Winters Robinson Craft Jr., 69, of Fulton died Oct. 22, 2008 at John D. Archbold Hospital in Thomasville, Ga. He was born July 11, 1939 in Cunningham. He was the owner of Crafts Style Shop in Fulton.
Survivors include his son, Winters "Robby" Craft III, Mobile; one daughter, Angie Craft Lewis, Thomasville; step-father, Roy Crenshaw, Morvin; two brothers, Charles Craft, Coffeeville, Gary Craft, Jackson; brother-in-law, Hank Dunagan, Coffeeville; two grandchildren, Ethan Lewis, Ty Lewis, both of Thomasville; a very special friend, Billy Fendley, Fulton.
The service was Oct. 25 at 2 p.m. at O'Bryant Chapel Funeral Home with Rev. Bill Faircloth officiating. Burial was in the Evergreen Memorial Gardens in Thomasville.
Active pallbearers were Jimmy Davis, Ken Hamilton, Ricky Dunagan, Rodney Craft, Tony Sheffield, Randall Robertson, Lynn Criswell and Gray Skipper.
Honorary pallbearers were Morris Allday, Murphy Clarke, Ben Garner, Ronal Dunagan, Donal Dunagan, Paul Newton, Billy Criswell, Mike Norris, Bobby Keahey, Dennis Drinkard, Charlie Doby, Francis Powell, Charlie Hamilton, Donnie Barnes, Davis Deas, Jeff Deas, Jimmy Butts, Dwight Harrigan, Jackie Duke, Richard Waller, Ray Sheffield, Randy Sheffield, Dick Postma, Jeff Harrigan, Buddy Davis, Carvell Rowell, Jackie Boy Jarman, Larry Gates, Dwayne Gates, Chip Harrigan, Jim Dunagan, Eguene Dunagan and Judge Hardie Kimbrough.