Craig you faded from our lives so quickly. What a joy you were to all of us on the block, as we would get together with our dogs and let them play and socialize. As we talk and remember you, we can still see you running joyfully down the street as Sugar pulls you along in such a hurry to see his other furry little friends. It was always clear to us how you loved your dog and people. You always had kind words for anyone, and a loving glow for life. You are sorely missed, but you will be forever in our hearts and minds.
With a gentle hug of good bye,
one of your neighbors,
We did not know Craig or his family but our sympathy and sorrow for our dear friends, Craig's parents Chuck and Brenda, is more than we can express with words. We pray for you both that God will give you strength during this time and the days ahead. We pray for Scott, Craig's brother and his family, as well as all family members during this difficult time. Brenda, my best friend since high school, you know we love you and Chuck and our hearts and prayers are with you both.
We give thanks to Craig's friends at Innovation who helped him through the last months. We are sorry we could not meet you. Only those who have lost a son or daughter could understand our sorrow now.
You are gone far too soon.
Thinking of you Craig.God bless all of your loved ones you will be missed.Love Bebetta
I also worked with Craig at Innovation, and enjoyed the time we worked together. Craig was always willing to step in and help out. As I ran out of gas heading up the hill, it was Craig who stopped, drove me to the gas station, and made sure everything was ok with my car. I will always remember him for all his kindness. He will be missed.
I worked with Craig for many years at Innovation and was proud to call him my friend! He was always helpful, courteous and friendly to everyone he met. He will be greatly missed by all.