Peace until we see you again. Sincerely, Carleen Rushton
Hey Craig ! Don’t forget to leave the gate open !
Posted by Wendy Payne on
Judy I was so sorry to hear of Craig’s passing .
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