In Memory

Michael Hayes Craig

Michael Hayes Craig

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04/01/16 03:22 PM #1    

Jerry Alexander Anderson

One of my favorite grade school buddies.  Great smile and sense of humor.  I was crushed when I heard of his passing.  A gentle soul for sure.

04/04/16 11:38 AM #2    

Michael James Barrington

 My mother worked for his mom and her sister in their accounting office

from the late 50s to late 60s Mike and I became great friends

and continued that right up to our last meeting at reunion 40 or 45

I was so surprised to here of his death as we had planned to meet

the summer of his passing.

Farewell old friend.

04/17/16 02:41 PM #3    

Jon Marcus MacKenzie

I lived arcoss the street from Mike during the 7th and 8th grades at Grant.  We became very close, very fast with all the changes during that period of growing up.  The hanging out, palling around together and the parties. Those parties were memorable.  After high school, our interest in music brought us together again.  And again the hard-and-fast kick in.  Mike didn't mess around with life.  He had a tenasity for living for the fullest which he naturally shared with those around him.  I miss that unique friendship.   

05/04/16 01:54 PM #4    

Gerald Tetsuo Kuwada

What a surprise to hear of Mike's passing.  We attended Grant school together.  On occasion we would hang out especially if Jon Mac was around.  Good guy overall and always joking around and laughing alot.  Quite the musician. I hope he had a great life.

09/06/16 05:33 PM #5    

Alan Ray Borgens

Michael H Craig

August 28, 1948 – March 22, 2011

Mike passed away after a brief battle with cancer on March 22, 2011, at the age of 63. He married the love of his life, Debbie Jacobson, on April 25, 1976. He attended college E.W.S., now E.W.U. and graduated with a B.A. in Accounting. Mike had his own Accounting Business. But he was always playing his guitar with some band wherever and whenever he could.  Mike was an avid Fly Fisherman. Mike and Debbie loved camping in the wilderness of the Lake Wallow, OR area. And when their children were old enough, they took them camping there.

Mike was preceded in death by his wife, Debbie. He is survived by his daughter, Rochelle Craig of Portland, OR and his son Neil Craig of Florida.

09/07/16 02:45 PM #6    

Russell Martin Shover

Yeah, Mike was a nice guy.  Chummed around a bit with him in high school.  Last touch after L. C., but ran into him on a number of occasions up at Studio K where we would do Karoke.  Mike did like to party hardy.  Knew about him passing  and missed him to party with.  No doubt, he is playing in some band in heaven.   

04/20/19 02:11 PM #7    

Jerry Alexander Anderson

Still missing you my friend.  So many fond memories.  Never a dull moment.  Never a cross word was said by this “friend of mine”.  Mike was always “there”!!!!

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