James Craig Johnston, 64, of Watersedge, passed away on January 13, 2017 in Baltimore, Md., of a brain stem stroke, with his family at his bedside. Craig was born in Baltimore to James Angus Johnston and Helen (Remines) Johnston on Nov. 8, 1952. He went to school and graduated from Dundalk High, class of 1970. He married Michele (Mickey) Miller on May 25, 1974 in Dundalk at Christ The King Church. He worked as a steelworker for Eastern Stainless Steel for almost 30 years and finished his career delivering auto parts for O'Donnell Honda. Craig enjoyed life to the fullest and didn't have much left that he wished to do. He was heavily involved with his family, in particular, his six grandchildren; and sons, Travis and Todd. He regularly took his wife to dinner and spent time with her on vacation down at the beach. His 1987 Harley was his pride n' joy, riding with his sons and LOK. He also enjoyed his dogs, Jagger and Sugga, who he walked everyday, and fishing with his nephews, Chris and Nick. Lastly, as all who knew him knew his love for The Rolling Stones. His friends and family could attest, he did things his way and with no regrets! Craig is preceded in death by his father, mother, and brother, Kevin Johnston. Craig is survived by his wife, Michele; children, Todd and Travis; grandchildren: Hayden, Ava, Harper, Harlow, Cole and Hollis.
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