August 24, 1950 – December 3, 2021
Donnie passed away peacefully at home with his wife and children at his side. Donnie was a lover of all animals, especially his cat, Fredrick Paulowoski and dogs: Louie, Lennie and Lucky.
He enjoyed watching his grandkids in all their activities. Also being an avid sports fan, Donnie loved watching IU basketball, even after Bobby Knight and during their off years. He was the proud owner and operator of Craig Siding & Windows for more than 30 years.
Going back to his roots in Indiana, especially Delaney Creek, was a great enjoyment for him.
Preceded in death by parents, Ed Craig and Roxie Hensley Craig Schoults; brother, Eddie Craig. Survived by wife of 51 years, Jessica (Helsel) Craig; children: Stephen Craig (Heather), Daniel Craig, Donnie Craig; grandchildren: Mya Craig and Aaron Craig, Kaden Craig and Brooklynn Craig; sisters: Wanda Fleenor, Geraldine Green (Bob), Faye George; sister-in-law, Leslie Helsel; cat, Fredrick Paulowoski; dogs: Louie, Lennie, Lucky.
Per Donnie’s wishes, no services will be held. Memorials are suggested in Donnie’s memory to Humane Society of Washington County Indiana, 204 W. Joseph Street, Salem, IN 47167 or Nebraska Humane Society, 8929 Fort Street, Omaha, NE 68134.
Don was a good man who worked hard all of his life and loved his family and friends. He was blessed to have a wonderful family who took such good care of him, especially during his illness and passing. Thoughts and prayers for his family and friends. The loss is immeasurable, but so is the love left behind.
My deepest condolences..Don was a great man always treated me with kindness he will be missed
So Sorry for your guys’ loss, Big Don was a great man, and he will truly be missed! Thoughts and prayers to all of you!!
The Woolery family
My condolences for your loss.
So sorry to hear about uncle Don I thought slot of him. He was one of my favorite uncles
Jay my heart goes out to you and your family. I am so deeply sorry. I know you have a solid family who are
there to lend you support in this dark time. He is with God now. Love always, Mary
Sorry to hear about dons passing.we had a lot of good times chasing our boys all over the place with their sports.always enjoyed standing down the lines at baseball games and then replaying the games at tigers.he was an interesting guy,with a great sense of humor..
He was a great dad and friend. I know he will be missed