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May God bless you and your family Mrs. Mary Ann in this time of sorrow, thanks you Mr. Craig for everything that you have done for me, I would not be the person that I am today if ours paths had cross in life. Rest In Peace Sir. Mrs. Mary Ann please give me a call. 240-446-8708


Posted by: Christopher Taylor - Walkersville, MB   Apr 02, 2018

May God bless you and your family Mrs. Mary Ann in this time of sorrow, thanks you Mr. Craig for everything that you have done for me, I would be the person that I am today if ours paths had cross in life. Rest In Peace Sir.


Posted by: Christopher Taylor Sr. - Walkersville, MD   Mar 06, 2018

Our sincere condolences with the tragic loss of Leslie. We wish you a lot of strength during this difficult times.
Gerard, Mia en tante Liesje


Posted by: Gerard Ebisch and tante Liesje - Panningen - Family   Nov 07, 2017

Hallo Fam. Graig,

Wij wensen jullie veel sterkte met het verlies van Leslie Graig. Voor mij was Leslie een heel leuk en aardig persoon. Iin het verleden hebben wij elkaar ontmoet bij tante Jet in Born. wat ik mij nog kan herinneren .
Jullie mogen trots zijn op deze man.

Wij wensen fam. en vrienden veel strekte voor de komende tijd.

Mvg.John Ebisch


Posted by: John Ebisch - panningen - Family   Nov 06, 2017

My deepest sympathy for you MaryAnn, and family. You remain in my thoughts and prayers. Les was a fine gentleman always kind with a sly smile.


Posted by: MaryAnn Rakow - Lebanon, PA - acquaintance   Nov 03, 2017

Les was the Best. Although our paths hasn't crossed since you left, you are still a NGIC story. Marianne I am so sorry and I know you 2 will meet again. To all of the family, although I never met you I felt I knew you because of my conversations with Les. Rest in Peace Good Fellow.


Posted by: Janet BreedenLamb - Ruckersville, VA   Nov 02, 2017

Next tot the fack that Les was a respectful and well known family-member from the USA, he was the one who introduced the card game SPADES in The Netherlands. Since than this game became famous in Holland by thousands of Dutchmen who got addicted to this game. Each time when we play this game with new players they ask us how we came to this game. We than tell them that it was introduced here by our brother in law Lesly Craig who was once in The Netherlands to serve the US-army.


Posted by: Hans Grijsbach - Born in The Netherlands - Family   Nov 02, 2017

We wish you a lot of strength in your loss of your father, father in -law and grandfather.

Thijs en Sibil Bouten Ebisch uit Panningen the Netherlands


Posted by: Thijs en Sibill Bouten Ebisch - Panningen - Family   Nov 01, 2017

Dear family Craig,
Our condeleances go out to each of you.
Leslie's first wife, Marjan, was our cousin.


Posted by: Geert Ebisch - Panningen - Family   Nov 01, 2017

Uncle Les was one of a kind! I've never met a more caring and compassionate person! I will always treasure our visit with you all. So sorry everyone lost this wonderful man, but I know he's rejoicing on the streets of gold and will always be smiling down. We love you Mary Ann and are always just a call away.


Posted by: Vanessa Craig - Riverside, OH - Family   Oct 31, 2017