Donald Cragg Obituary, Donald Cragg Has Passed Away

Donald Cragg Obituary, Death- Donald “Bill” Cragg, who had spent his whole life in Chatham, passed away on Monday, May 22, 2023, at the Chatham Kent Health Alliance. Cragg had been a resident of Chatham his entire life.

She entered this world in Chatham exactly 88 years ago. The deceased son of Marjory and Donald Cragg, both of whom have died away in recent years. His children are Peter Cragg, Lill Cragg, Shelley Laflin (Steve), and Lynn Paraskevopoulos, who was unfortunately taken from this world too soon. The biological father of Marty Glover, who is his stepson, as well as Joe Glover, who passed away and was his biological brother.

Grandfather of Ashley, Greg, and Brad Paraskevopoulos; grandfather of Ian and Eric McKee; and grandfather of the late Jason, Josh, and Sarah Cragg. An ancestor who was the great-grandfather of Forest McKee. Despite the fact that they are first cousins, Donna Jean (Peachy) Devolder treats him more like a brother. In addition, he is survived by his daughter-in-law Roberta Cragg, as well as his daughters-in-law Shelly Glover and Jim Paraskevopoulos. He was married three times. Close friend of the late Jayne Soutar up till the time of her dying.

Bill worked at the Navistar facility in Chatham for a total of thirty years throughout his time there. After he retired, he was looking forward to spending his time with his best friend Magnum, as well as going to a variety of yard sales, watching movies, listening to music, and watching movies. He also looked forward to listening to music.

Anyone and everyone is welcome to attend the funeral that will be conducted in the graveyard on Saturday, May 27, 2023 at 11am at Maple Leaf Cemetery. The funeral will be held at the graveyard. The back portion of the land is situated in close proximity to the stream. After leaving Park Avenue through the third turn to the left, proceed straight ahead and then take an immediate turn to the left before making a right turn. Memorial contributions can be sent in place of flowers to the Chatham Kent Hospice or the Pet and Wildlife Rescue. Both organizations help animals in need. In the obituary, both groups will be recognized for their contributions.

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