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CRAIG ANTHONY DZAMON
Born: Mar 17, 1958
Date of Passing: Dec 28, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
CRAIG ANTHONY DZAMON
March 17, 1958 - December 28, 2020
At the age of 62, Craig leaves to mourn his daughter Amber; grandchildren, Mackenzie and Sydney; twin brother Curtis; sister Valerie (Wes); nieces and nephews, Darren (Laura), Kendall (Blaine), Braeden, Scott (Katie), Kayla (Richard); great-nieces and nephews; and Auntie Diane. Craig will be joining his predeceased mother Natalie, father Ernie, and grandparents, Tillie, Walter, Mary and Al.
Craig was born in Winnipeg, four minutes after his brother Curtis, making that the longest separation between the twins. His childhood was full of fun, games, hyperactivity, and mischief.
Craig's 20s brought him a marriage and a daughter. Craig enjoyed camping, boating, water skiing, and spending time around the kitchen table with family and friends. Craig's humour could be matched by no one. He loved the Winnipeg Jets and his dog Lacey dearly, but family was the most important thing to him. Craig was an owner operator with Gardewine/Northern Deck and devoted himself to long-haul transportation with tremendous vigour; he was greatly respected and widely known within the industry.
The family would like to sincerely thank everyone who contributed to his wellbeing, including the staff of the St. Claude Medical Centre, and the Notre Dame de Lourdes Hospital for the exceptional care he received.
In accordance with his request, Craig has been cremated. Following COVID-19 restrictions, a private service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 9, 2021, at Green Acres Funeral Home & Cemetery.
You may pay tribute and join us virtually by going to Craig's obituary at www.greenacresfuneralhome.com and clicking the "Join Livestream" link.
Craig, your last haul is your lightest, as you are transporting pieces of our broken hearts. We love you and missing you right now is painful, but in time, the pain will slowly ease into happy memories.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 07, 2021
Condolences & Memories (11 entries)
I can't say how sorry I am to all for your loss. I've only now just learned of Craig's passing. He had a kind heart and always supplied alot of laughter. Sending hugs your way. - Posted by: Sandy (Friend/neighbor) on: May 14, 2021
My first time I met him, his candar and honestly floored me, you don't see it often in such a brutal way. I appreciated all he did as he always went the extra me to help the guys get equipment. He was a great man and I am sure he will be greatly missed by many at Gardewine and within Winnipeg. My belated condolences to his wife, and children and grandchildren - Posted by: Darryl Storey (Co-worker) on: Feb 05, 2021
Gonna miss you Craig. Will never forget you and your sense of humor. Til we meet again, have fun! - Posted by: Wanda Thomas (Friend ) on: Jan 09, 2021
Sincere condolences Val Curtis and families Thinking of you Wendee Rieu - Posted by: Wendee Rieu (Friend) on: Jan 09, 2021
Amber, Curtis, Val, Diane and family, My Thoughts, Love and Condolences go out to each and every one of you. Until we can see each other in person, Virtual hugs and kisses. Leslie and Brent - Posted by: Leslie and Brent Waruk (Sister-in-law) on: Jan 08, 2021
My sweet step brother you were taken from our family far to soon! We weren’t bonded by blood but by family. I’ll treasure all the great memories with your Dad me and my Mom your step Mom (Carolyn Dzamon) our coffee talks at your kitchen table were the best, so many laughs! Will miss you, you truly had a kind soul. RIP my dear brother❤️ - Posted by: Sharon (Step sister ) on: Jan 07, 2021
Craig and I were long time friends and had many years together trucking in Northern Manitoba on highway # 6. " He was a great guy " - Posted by: Marcel DAIGNAULT (Friend ) on: Jan 07, 2021
Craig was a long time friend and had many years together trucking in Northern Manitoba on highway # 6. - Posted by: Marcel Daignault (Friend ) on: Jan 07, 2021
Sincere condolences to the Dzamon family, Craig was taken way too soon! Treasure all the beautiful memories! Barb Cooke, Auntie Diane's very long time friend! ❤️ - Posted by: Barbara Cooke (Long time family friend) on: Jan 07, 2021
My condolences to family. Wonderful memories of the 80's. - Posted by: Amanda Eldridge (Friend ) on: Jan 07, 2021
My deepest condolences to the family. - Posted by: Debbie Sandul (Friend) on: Jan 07, 2021
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