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Jack Craig, a long time Elliott-Matsuura Canada employee, has died. He was 91 years old.

Craig began his career with Elliott-Matsuura in 1974, retiring in 2007.

According to those who knew him, he loved machine tools and always strived to provide customers with machine solutions to make them successful. After retiring from Elliott, Jack’s mobility suffered, but he continued to use the internet to sell pre-owned machines with his late son.

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