From the day I met Craig it was clear his interest was to coach, teach, guide, encourage and serve others. He was a special person. The world has lost a gift but his legacy will live on through the thousands and thousands of people he touched.
God rest your soul Craig. Thank you for your kindness.
Teammates and coaches of CJ, from St. Lawrence Football were very saddened to hear of your loss. Many of us did not know that Craig had been battling ALS. We have been sharing fond memories of the gutsy and talented receiver as a football player, but most importantly as a really kind hearted, fun guy! It was great to see that he accomplished so much good before his untimely passing.
To his wife, daughters and mother, my deepest condolences to you. It was a privilege to have known Craig and we look forward to celebrating his life with you in the Fall and raise money for his legacy, Living Resources.
Phil Gadsden - SLU Football Teammate
I’m so sorry about your husband Craig. He was a good man. He was a good staff too me and my friends. He taught Us a lot of fun things. He was a good husband and father and a grandfather to his family. He was a good staff. I miss him so much. He made us laugh when we had bad days. I’m so sad for his family.