Craig Foster Fundling
- April 7, 1958 - April 19, 2012
- Reston, Virginia
of Craig's Passing
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I knew Craig since I was 14 years old and have met fewer people that are more eventepered. In the 40 years that I knew Craig, I can only think of only two times when he raised his voice in anger and both times he was upset at sitations, not an individual. I feel priviledeted to have known such a fine human beig.
Posted by: TOM CROWLEY - DICKINSON, TX - VERY DEAR FRIEND Aug 03, 2012
To Craig's family and friends, I am deeply sorry to hear of his passing. I don't know the Craig you knew. Craig and I met in second grade in small-town Dickinson, and we were good friends all through grade school and high school. I have so many Craig memories and stories that come to mind now, and all of them recall a kind, thoughtful, talented boy I grew up with, who presaged the wonderful man you all know. I smile
Posted by: Don Puffer - Denver, CO - Childhood friend May 01, 2012
Thea, Abbie and Scott - the service tonight was beautiful. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers as you face the days ahead without Craig.
Posted by: Patty Rutter - Reston, VA Apr 26, 2012
I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband, Craig. My condolences and prayers for you and your children.
Posted by: Janet Fallon - Reston, VA - Thea's colleague Apr 25, 2012
Dear Thea, My deepest sympathies to you and your family on the loss of this wonderful man. I will continue to keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Susan V. Heumann - Alexandria, VA Apr 24, 2012
As one of Craig's co-workers at JSC during the 80's, I'll always remember him as a quiet, smart and fun personality. He was one of the best at NASA. My sympathies to his family.
Posted by: Richard Fullerton - VA Apr 24, 2012
My husband, Ed, and Craig used to work off the El Torito Sunday brunches by jogging through NASA compound and pumping iron at the Gilruth Center. During those Sunday brunches we provided consul as Craig pondered marriage to Thea. What a lovely couple. When they moved to Virginia we mourned the many nights sitting together in the Seabrook breeze sipping wine solving the world’s problems while planning our own futures. I visited their lovely home in Virginia where they raised two beautiful, talented children. Now we mourn the loss of a most gentle and compassionate friend.
Posted by: Nancy & Ed Rubio - Houston, TX Apr 24, 2012
To Craig's Family:
I can't tell you how sorry I am for your loss.
Craig was the Project Manager of my team for a couple of years. During that time I came to know him as a competent, kind, and fun person. He spoke fondly of you a lot; he loved you so very much! He shared stories of time spent with you, and particularly loved your South Carolina vacations. When he would return from those days, he had a spring
Posted by: Emily Whiting - Alexandria, VA Apr 24, 2012
So sorry for your loss.
Posted by: Bill and Sue Veach - Friendswood, TX Apr 24, 2012
Abby, I am sorry that I won't be able to attend the funeral services as I have just had gallbladder surgery. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Mrs. Hayden
Posted by: Julie Hayden - Falls Church, VA Apr 23, 2012