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Caroline Catherine Craig

Born

September 16, 1949

Sarnia, Ontario

Died

January 15, 2022

Sarnia, Ontario

Obituary

CRAIG, Caroline Catherine
Peacefully at Sarnia Bluewater Health on Saturday January 15, 2022 at the age of 72, beloved wife of Michael Craig fell asleep in death. Dear sister of William (Elizabeth), David (Cheryl) and Terry (Stephanie) Kohut. Loving aunt of Peter, Laura, Heather, Susan and David and great aunt to Ben, Jake and Ella. Predeceased by her parents Mike and Katherine and her niece Chrissy. She will always be remembered by her friendly out going nature and pleasant disposition. Always willing to extend herself and go the extra mile for anyone needing help. Faithful in serving her God Jehovah to the very end. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. A Memorial Service will be held for her on Saturday, January 29, 2022 at 2 pm via Zoom (for details contact 519-402-6640 or e-mail williamkohut@yahoo.com). Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Caroline’s Guestbook” at mccormackfuneralhomesarnia.com. Donations - Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (jw.org - donations).

Visitation & Services

No Visitation

Zoom Memorial Service

January 29, 2022

2 pm.

On Zoom

Disposition

Lakeview Crematorium

Masks

Masks are requested for entry to McCormack Funeral Home.

Cremation

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Family Memories

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Condolences

During the "good old days in Dow Sarnia " Caroline was our receptionist and she was the best receptionist in the world Loved by all Just a lovely lady who will be missed by all Graham and Joan Sweeney

"Where a beautiful soul has been, there are beautiful memories left behind." There are many people that were associated with Dow Chemical, that will have lots of memories of Caroline's kindness and helpfulness as we honour "Caroline" - our Receptionist-Extraordinaire. Blessings to all Caroline's family and friends.
Eleanor Watson

My deep condolences to Mike and the family. Caroline always greeted me with a smile and cheerful word as she ran the reception desk at Dow. Her memory for names is amazing. When I spoke with her I knew she gave me her undivided attention, regardless of how busy she might be. I shall remember her in my prayers
Marshall Kern

I had the good fortune to work with Caroline for 13 years. She was the warmest most welcoming individual I ever met. If you had a client come in to Dow, the first thing they usually said was who is that welcoming Lady at your reception desk. She made sure I knew where the washroom was and where to hang up my coat, asked about my travels and if I was slow to get to reception she had time to ask about their family. As a human being and a representative of Dow Chemical;Caroline could never be matched. Rest in Peace dear friend, your family knows you have gone to be with your Lord and Maker
Richard Burr

We are truly saddened by the news of Caroline's passing. She was a very gentle and noble soul who always did more for others. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Mike and your entire family.
Tom & Penny Strifler

So sorry to hear of Carolyn's passing. I worked with her at Dow. Truly the best receptionist ever!! I remember when she won an award at Dow for her excellent customer focus. Well deserved, and congratulated by all who knew her.
Kathy Watts

Sending our condolences to you Mike at this sensitive time. Caroline was always a bright light in the day! She always wore a smile on her face and showed she cared for others in every way possible! She will be forever remembered and loved by so many.
Love
Chris & Mary-Lynn Kohut & Family
CHRIS & MARY-LYNN KOHUT

I met Caroline when I moved to the Modeland Road office. She was so helpful, kind and just an overall happy person. She always went above and beyond to help me with anything that I needed. I always enjoyed my visits to her desk when she would call for something that needed to be picked up. My deepest condolences to her family. RIP Caroline
LINDA STAMOS

I have known Caroline from my time working at Dow. She was a ray of sunshine! Lovely woman, she will be missed by many.
GAÉTANE LEROUX

Sorry to hear of Caroline’s passing , she lit up Dow’s reception area with her constant smile . I am certain that everyone who passed her desk felt happier .
JOHN MOORE

So sorry to hear of Caroline passing away. I worked with her at Dow for many years. She went above and beyond to please her fellow employees. If one of us wanted a job done we would always consult Caroline first. Every job was done in a timely and efficient manner. Thanks for many happy memories. RIP dear Caroline.
WENDY NIENHUIS

Very sad to hear of Caroline’s death. She truly was a beautiful woman. We got to know her when she worked for Dow. She always had a big smile on her face and would do anything to make your day better. Enjoy your new adventure Caroline💕
BONNIE AND BOB MCCALL

I had the privilege and pleasure of working with Caroline at the Dow Bldg. on Modeland Rd. She was always friendly and always helpful to visitors. I am sure she will be missed by a lot of co-workers.
ROBERT HOWARD

I had the pleasure of knowing Caroline during her time at Dow Modeland Road. She always had a pleasant smile and kindness. She ensured that guests coming into the building felt welcomed. She would help in anyway she could. I believe she was the best of the best receptionist. We have lost a beautiful soul.
IRENE WILLIAMS

To all Caroline’s family our deepest condolences. Losing a loved one is never easy. I will always remember her kind and caring nature when we met.
CRAIG AND JO-ANN KOHUT

Caroline and I had lunch together for many years when I worked at Dow Modeland Rd. She was always so pleasant and most helpful to all who came to Dow Modeland Rd. for whatever the reason. She really was a receptionist’s receptionist and received many awards as such. She was a wonderful work friend and lunch companion for many years until I was relocated to Dow, Vidal St. I am sure she will be greatly missed by all her family members, both young and old!
JANET ATKIN

We are so sorry to hear about Carol’s passing. She was always a friendly and upbeat person. She will be missed. Sincere condolences.
RUTH AND CAREY KOHUT

I was so sad to read of Caroline's passing. She was a truly a beautiful lady inside and out. Caroline always went above and beyond. It was never an inconvenience, so long as it made someone else's life easier, her job was done. She left a positive mark on everyone she met. She will be dearly missed. "Well done good and faithful servant."
JACKIE WINSOR

I didn't visit the Modeland Centre often, but I always enjoyed greeting Carolyn at reception when I did. She was so cheery and helpful, she had the perfect personality for her job. My condolences to her family.
FRED BROWN

Caroline was my first contact with Dow when I came to Sarnia to be interviewed for my job. She exuded warmth and hospitality and immediately made me feel like I was someone special. Her smile and kindness will be sorely missed.
VIRGINIA KINCHSULAR

Carolyn was such a nice person, always doing her best to service her clients. Such a pleasure to interact and work with at Dow. R.I.P. Carolyn. You will be missed.
JUDY GOODHAND

I had the privilege of working with Carolyn at the Dow Modeland Road office for many years and in that timeframe I don’t know if I ever saw her without a welcoming smile and the eagerness to help you in anyway she could. You will be missed and never forgotten.
LINDA CARON

My sympathy to Caroline’s family and friends. Caroline will definitely be remembered for her pleasant disposition. She was the kindest person and always had a friendly attitude towards anyone she dealt with at Dow. She will be missed.
ALMA ((LOZIER) MIDDLETON