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John William McCraney, Jr
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Birth: Jan. 18, 1932
West Point
Troup County
Georgia, USA
Death: May 23, 2007
Cobb County
Georgia, USA

Dr. John William McCraney, Jr. of Marietta, GA. passed away on Wednesday, May 23, 2007. A native of West Point, GA. Dr. McCraney graduated from Riverside Military Academy and Auburn University in Civil Engineering. After several years in Industrial Construction he joined Batson Cook Company of Atlanta and Tampa, Florida as Vice President. In 1991, he retired from construction to pursue a career in public health by receiving a Masters in Public Health, an MBA and a Doctoral Degree in Public Health at The University of South Florida. He is the son of the late John William McCraney of Columbus, GA. and India Lurline (Hargett) Smollen of Opelika, AL. Graveside services to be conducted at Green Lawn Cemetery Roswell, GA. on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 1:00 PM.
Charitable contributions may be made to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Gift Processing Department, 1687 Tullie Circle NE, Atlanta, GA. 30329-2316. Northside Chapel Funeral Directors & Crematory, Roswell, GA. 770-645-1414.

Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on May 25, 2007 
Family links: 
  John William McCraney (1906 - 1981)
  India Lurline Hargett Smollon (1907 - 1986)
  Emma Helen McCraney Johnson (1929 - 2009)*
  John William McCraney (1932 - 2007)
*Calculated relationship
Green Lawn Cemetery
Fulton County
Georgia, USA
Maintained by: Charlie Crawford
Originally Created by: Roy Keck
Record added: Jul 30, 2012
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John William McCraney, Jr
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