Angela Kay (Angie) Wall Craig, age 57, of Daingerfield, Texas passed away Saturday, August 21, 2021.
Angie is the daughter of the late Joseph C. Wall and Sandra Niebeling Hale and stepdaughter of Connie Wall and Jeff Hale, all of Atlanta.
Angie is survived by husband Donnie Craig of Daingerfield. She was the devoted mother of two, Shane Messer and wife Maura of Nacogdoches and Stephanie Messer Ford, husband Aaron, and Grangie/Nonna to four grandchildren Camaron, Kendale, Sawyer, and Emersyn Ford of Texarkana. Angie is survived by two sisters, Becky Wall Lipham and husband Joe Kim of Texarkana and Camille Wall Sherman and husband Kevin of Atlanta. Surviving sister-in-laws are Angie Al-Dasari of Arlington and Gwen Esslinger and husband Mark of Mt. Pleasant.
Surviving nieces and nephews are Macy Lipham Ackermann, husband Jake, and great-nephew Henry of Allen, Cole Lipham of Dallas, Faith and Hallie Lipham of Texarkana, Chloe and Kyson Sherman of Atlanta, Justin Craig and wife Brittany of McKinney, Rance Craig and wife Rachel of Mt. Pleasant, Matthew Craig and wife Jaime of Mt. Pleasant, Mechele Kapsner and husband Steve of Rockwall, Susan Gage and husband Barry of Talco, Kandi Kraner of Mt. Pleasant, and numerous great-nieces and great-nephews.
She is survived by three aunts: Dorothy Wall Cook and husband Kenneth of St. Amant, Louisiana; Glenda Wall Dayton of Texarkana and Austin, and Cynthia Niebeling Whittington and husband Don of Gilmer. Angie is predeceased by her father, Joseph C. Wall, paternal grandparents, Elder Loyd and Ruby Wall, maternal grandparents Katherine Welcher Nix and Lester Edward Niebeling, uncle’s Douglas Paul Niebeling, Rickey Lynn Niebeling, Thomas Anderson Wall, aunt Kay Niebeling, mother and father inlaw Otis and Mary Craig of Mt. Pleasant, and brother inlaws Ronnie and Jimme E. Craig of Mt. Pleasant.
Angie graduated from Daingerfield High School in 1982. She then attended Kilgore College and began her career in the banking industry. She later pursued a nursing degree while raising her children and working full time.
She graduated with honors from Texarkana College Nursing program in May 1996. Her 20-year-calling as a registered nurse in the Ark-La-Tex area led to work in hospitals, home health, and hospice, but it was ultimately in hospice where her true calling was most evident. The stories of her dedication, empathy, and loving care of the sick and dying abound.
Visitation was held at Hanner Funeral Home Thursday, August 26 from 6-8 p.m. in Atlanta, Texas.
Funeral services were Friday, August 27 at 10 a.m. at Hanner Funeral Home.
Interment will be at Huffines Community Cemetery.
Guest registry is available at www.hannerfuneralservice.com.