Prayers For Natomas Journal Publisher Will Craig

The family of Natomas Journal publisher Will Craig would appreciate the prayers and well wishes of Natomas families who have been, and continue to support his monthly paper, which brings news and information to us all.

Will is in the hospital. He has been diagnosed with lung cancer. He is asking to go home and wanting very much to get back to his paper.

Sadly, he was not able to get the February/March issue out before going into the hospital. With the help of his family, they are hoping to get a paper out in March/April, but obviously Will’s health is the priority.

Many of us have written for the Natomas Journal and almost all of us have read the information Will so carefully selected and distributed out into the neighborhood.

Will is a tremendous asset to all of Natomas and we are asking that you join us in sending him your prayers and well wishes.

He is a very private person and is not accepting visitors, however, if you would like to send a card or a note here is the information on how to do just that:

Will Craig
c/o Holly Brickner
2751 Rockaway Lane
Sacramento, CA 95835

or by email to: [email protected]

(Holly is a close friend of the family and will be sure that all your kind words and notes get to Will.)

Let’s keep Will in our thoughts and prayers.

Thank You,

Holly Brickner Co Founder – North Natomas Alliance
Member – Heritage Park HOA
& Angelique Ashby, JD
President – Creekside Neighborhood Association
Co Founder – Natomas Crime & Safety Leadership Team
Leadership – Natomas Police & Community Resource Center
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  • Anonymous

    Will and his paper are a big asset to us Natomas residents. Let’s hope for the best here. Be strong, Will.

  • Anonymous

    Will is a great leader of Natomas, my prayers are with him. If he is unable to run the paper, I hope other community members will step up and keep this great paper going.

  • Wellness With Stiles

    Will has been an icon in Natomas for many years and we are saddened to hear of his illness. We hold Will in our prayers and know that God’s plan is not always easy to understand. We pray that Will and his family will draw strength from both God’s love and the community’s support during these challenging times.

    God bless you and your family, Will.

    Richard and Sandie Stiles

  • Wellness With Stiles

    Will has been an icon in Natomas for many years and we are saddened to hear of his illness. We hold Will in our prayers and know that God’s plan is not always easy to understand. We pray that Will and his family will draw strength from both God’s love and the community’s support during these challenging times.

    God bless you and your family, Will.

    Richard and Sandie Stiles

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