Dr. Craig Robert Johnson Ph.D.

South St Paul, Minnesota

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Please look after Baijon in this moment in time when she needs you the most. I pray that she makes it through and that you help her.

I miss you so much Craig n I don't understand why you left us

I miss you so much.

I send my deepest sympathy and best wishes to Craig's family and friends. I knew him as a student at Gustavus where he was a joy to have in class and was a fine human being. His life was much too short but in it he accomplished an amazing amount. I know he will be missed by many people. Such a great loss. (Thomas Gover, Richfield, MN)

My condolences to the family. I was one of Craig's teachers at Gustavus and got to know him quite well. He was an extremely bright young man and, clearly, went on to accomplish great things in his way-too-short life. I regret that I lost touch with Craig. He was a fine fellow and a fine academician.

We know you Craig through your Mom and Dad, two the finest people God put on earth. This by association makes you a great person also. Plus Barb and Jerry couldn't help but feel proud of you and your academic and work accomplishments. Of course it goes without saying, Ayden was a constant source of pride and joy, with his journeys with Pooh into the hundred acre woods. Thank you for sharing him with them. You will always remain part of their lives and be missed. Through them you have been...

craig you were such an amazing uncle, always playing with me and my sisters when we were little. i will always treasure my memories with you and will keep you in my thoughts forever. i love you soo very much and hope to see you again one day.....

love your niece,

I was thinking back to the days of playing baseball in Ackerman's backyard, and how simple things were then. Craig was such a good friend. The world will have a void without him in it, and is a better place because of him. We will miss you.

I was so happy to enjoy some time with Craig at Mabel's birthday this fall. I loved watching him play with Ayden by the barn. So many other great memories with Craig and your family. He will be missed by me and everyone who knew him. Rest in peace Cuz...


Craig's Obituaries

Loving Father, Son, and Brother Passed away Feb. 20, 2011 Age 47. Memorial service Weds. March 2 at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, 3930 Rahn Rd., Eagan with a Gathering 1 hour prior to the service at church. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Craig's son, Ayden. 651-454-9488

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