Condolence From: Randel Savage, Winter Haven, FL
Condolence: What is the value of a friend? When losing one, as Craig, I find it impossible to measure the deepness of loss and sadness I feel in his passing. It is not often that I have met a person like Craig that had such an inspiring impact on those of us who were privileged to have know him. His pursuit of truth, goodness and kindness was always motivating to those around him to want to become more faithful, more humble, more trusting, and more dedicated to the greatest values in life...to our Lord, our families and to our friends. May he have stepped on shore and found it Heaven... May he breathed new air and found it Celestial... May he have touched a hand and found it God's...and may he awake in Glory and call it home. I'll see you again, my friend.
Condolence From: Logan Gamble, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Usually when I hear of someone passing I get immediately saddened as I did for Pastor Craig. I then just as quickly smiled because I know how faithful in serving the Lord Pastor Craig was and it was so admirable. I will always appreciate each opportunity I had to witness his passionate devotion to sharing the word and love of the Lord. I am so blessed to have met Pastor Craig and the Malcom family. My deepest thoughts and prayers are with you Malcom Family.
Condolence From: Sarah Byers, Westerville, OH
Condolence: So sorry for your loss. Craig was a very fine man and we admired his service to the Lord.
Condolence From: Christy Rankin, Baker City, Or
Condolence: You and yours are in my thoughts....