Craig S. Wolff Age 49 of Chicago. Passed away on March 3, 2012. Loving brother of Karen (Thomas) Dati and Kelly Wolff. Dear uncle of Elizabeth, TJ, Sharon (Jason) Hamburg and Scott (Tammy). Fond great uncle of five. Beloved son of the late Rebecca (nee Gadway) and the late Jerome Wolff. Craig is also survived by his family in Upper New York State. Private cremation services have been held.
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Barb Desautels Floyd
I was so sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. Your mom and her family were very influential in my life in the younger years. They will always hold a very special place in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Karen and Kelly and Family,
I am so sorry to here of Craig’s passing. I remember all the summers you all came to Witherbee at Grandma Gadway’s and My Brother, Jeff and I came down to see you guys. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I can still see Craig with that amazing smile he had.
Karen, Kelly, & Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Craig’s passing. He was a wonderfully kind and giving person who fought every step of the way to live his life his way. He showed such courage when many would have simply given up. It was an honor and privilege to call him a dear friend. I am only sorry I could not be there for him as much as before. I will miss his impish and devilish smile, his contagious sense of humor and his unconditional love. A part of my heart has gone with him.
If there is anything you need, please let me know.
I know he is in a better place, probably visiting with my mom and gossiping about all the things we did.
I will dearly miss him. He was in my life for a reason, a season, and a lifetime.
With much love and sympathy,
Carol Tharpe (from Florida)
So sorry to hear of Craig’s passing. It is surreal to me that he is gone! He was an amazing friend. My deepest and sincere condolences to Karen and all his family.
The best high school memories I have of Craig …
He & I meeting the girls, from the shoe store at the HIP, & getting into the dance clubs.
We would get in the clubs with our fake Ids that he made us from the bank he worked at as a teller. Way too funny!
18 hangin with 21 and 22 year olds!
That would never happen today – but they were great times!