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Craig V. Coffman

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1967 - 2020 (Age 53)

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Craig V. Coffman of Brookfield passed away at his home July 19, 2020 at the age of 53. He was born in Stamford, Connecticut on June 30, 1967 the son of Morris R. and Sandra L. (nee: Grimmer) Coffman. Craig graduated from UW-Madison in 1989 with a degree in mechanical engineering, then went on to...

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Our sons were grade school friends with Craig, please know we share your grief. You are in our prayers.
Blessings,
Mel and Dottie Feder

Our deepest sympathy to Craig's family during this very sad time. We are long time customers, and will always think of Craig as the energetic, trustworthy and kind man we've come to know all these years. Dedicated to his business and respected in our community..... He will be missed. We hope that his family honors his memory by keeping this 3rd generation business going. What a lovely legacy for Craig. Keeping you in our prayers.

Our family has been a customer of Craig’s for many years. Has installed several systems. Best product and Great service around. But most importantly, Craig was a good man, classmate, and proud to call him a friend. RIP Craig!

Craig and his father kept our lawns green for 35 years. Everything about the company he ran was top shelf! We never hesitated to give the company a five star recommendation.
Hold on to the happy memories shared; they will keep Craig alive in your hearts and mind. He will continue to live on through you.
Life is not forever but love is. May you find comfort and peace through Gods promises.
It is an honor to have known Craig.
Steve & Judy Fleming Jeff & Meme...

I’m so glad I got to know Craig and make memories with him. He was the kindest and most outgoing person! Always put a smile on everyone’s face...RIP Craig

s one of his customers for the last 25 years, Craig defined service. He delivered it with a smile.

My deepest sympathies to Craig’s family. I knew Craig almost his entire life, from the time he was a little kid playing with my younger brother and their friends. He and I remained in contact through his business as well. He was a great guy and he will be missed. His laugh and energy were infectious and I always enjoyed talking with him. His passing is extremely sad, may he Rest In Peace.

My sincere condolences to the Coffman family. I have known Craig and his father for many years. I admired him as a man, business man, father, and friend. No one had a better sense for customer service than Craig.

Our hearts are sooooo heavy to hear of Craig’s passing. Our sons played junior lancer basketball together and there are countless number of times my husband and I sat with Craig to watch our boys (his Daniel & our Danny) play games. Craig absolutely enjoyed supporting Daniel at his basketball games and cheering him on. I’m sure he did the same for his older son! Craig and I also worked b-ball concessions together just this last January and he was so much fun to be around and work with! He...