Natomas Journal Publisher & Editor Dies

Will Craig, publisher of the Natomas Journal, died today (April 10, 2009) at 1:00 p.m. of lung disease.

His family was with him, and wishes to thank those who offered support and good wishes during his short illness.

Further information will be released as it develops.


  1. We will all miss him, and many thanks to him for his committment, involvement and love for our Natomas community. There will never be another Will.

  2. Our thoughts are with Willie. We will love him forever.
    Mary and Greg from Santa Cruz

    Please think of our old friend as you listen in his memory.

  3. Will Craig will be missed. The world seems more empty without him.

    Mary – that was a beautiful song. Thank you for that.

    Kelley Cantrell

  4. Molly Fling says

    Will will be greatly missed both for himself and his commitment to the Natomas area. We owe him a lot.

  5. I worked with Will during the last five years as one of his Photographers and contributed to LIEFESTYLE, section of the Natomas Journal. His professionalism and friendship will be missed.

  6. Josi Juarez says

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Will and his family. Will was a great supporter of the Natomas Community. The Gardenland/Northgate Neighborhood Association will miss him and his commitment and participation in their efforts to improve the community.

  7. I’m very sorry to hear this…Will was such a huge part of Natomas for so long.

  8. I was privileged to work with a community advocate. Will supported the Natomas community and brought the issues to the forefront. He collaborated with the Natomas Community Associations on many efforts. He will be greatly missed.

  9. RIP, Will.

    We know how much he cared about Natomas and how hard he fought to make it better. He leaves a void that will be hard to fill.

  10. Anonymous says

    Natomas will miss Will. So will I.

    Cher Ekasala

  11. Anonymous says

    Willie was a favorite friend of mine. I will miss his special holiday card and the little videos he would send of our friends having fun in Santa Cruz. Rest in Peace dear friend, Sylvia Blazo

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