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In Memory of
Craig R. Johnson
1950 - 2018
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Condolence: Death is so unfair. The scriptures tell us that death is the “last enemy” to be brought to nothing at 1 Cor 15:26. In the meantime, may your family find comfort in God’s word at Rev 21:4 which says: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
Condolence: Sue and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Craig’s passing. I have many fond memories of him. I was there when he won the city championship in wrestling and the thrill it brought the entire family. I also remember seeing him in his army reserve uniform and how proud I was to be his cousin. I will miss his kindness and how he was always ready to help anyone in need. If I can do anything to help please let me know.
Condolence: Sue and Family, Please accept my deepest sympathy. I was unaware of Craig's illness since it has been quite some time since I've last seen him. I always enjoyed being around him, sharing laughs, and our years together at Bowsher. I hope Mr. Clay isn't waiting for him!
Condolence: To Sue and the entire Johnson Family—I remember Craig and the Johnson family from my childhood—when the Kazmaiers, Johnsons, Gaertners (the Gibbons Girl’s as my Grandma and Dad-Rosella and Joe Elliff called them) got together for family gatherings. So sad to hear of his passing—please accept my condolences. I apologize too for not making the service and bringing my Dad, as I only work on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and my Dad has been in the hospital and then Kingston rehab the past few weeks. This has played havoc with my schedule & I can’t call in with another schedule change again this week. I would love to see you all again and pay my respects and give my condolences in person. I’m so sorry for your loss.
Condolence: My sincere condolences go out to the Johnson family. Although I have not seen Craig in many, many years, I was always fond of Craig. We played football against one another in the old LIbbey/Bowsher rivalry and became good friends after high school. Craig always had a kind word and was a complete gentleman. It was my pleasure and honor to know him. All my best......
Condolence: The Johnson family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Craig was a good man and it was my pleasure to call him a friend. We had many good times at TPS along with Dan The Man The ELECTRICIAN Man Dan Strance Craig's partner. He will be missed by many. MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
Condolence: Hi Su ...... thinking of you and the girls and sadnesss fills my heart. Craig was by far one of the funniest , laid back guys I've ever known. He never met a stranger and had a smile and big hug whenever I would bump into him at school. I am positive he was an awesome fun Grandpa and I bet those grandkids are having a rough time too.
I remember all the fun times we had together .... seems like yesterday. I know this will be tough on you but remember God is in control and will be by your side every minute to help you get through this. This I know unfortunately with the loss of Brady's son Jack almost 3 years ago and I still struggle with it and they"why" every day. Prayers and love to you and your family from all the Fineske's 💔.
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