Graveside services for Jeremy Scott Craddock, 38, of Blackville, SC will be held two o’clock p.m., Thursday, September 17, 2020 at the Bamberg County Memory Gardens with the Reverends Billy Wayne Harsey and John Sharpe officiating. Due to the current pandemic and the CDC regulations, social distancing and other guidelines will be in place. The service will be live-streamed on our Official Folk Funeral Home - Live Stream Facebook page for those unable to attend.
Born in Bamberg, SC, he was a son of Harris Doluphy Craddock, Jr. and Debra Lynn Elkins. He was a self-employed carpenter and was a member of Cornerstone Community Church. He loved spending time with his kids and family; loved people and was a good hearted person. Jeremy would help anyone in need; he was a jokester who was always fun to be around. Most importantly, Jeremy loved God.
Survivors include his wife Tonya Lynn Harsey Craddock; his parents Harris (Nancy) Craddock, Jr. of Jonesborough, TN and Debra L. Elkins (Stanley Still) of Blackville, SC; three daughters Destiny Nicole Craddock (Justin Long) of Ehrhardt, Raylyn Gracie Craddock and Adleigh Claire Craddock both of Bamberg; a sister Stacey (Tony) Kittrell of Cordova; a mother-in-law, Frances Wood Harsey of Bamberg; sister-in-law Sherry (Tommy) Allen; nieces and nephews Kristen (Michael) Fisher, Zoe Kittrell (fiancé Hunter); Jordyn Craddock, Tyler Craddock, Ethan Hutto, Derrick Searson, Summer Allen, Brad Allen, and Justin Allen; great niece Harper Grae Herndon and a great nephew Landon Searson.
He was preceded in death by a brother Harris Patrick Craddock and his father-in-law, Toby Ray Harsey.
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