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Brooke Craig

 

Craig, June 26th 2024 peacefully at Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brooke, Starboard Court, Brighton and formerly of Limepark, Armoy, much loved father of Jayne, Cathy, Cara, Sophia, Christine and Hannah and a dear father in law and grandfather.

Funeral Service  has taken place in Armoy Presbyterian Church, burial in the adjoining graveyard.

Donations in lieu of flowers, if desired, to Armoy Presbyterian Church Building Fund c/o DJM Robinson & Son, 121 Culcrum Road, Cloughmills. BT44 9DT.

Lovingly Remembered. “The Lord is my Shepherd”.

 


Messages of Condolence


I am deeply saddened to hear about the passing of uncle Brooke. He was a truly remarkable man who played an important role and was an immensely influential figure in my formative years, providing guidance, support, and wisdom during a very difficult period. His presence at the family home of Limepark will always be cherished and remembered fondly by me. Trips to Limepark to see the Craig family are some of my happiest memories.

“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal” (Seamus Heaney)

Please know that my thoughts and love are with you Jayne, Cathy, Cara, Sophia, Christine, Hannah, and the entire family during this difficult time. May the memories of your father bring you comfort and peace. He will always be remembered by me as a true gentleman in every sense of the word.

Will McQuitty-Munnis


A great loss to many people, especially all Brookes wonderful daughters. The community of Armoy, where many a ploughing match was held at Lime Park, many a fantastic rugby match was held. And to me, working my summer’s at Uncle Brooke’s farm, lambing sheep. Thanks for all the good times, and helping me through the bad times. Will always have a huge respect for you and your entire family. “time passes but not one day goes by that you are not here in my heart”. The day you died was not just a date on a calendar, it was the day my very existence changed forever. God rest your soul, and thank you for the wonderful knowledge you taught, and the love your family gave me.

Bobby Munnis


I am deeply saddened to hear of Brooke’s passing – my condolences to all his beautiful daughters and extended family. He deserves great credit for saving all the farmyard buildings allowing these iconic structures to be passed on for future generations. Many a conversation that started with “where does that pipe run to “ ended in a discussion about the meaning of life. RIP.

John Ward


 

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