In memory of
Bryant F. Craig
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In memory of
Bryant F. Craig
CRAIG, Bryant F. Bryant F. Craig, Born Aug. 5th, 1924 Died Jan. 6th, 2018. Bryant was the happiest and most positive person. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend to many. He was an entrepreneur and inventor. If he wasn't working on his next invention he was whistling or singing some tune. He had over 150 patents for his electronic inventions. He grew up in Boswell OK, where he fixed electronics for all in a 3-county area. He built a hang glider at 12, learned how to fly a plane at 14, at 15 he made a radio station for his girlfriend, and used his electronic expertise for the military in WWII. He had a happy little light that shone out of him. We will all deeply miss that little light that made our world a happier place. A memorial service will be held Friday Feb 23rd at 11:00am at the National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75221.
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In memory of
Bryant F. Craig
CRAIG, Bryant F. Bryant F. Craig, Born Aug. 5th, 1924 Died Jan. 6th, 2018. Bryant was the happiest and most positive person. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend to many. He was an entrepreneur and inventor. If he wasn't working on his next invention he was whistling or singing some tune. He had over 150 patents for his electronic inventions. He grew up in Boswell OK, where he fixed electronics for all in a 3-county area. He built a hang glider at 12, learned how to fly a plane at 14, at 15 he made a radio station for his girlfriend, and used his electronic expertise for the military in WWII. He had a happy little light that shone out of him. We will all deeply miss that little light that made our world a happier place. A memorial service will be held Friday Feb 23rd at 11:00am at the National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75221.
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