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Craig William Tyler Bargo

October 27, 1988 ~ April 13, 2020 (age 31)



          Craig William Tyler Bargo, age 31 of Cannon, Kentucky departed this life on Monday, April 13, 2020 at his home. He was the son of Beverly (Ledford) and Pete Evans.  He was born in Barbourville, Kentucky on October 27, 1988. He was a 2010 graduate of Lynn Camp High School where he was an all-star student athlete and he had also attended Eastern KY University. He was a member of the Apple Grove Baptist Church.

          Craig always enjoyed sports, especially basketball, and played on many all-star basketball and baseball teams. He enjoyed playing video games, playing cards and spoiling his nephew, Jorah. From childhood, Craig was an outgoing, friendly individual who enjoyed many friendships in his short life. He was a kind person who would help anyone in any way he could. His light will be missed in this world.

          He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Charles Ledford, his uncles, Curtis Ledford, Mark Davis and Charlie Heath; and a cousin, Will Heath.

          Craig is survived by his parents, Beverly and Pete, an older brother, Joshua and a step-brother, Christopher Cody Evans, his maternal grandmother, Vivian Ledford; his aunts, Charlene Heath and Tricia Davis, Sheila Abner and husband Stacy and Freda Smith and husband Darryl, and a very special nephew, Jorah. He also leaves behind several extended family members and friends to mourn his passing.

Funeral services for Craig will be private. He will be laid to rest in the Ledford, Townsley & Evans Cemetery at Cannon, Kentucky with pallbearers being, Josh Bargo, Pete Evans, Darryl Smith, Nick Smith, Stacy Abner, Quentin Mills and Paul Bays.

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