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February 28, 2012
Craig,
I miss you terribly. You were like an older brother to me, and I look up to you. You are my hero. You showed everyone your strength, and kept smiling through the worst of times. The day you died, was the day I truly learned about death, and realized I was no longer, and could no longer be a little girl.
I wish you could have stayed to watch me turn sixteen, see my driver's license, graduate high school and college, etc.
Now I know why Pa died when he did. It was to get to Heaven before you, so he could show you the way around. Mommom is now with you both, and I know they are both taking very good care of you.
I am very proud to be your cousin, and I am going to try to do my best in everything I do, to live life how you would have wanted me to, but also, since you cannot.
You are in my prayers, and I think about you everyday.
I love you.
xoxo
February 28, 2012
Craig,
I miss you terribly. You were like an older brother to me, and I look up to you. You are my hero. You showed everyone your strength, and kept smiling through the worst of times. The day you died, was the day I truly learned about death, and realized I was no longer, and could no longer be a little girl.
I wish you could have stayed to watch me turn sixteen, see my driver's license, graduate high school and college, etc.
Now I know why Pa died when he did. It was to get to Heaven before you, so he could show you the way around. Mommom is now with you both, and I know they are both taking very good care of you.
I am very proud to be your cousin, and I am going to try to do my best in everything I do, to live life how you would have wanted me to, but also, since you cannot.
You are in my prayers, and I think about you everyday.
I love you.
xoxo
May 18, 2009
Much time has passed since Craig's passing, and yet the hurt has not. Everytime I hear about the Phillies or Flyers I fall apart. I guess in time we'll learn to live with this, but I still have a hard time accepting what happened to Craig. Craig, i hope you are doing well, and know that we all love and miss you very much!
March 6, 2009
To Craig,
God gave us one of his greatest gifts --- you. Words can't express how happy we were, although our time together was much too short.
We enjoyed so much about you and will always cherish our time with you. Playing games, reading books, trips to Dutch Wonderland and the Jersey Shore, watching you and your cousin Nate in the pool. We witnessed your first steps, swallowing your first pill, you playing ball and growing up to be a handsome, confident and determined young man. These are just a few of the many memories we shared together.
Of all the photographs I have in the many albums, my favorite is the one I have uploaded to this site. It was taken of you and your dad just prior to receiving your First Holy Communion. I hope that others can enjoy this photograph as much as I have.
God took you home with him, and although your suffering is over, this is truly the greatest pain of all. I will always love you and pray for you. I will never, ever forget you.

Love and prayers,
Grandmom Anderson
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