Condolence & Memory Journal

I happened to be visiting with a mutual friend in Brookfield two days ago and he told me of Joe's passing , I was stunned with disbelief. What a great guy, I admired Joe so much, he was a great mentor to me in our mutual pursuit of Indian artifacts and history. He was the greatest ! I always told others about him and the lifelong interest we shared. He was unique , truly dedicated. His memory will always be with me . My deepest sympathies to his family

Posted by richard sullivan - hardwick, MA - friend   June 10, 2017

To the Craig Family,<br /><br />I'm so sorry for your loss I just found out today &amp; was shocked and very saddened. Joe was such a wonderful &amp; gentle man. He was always so caring with the dogs at Second Chance. I always enjoyed talking with Joe &amp; I will truly miss him.

Posted by Ed Gardner - Ware, MA - friend   May 24, 2017

To the Craig Family,

I'm so sorry for the loss of Joe. He was loved by all who knew him at the animal shelter. Joe had some wonderful tales to tell about all kinds of things. I will certainly miss chatting with him about all the dogs we both have met and cared for over the years. Joe was a very good friend and I will miss him dearly.

Posted by Faye Fulone Sweeney - Charlton, MA - Friend   May 17, 2017

Candle

To the Craig Family:

As you well know, Joe was a major part of our lives. He was a father figure to Brian and I, a grandfather figure to our children, my son's namesake and Godfather, Mentor and friend. From auctions to friendships and breakfasts to annual apple pies and chocolates, random LEGO deliveries to Joey and little trinkets to Brittany, he will live in our hearts forever. Thank you Joe for all the many memories, advice, and peace of mind you always gave us. Our deepest condolences to you, Joanne, and your family during this time. I hope it brings you peace to know how much Joe meant to us and our family.

Love, Michelle and Brian Zuidema

Posted by Michelle Zuidema - Brookfield, MA - Friend   May 16, 2017