Rest in Peace Rick CravenLike many in Sugar Creek, the staff of the Sugar Creek Herald was saddened to learn of the passing of Rick Lee “Fingers” Craven, who died at his home November 5 at the age of 62.
Rick had just retired a little over a month ago from his job at the Clay County Correctional Center. His true love was playing the piano. Rick was widely known as a master pianist, and over the years played backup keyboards for Jerry Lee Lewis, Conway Twitty, and other nationally known recording artists.
His family suggests donations to the Alzheimer’s Foundation. The Herald staff takes comfort from the fact that Rick did not personally suffer from this disease. His talent, wit, and friendliness will never be forgotten by those who knew him.
Anna Berislavich Laid to RestThe City of Sugar Creek and the Herald staff offer condolences to the family of Anna (Pollo) Berislavich, who passed away at the age of 93. She was a lifelong resident and a lifetime member of St. Cyril’s Alter Society, and she will be remembered and missed by all who knew her. Her family suggests contributions to the Catholic Community Hospice in Overland Park.
More CondolencesWe offer our condolences to the family of Julio Cruz Ramirez Sr., a Marine Corps Veteran of the Korean War, who passed away on October 23 at the age of 79. He had been married to Marie (Zevecke) Ramirez for 50 years.
We also offer our condolences to the family of Mary Shields, who passed away on October 17 at the age of 81.