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February 06, 2014
Miss you Craig
January 26, 2014
I first met Craig in Kindergarden and we then became friends.During our College years, we became very close and remained so up until his passing. I will miss our numerous phone chats, which were kept up on a weekly basis. Bit, most of all, I will miss Craig, the man
January 23, 2014
Our families were next-door neighbors from 1950-1957. Craig and I met when we were four years old in Upper Arlington and pretty much grew up together, went to elementary school as classmates, fought the Battle of the Alamo at least a hundred times against Santa Anna in our back yards (part of his family were from Texas,) went through the "whole nine yards" in Boy Scouting (Eagle and the Order of the Arrow,)and then on to our teen years when we "yearned" for the lovely young ladies of Arlington and Columbus.
Years later, after college, Craig volunteered for combat duty in Vietnam and, as we say in the South, "He did the family proud." He spent the rest of his professional life practicing the healing arts and sharing "his gifts" with his patients and his life with his beloved Cathy.
Ask anyone who knew him well about those God-given gifts . . . an amazing human being who inspired us all.
Well-done, good and faithful servant....and Godspeed, old friend.
January 23, 2014
We have the hope of everlasting life that God, who cannot lie, promised long ago. (Titus 1:2)
January 22, 2014
Echoing the thoughts of Steve and Marcia Wunsch, Craig was a man of towering intellect and a big heart who was unfailingly supportive and loyal to his wife and friends. He will be greatly missed and our fond memories of his indomitable spirit will live on forever.
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