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Jonathan Craig Fannin

May 9, 1974 — August 2, 2022


Jonathan "Craig" Fannin, age 48 and formerly of the North Webster area, passed away on August 2, 2022 in his home in Osceola.

Born on May 9, 1974, Jonathan was the son of Rodney D. Fannin and Theresa C. (Carnes) Tapley. He was born in Muncie and graduated from Lakeland High School in Lagrange. He spent much of his career in wastewater utilities, most recently as a facilities manager for Utility Services.

Craig loved to fish and hunt – anything that outdoors. He also loved being on the lakes. Although he could be hard to read, he had a good sense of humor and liked to joke around.

Those who knew him best remember him for his orneriness and his love for his family. Survivors include his son, Jonathon “Gage” Fannin (wife, Alyssa) of Syracuse; daughter, Ryleigh Fannin of Bronson, Michigan; granddaughter, Avery Fannin of Syracuse; sister, Miccah West (husband, Jason) of Dunkirk; father, Rodney Fannin (wife, Tracey) of Muncie and mother, Terri Tapley (husband, Jeff ) of Dunkirk. He was preceded in passing by his grandparents.

Arrangements are entrusted to Owen Family Funeral Home of North Webster. Friends may gather there on Saturday, August 20, 2022 between 5 – 8 p.m. Memorial gifts are appreciated by the family to Ducks Unlimited.

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