Condolence From: William Finefrock, Indian River, MI
Condolence: Amy,I'm a little late in sending condolences but I wanted you to know I got word of Craig's passing. I will always remember Craig for his energy and friendliness (you too).Would love to get in touch, Bill
Condolence From: Ellee Peroni, Wheeling, West Virginia
Condolence: we are saddened to hear about Craig. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. THE PERONI FAMILY
Condolence From: Rick Stepputtis, Emerald Isle, North Carolina
Condolence: Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. I knew Craig from years ago when we would be working on one of his dad's construction projects. Both he and his dad had such gregarious upbeat personalities. I have fond memories of those times together and the entire Patton family. So sorry for the loss of both Craig & John.
Condolence From: Thomas Zambori, St.Clairsville, OH
Condolence: I grew up with Craig and Brad in Dix Addition. Craig was an excellent chess player; I don't remember ever winning a game. Battleship, on the other hand, was a different story; I conquered him. My thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.
Condolence From: Sandy and Steve Mead, Galena, Ohio
Condolence: Steve and I are so very sorry for you and C.J.and the automatic changes without Craig. We have never met. We welcome both of you to one of Craigs last projects, when you're ready and when Steve can have visitors. I hope we can get together. Craig loved both CJ and you and a Big puppy, I loved his stories. Peace.
Condolence From: Doug Fraley, Atlanta, Ga
Condolence: I am so sorry for your family's loss. We had great times growing up lots of good memories .
Condolence From: Kelly & Brian Kappler, Lakewood Ranch, FL
Condolence: Joy, Brad, Cindy, and Kevin,
Sending Our deepest sympathy To all of you. Craig was such an amazing guy. Always smiling. I’m so blessed to have shared time with Craig. Great memories.
You are all in our thoughts and Prayers.
Condolence From: Gerald and April Bartley, Dayton, Ohio
Condolence: Our most sincere condolences to the Patton Family. Jr and I have both had the privilege of knowing and working with Craig. He was a wonderful man whose kind and jovial attitude could always make you smile. Our thoughts and prayers of comfort and peace will continue for you! God is collecting his army and he sure received a true soldier! We will miss you Craig!
Condolence From: Yvonne Hand, Tampa, Florida
Condolence: We are so sorry for your loss. Craig will be dearly missed. He was a wonderful, kind, funny man and I will miss his laugh and great sense of humor. He always brought a smile to my face. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and his family.
Condolence From: Karen Hollern, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Amy & C.J., I cannot begin to express how sorry I am for your loss. I feel so fortunate to have known Craig. He always made the lives of others better through his love, kindness, humor and lots of small things that always added up in a very big way. I will never forget his smile and his larger than life personality. Sending you love, prayers and hugs. Karen
Condolence From: Susan Hord, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: OMG Amy We are so sorry! Prayers for you and CJ and Craig's family. He was a great guy. I always called him on his birthday because it was Elvis' birthday too. The world lost a great man, but you guys gained a guardian angel. Taken away too soon, may he rest in peace. Love you guys, Preston Ford, Randy Kratzer, Susan Hord and Brad Overholt.
Condolence From: Doug Easton, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I will miss morning conversations with Craig at our office. We had some great laughs and got some work done as well. He was gifted at providing a positive message no matter the situation. I will miss his contracting consultation. He was a natural leader and his workers loved him. I had the privilege of watching him work through an office renovation. Start to finish, he was an all star. Craig and I shared many things in common. My heart is with the family. Doug Easton
Condolence From: Jim Andres, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I am a pro sales associate for Home Depot in Dublin. Craig has been a special customer of mine for many years. His playful and gentle nature always made it a pleasure to serve him. I will greatly miss our conversations, from politics to family life. Craig was a friend. jim
Condolence From: Jane King-Roby, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: I'm so sad to hear of Craig's passing. Please know my thoughts & prayers are with you Amy & your family at this difficult time. He truly was one of a kind & a joy to be around Sincerely, Jane
Condolence From: Bob Gardiner, Dublin, OH
Condolence: So sorry to hear this news and thoughts and prayers to the family. Craig lived life with such enthusiasm and energy and will always remember him for lifting others with his personality!
Condolence From: Becky Horne, Martins Ferry, OH
Condolence: I am very sorry for the loss of Craig. He and I were buddies as we met at Hilltop School in Colerain. He was a great friend ...gone too soon. He will certainly be missed. Rest In Peace, Craig.
Becky (nee Norris)
Condolence From: Carolyn Edens, Columbus, OH
Condolence: My deepest sympathies to Amy, CJ and Craig's awesome family. I had the pleasure of working with Craig for many years. He had an unbelievable infectious smile and always made you feel special. He will be deeply missed by all who were fortunate enough to know him. In thought and prayers, Carolyn Edens
Condolence From: Nicholas Hayhurst, South Bloomfield, OH
Condolence: We want to tell Amy, CJ and the rest of the family how sorry we are for their loss. We consider ourselves lucky to have known Craig and pray the Lord will give you comfort in your time of grief.
Condolence From: Diana Soencer, Dublin, Oh
Condolence: Amy and Family: My heart hurts. Such a wonderful man. So many awesome memories of Craig on stage teaching aerobics. Such a leader. I am so glad to know him and to have met you. Many hugs...
Condolence From: Marcia and Richard Fraley, Hernando,, MS
Condolence: Our thoughts and prayers are with each and everyone. There are so many family memories of holidays, camping trips, Cedar Point, family meals...laughter unending! And indeed, Craig had the same great laugh that his dad did. Even though as our family and kids grew up and moved in different directions we have never forgotten all the fun times! I can still see Graig carrying all those stuff animals he won at the booths at Cedar Point...
God Bless you all as you go through this very difficult and sad time. May God give you peace and comfort.
Aunt Marcia and Uncle Richard
Condolence From: Denise Badgley, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Amy and C.J. We were so sorry to hear about Craig. He was a wonderful person. I loved his aerobics classes and always enjoyed catching up with all of you when we rode by your house. Sending hugs to your family. Denise and Jim
Condolence From: Rhonda Sutton, Flushing, Oh
Condolence: Amy, CJ, Joy and the Family,
I’m sending you mine deepest sympathies. Craig was a very kind and caring person. I will always remember his smile. CJ your dad was so proud of you. I would ask about you when he was in Denny’s. And his face would lite up and he would smile from ear to ear. Each and everyone of you our in my thoughts and prayers. Hugs to all.
Condolence From: Kelly Kappler, Lakewood Ranch, Fl
Condolence: Amy and C.J.,
We are so sorry for your loss. Craig was always one of my favorite people and such a good guy. He will surely be missed. I’m so blessed that I got to be a part of his life. His smile lit up the room.
Our thoughts and prayers are always with you.
Kelly and Brian