Life goes full circle. Craig was a second cousin, his grandfather and my grandfather (Poulton) were brothers. I last saw Craig when he was 12, impeccably dressed in slacks, a blazer and crisp white shirt, oxfords. Oh, so handsome. Agnes and Mel were in my parents dance group. Joan and Barbara I remember well. No one had more fun than the Poulton cousins when they got together and Agnes was leading the singing. In February, looking at a condo, I discovered it was owned by Craig. And so began a dialogue with his niece and personal representative, Deborah Larsen about so many great memories involving that handsome, charming young lad, Craig.
— Susan Tillman
I remember Craig as an adorable little boy and a handsome and engaging young man. He was very loved by all in the family. Bob and I extend our heartfelt condolences to his beloved family members. Having lost my own brother recently, I know how much they will miss this dear brother, uncle, and cousin.
— Janet W. Backman
My sincerest condolences Barbara.
Craig was a dear friend.
Many wonderful memories of growing up together and serving our missions in Norway.
— Tom Westbye
Craig, “Woody”, worked for Audio Rents for 18 years. He started in 1996 as our bookkeeper and later spearheaded and ran our DJ department. We are devastated to hear about his passing. He was family. He was sharp and funny and smart. When he retired in 2014 we were sad to see him to go but knew he wanted to return to SLC. He will be remembered as an essential part of our company. Sending much love from California to Craig’s family, Sincerely, Audio Rents; Bob, Traci, Vito and Vince.