Stephanie Craig

Obituary of Stephanie Anne Craig

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Stephanie Anne Craig (nee Millard)

March 21, 1951 – September 20, 2021

Stephanie passed away peacefully at the North Bay Regional Health Centre on September 20, 2021, at the age of 70.  Beloved wife of Ross Craig of 47 years, loving mother to Bruce (Sheona) of Ottawa and Heather of Sydney Australia;  sister to Michael of Toronto.

Stephanie is predeceased by her daughter Elyssa, her father Charles “Chuck” and her mother Marjorie.

Stephanie will be dearly missed by her grandchildren Arden, Camden, Ewan, and Cara, whom she cherished and adored.

Stephanie worked as a pharmacy technician at the North Bay Hospital for 35 years.  She was known for her love of arts and crafts, her positive personality, and her quirky sense of humor, which she inherited from her father Chuck.  She was a wonderful friend and mother figure to many.

Many of Stephanie’s most valued memories were made with her family at the cottage on Lake Watabeag – her favourite place to be.

As per Stephanie’s wishes, cremation has taken place.  A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.

In Memory of Stephanie, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or North Bay Regional Health Centre.

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Stephanie Craig

1951 - 2021

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