Stanley Russel Craig, Jr.
Former longtime Lincoln resident Stanley Russel Craig Jr. passed away on November 8 at his home, Case Mill Farm in Westport , at age 70. Born in Atlanta, Craig grew up in Indiana and Illinois, spent his teen years in Glendale, Calif. He served with distinction in the Air Force during the Vietnam War.
After being discharged, he earned a B.S. in chemistry and electrical engineering at the University of Wisconsin. His graduate education included a Harvard A.M. in physical and biophysical chemistry and an MBA from Harvard Business School. His interest in high tech and management led him through leadership with various companies, including Teradyne, McKinsey, Genrad, DEC, Arthur D. Little, and Anderson Consulting. Recent consulting included Imthera and Reliant Heart. A knowledgeable wine and food enthusiast, he was also an accomplished farmer and sailor.
Craige is sadly missed by his wife Suze, with whom he recently celebrated a 47th anniversary, his two sons Ole and Linz, and two grandchildren, Sabine and Ole. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in his name to the Livestock Institute, P.O. Box 879, Westport, MA 02790, or Friends of Westport Library, P.O. Box 3342, Westport, MA. On his birth date (Sunday, March 25), Case Mill Farm invites his friends to a wine and tapas “Russabration” from 1–4 p.m. Bring a written anecdote to share and to leave for a memory book.
Daniel Tassel, (October 23) — internist, photographer, birdwatcher.
Michael Tannert, 89 (July 2) — General Dynamics engineer, mountaineer.