Craig Kinney

Born: Wed., Jan. 9, 1985
Died: Tue., May 21, 2019

Funeral Service


3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thu., May 30, 2019
Location: William D. Elkin Funeral Home

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Craig Edwin Kinney passed away unexpectedly
Tuesday, May 21, 2019. He was born to Kathy Kinney
and the late Craig W. Kinney Jr. on January 9, 1985.
Surviving are a brother, Christian Robert Kinney
and nephew Caiden Raymond
Kinney. He is also survived by his
grandfathers Edwin Wroblewski
and Craig W. Kinney Sr. and his
uncles, aunts, cousins, and many
many friends.
Craig was preceded in death by
his grandmothers Donna Wroblewski
and Peggy Kinney.
Craig came into this world a
mighty little, curly-blonde, blueeyed
beauty. He grew to be a burly,
cuddly, bear-huggin’ man. His laughter filled rooms
accompanied by his signature smile.
Craig grew up in French Creek, N.Y. Growing up he
attended Clymer Central School and graduated from
Sherman Central School. He worked at Peak n’ Peek,
Heils Trucking, and recently Bay Valley Foods in
North East.
He was known for his love of WWF, of which he
practiced many hours on his little brother. Craig was
a full-force fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers or anything
Craig will be sorely missed by his mother, brother,
and family as well as anyone who came in contact
with him. Friends may call at the William D. Elkin
Funeral Home, 65 South Lake Street, North East on
Thursday from 3:00 p.m till 7:00 p.m.
Memorials may be made to Clymer Fire Station No.
1 at 8756 W. Main Street Clymer, NY 14724.

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Jamie Szpak
   Posted Wed May 29, 2019
Craig, you were an amazing friend and brother in-law, you will be sorely missed.

Laurie Rubner
   Posted Thu May 30, 2019
Rest in peace my friend. I will miss you and your great big laugh.

   Posted Fri May 31, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss. The majority of us are not strangers to loss. Many who have experienced loss find these practical suggestions helpful. Allow yourself time to grieve, talk about your thoughts and feelings, accept help, draw closer to God, visualize the resurrection. Doing these things has given many people, myself included, the strength to go on. My sincere condolences at this difficult time.

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