Industry veteran Johnny Craig dies

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John “Johnny” Craig died on November 25, 2019. Craig, who was 64, spent his entire career in the boating industry. “Johnny was born in Jacksonville, Fla. where he followed in his father's footsteps beginning his career at Gator Boat Trailers,” read his obituary.

During his career, Craig also worked for Shoreline Trailers, Sunbird, Stingray, Sea Hunt Boats, and most recently as a sales manager at NauticStar. “He made many friendships that have lasted to this day,” said the obituary.

Craig is survived by his wife, Candace, a son and daughter, sister and many other family and friends. 


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