For those who haven't seen the messages on Facebook, I would just like to let you know about Mary Craig. She was one of my friends on here for many years, and sadly she passed away yesterday. So sad when we lose someone that made us smile, laugh and just enjoy their company. Tillsontitan was a lovely lady.
We will miss her.
Amen to that. I just loved her. Such a beautiful person. She was so very sick with that horrible Cancer. At least now she is out of pain and is free. May God Bless Her.
I agree Nell. She was a great writer who wrote some really good stories. When someone dies from cancer after all therapy has been given, then I like to think that they are pain free and with God in heaven. The bible speaks of happiness in heaven. Read Psalms 23. RIP Mary..
Sad for all of us here on HubPages to lose someone so bright, witty, kind, funny. I'll never forget the encouragement she gave me here as I published a series of chapters in my novel. She was always quick to comment and share a positive thought. She was a beacon of sunshine and a great writer. I remember when she won the award for best avatar in her Halloween outfit. What a character. I'm already missing her. RIP Mary. Love you.
I was so very sorry to hear about Mary. Prayers for her family.
OMG, I'm shocked! Oh, Nell this is so sad. She and I became buddies outside of HP (virtually). I knew she wasn't doing well a while back. I should have stayed in closer touch with her. I will miss her.
Thank you for sharing this devastating news.
I found Mary's obituary. At the end, you'll see how we can pay it forward for all Mary has done for us and everyone she's touched.
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dailyf … =181996659
So very sorry to hear this. She was a wonderful presence on HubPages.
Christy, I join you and the others in showing sympathies and prayers to Mary Craig's family and friends. She was, as you say, a wonderful presence on HubPages.
What a lasting legacy for someone to leave behind after providing us so much laughter and uplifting text.
OH NO........she was nice & will be missed dearly.
didn't know her. but r.i.p (return if possible) to a fellow hubber
I'm so sorry to hear this. She will be missed. Thanks for letting us know, Nell.
I was very sad to see this today. Mary was always quick to comment or respond with meaningful and special remarks and I always enjoyed her writing. I will miss her on HubPages.
I loved Mary. She was an amazing, beautiful and courageous woman. I always enjoyed reading her hubs. She was a wonderful writer. She always made me feel special when she left comments on my hubs. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
I will see you later, Dear Mary, sweet friend.
Mary was a wonderful writer and even had a children's book published. Her friendly presence will be dearly missed at HubPages.
Hi Hubbers and friends of Mary. We followed one another for some years. So sad she has left us and will be missed by many
May her soul rest in peace. A dear friendly soul, she will be missed.
Very sad news. Tillsontitan was one of the first hubbers I came to love at HP. I thought she had the best costumes for her avatar. I always voted for her for Hubbies. I will miss seeing her. RIP, Mary.
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