CRAGG, Hoyt J.
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Hoyt J. Cragg, age 94, of Canton, Georgia, passed away on August 17, 2014 at Wellstar Tranquility Hospice. Services for Mr. Cragg will be 10:00 AM Saturday September 6, 2014 from the Faith Presbyterian Church. He is survived by Wife, Jean Cragg of Canton, GA; Daughter, Patrice Darden of Smyrna, GA; Son and Daughter-In-Law, Mark and Debbie Cragg of Virginia Beach, VA; Stepson & Daughter-in-law, Robert (Audrey) Nobles of Columbus, GA and Charles (Moshnea) Nobles Jr. III of Smyrna, GA; Sister, Ginny Lindstrom of Marietta, GA; Four Grandchildren: Dana Cragg of Petersburg, VA; Travis Darden of Charleston, SC; Tyler Darden of Clinton, SC; Garrett Darden of Charleston, SC; Four Step-grandchildren, Autumn Nobles, Allison Nobles, William Nobles and Charles Nobles III; Four Great-grandchildren, Hoyt Darden, Alex Darden, Peregrin Darden, Julian Darden. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Must Ministries. The caring staff of Darby Funeral Home is in charge of these funeral arrangements.
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Margaret Feierabend
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September 05, 2014
Word is just getting to Baton Rouge via John Earle and UPC. I am on my way to visit with my dad, age 94, still in Baton Rouge now at St. James Place assisted living. He and John Earl spend time together occasionally. Fond memories of UPC days. Your Hoyt and M.L. were critical members. Dad also knew Jean Noble well. Life moves on. A life very well lived. My best to Jean, Patrice and Mark and families. Margaret Burns Feierabend
brigitte Faith P.C.
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September 13, 2014
Count your blessings, I hear this all the time. I am truly blessed to have known a true Christian, Hoyt, he was just a real human being. We miss him terribly, but we know he reaches his destination.
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