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James Craig Calhoun

July 31, 1956 - June 13, 2021

A public gathering and celebration of Craig’s life is scheduled for 1 pm Monday, June 28, 2021, at Immanuel Baptist Church, 1101 North Wheeler Avenue, in Sallisaw, OK with a formal memorial service to start at 2 pm. In lieu of food or flowers, the family asks you to join them in donating online in Craig’s memory to The American Thyroid Association or Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston.

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I was so saddened to hear of Craig’s passing. He was a great guy and I was fortunate to have shared many wonderful moments with him as one of his classmates growing up in Sallisaw. He fought a fierce battle against his cancer. Being one of his Facebook friends, I was able to keep up with how he was doing and cheer with him when there was positive news and send comforting messages when things were not so good. My heart breaks for all of the family in his loss. I pray that God will be with you all during this difficult time and give you peace, comfort, and understanding. I am unable to attend his service today but I will be there in spirit and prayer. Craig will be so very missed! Much love and many prayers to all of the family.

Posted by Doris Walters Crews on June 28, 2021

Craig was one of the most wonderful people and cousins in the world. He always gave me a hug and a kiss on the head when I saw him. Our last encounter was at Tractor Supply the day before he went to MD Anderson. Our encounter was teasing and as usual I love you’s and his usual hug and kiss on the head. I will miss those moments and I will miss him! He was very loved! I love you Craig and I pray your resting! My prayers are with you all and my heart hurts with you!

Posted by Debra Choate on June 22, 2021