Condolence: We were saddened when we learned of Bob’s passing. Bob and Eunice were among the first people we met when we retired to Starkville many years ago. They were so kind and welcoming. It was fitting that the last time we spoke with Bob was at a baseball game. We wish for their family our thoughts and prayers and our warmest condolences. They are missed.
Sincerely, James and Sue White. Starkville, MS.
Condolence: To the Craig Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you, and we offer our condolences. Please know that Bob will be missed around Dudy Noble, but his memories will live on.
-Baseball Staff at MSU
Condolence: I worked with Bob for a number of years at Vanity Fair mills in Monroeville, AL. Bob was a great friend and my best fishing buddy. Even though that was quite a while ago we still kept in touch through mails and occasional visits. I will miss his humor and friendship.
Condolence: So sorry to hear of the passing of my friend Bob Craig. I have known Bob all my life. We went to school together 1-12 grades and played baseball and basketball together. Really miss him. I will see him again in heaven. Love to all his family.
Condolence: So sorry to hear of the passing of Bob Craig. Really enjoyed greeting him (and Mrs Craig) at the 830 FUMC service. Really enjoyed getting to know them over the years. I pray for comfort for his family during this time.
Condolence: I knew Bob mainly as a member of the "Men for the Master" old man's Choir at First United Methodist Church, Starkville, MS. Bob was a warm and wonderful friend. He was full of jokes, many told at his own expense. He enjoyed flying stories, and was a pilot to the end. He loved his wife Eunice, and all his family members, and spoke of them often. We will all miss Bob's warm smile, quick wit, and friendliness. Goodbye, old friend.