Craig Wilson (columnist)

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Craig Wilson
Born Medina, NY
Occupation columnist
Nationality American
Relatives June Wilson mother

Craig Wilson was a columnist for USA Today. He was a feature writer at the newspaper for over two decades. He wrote his The Final Word column each Wednesday from 2000 to 2013. He is also the author of It's the Little Things: An Appreciation of Life's Simple Pleasures (Random House, ISBN 0-375-75896-8).[1]

Prior to joining USA Today, Wilson was a columnist for the Saratogian in Saratoga Springs, New York.[2]

He was an AFS Intercultural Programs exchange student to Great Britain in 1966.

In 2013, he left USA Today after a buyout.[3]

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  1. ^ "The Final Word: Craig Wilson". USA Today. 2005-04-01. Retrieved 2007-09-10. 
  2. ^ Wilson, Craig (Nov 6, 2005). "From small-town to big-time: USA Today writer has fond memories of his tenure here". Saratogian. 
  3. ^ Wilson, Craig (2013-05-08). "Final Word: I'll miss you the most". USA Today. Retrieved 2013-05-08.