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Jerry Kindig, Elkhart, IN

Al you will be so missed. Your smile and laughter was contagious. you had a way of making everyone laugh and have a good time. My deepest sympathy to all the family in this very difficult time. I have so many great memories of the times spent with you; i continue to miss those days. I often enjoyed a cigar or a cocktail with Al and the conversation was always priceless. Al you will never be forgoten. May you rest in peace.

Linda Anderson-Black, Elkhart, IN

Terry, Penney, Rick and families, there are not enough words to express my deepest sympathy for Al's sudden passing. Al was a generous, loving father, grandfather and always took care of his family, friends and community. I will always remember when Al took Terry and I to Chicago for the weekend and chapparoned us to Jilly's and Tony and Tina's Wedding celebration. All of you are in my prayers for comfort and strenght during this difficult sad time.

Tracey Moore-Mendez, Elkhart, IN

I will miss you tremendously Mr. Craft. I will always remember the milk shakes and banana splits you brought me. You were the highlight of my work day at the Elks #425!! Tracey Moore-Mendez

Pamela Deitch, Elkhart, IN

I got to know Al from working at Flytraps, Imperial Inn, D'Antinis, and The Grill Pub and Eatery. He would also go to the Cigar Store. Al loved good food and cards. When I was younger I worked for the best restaurant's. He had quite a distinctive appearance. He was a successful business man in the Rv Industry. He always had a smile and a big hello. I have many memories of the card games and the guys and Dort Kidder she was the only woman ever allowed in those games. RIP AL, Dort, Loby, Ralph Sr, Johnny Jr. And Mike Dandino Sr. And many more that made such an impression and brought much laughter to us that knew them.

Stan Compton, Woodland Hills, CA, CA

Al Craft and I go back to 1970. He was a fun loving guy who was also a great business man and loved to play cards. I played in many card games with Al over the years and will remember him fondly. I send my condolences to his family. Stan Compton

Henry Hochstetler, Bonita Springs, FL

Al was a great friend and a devoted RV dealer. A class guy all thE way , Hank Hochstetler
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