To the family of Craig: Both John and Lynn are so sorry for your loss, and deeply regret that we did not learn of his passing until recently; which falls on us for not staying in closer contact. You just always believe that the good ones will always be there. For John, he will deeply miss his aviation buddy. Craig was one of a couple of people who played a major role in getting John back into aviation after a long lay off, and he was the first friend John made when he moved to Denver over 40 years ago. For both John and Lynn, they will never forget that Craig was with us on our first date, at a clubhouse party of the Denver Broncos vs the Green Bay Packers on Monday night football. Craig was the nicest, warmest person either of us have ever met, and his smile could light up a room and melt your heart at the same time.
Cordie, we wish we had words to help you deal with the loss. Just know our thoughts and prayers are with you and his extended family during this difficult time.
Rest In Peace our friend!
Lovingly, John and Lynn Luhmann
o the friends and family of Craig Granzow, I am truly sorry for your loss.
Please allow God to comfort you through His promise to care for our dead loved ones at John 5:28,29.
Be assured that God understands the pain we experience when we lose someone dear to us.
He has lovingly provided relief from pain,suffering,and death for us real soon through His Kingdom
we pray for in the hands of Jesus Christ so that we can have the wonderful future He
purposed which is everlasting life on a paradise earth in true peace and security.
For more Bible based promises of God Please visit jw.org.
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