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Bob, Mary Ann, Jim,Laura & Russell: Our thoughts & prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. We have fond memories of Craig over the last 40 years. He will be remembered by all for what he did during the short time he was with us. Tony and Katie Zimmerman
Tony & Katie Zimmerman
12/12/2009 5:29 PM
Our deepest condolences to Bob and Mary Ann and all of our Ford cousins over the heartbreaking loss of Craig. May you find comfort in your fond memories of Craig and your faith. Since it's been some time since we've seen so many of our cousins, brother Dick and I were amazed at Craig being the "spitting image" of Bob at that age. God be with you all and give you strength in your grief.
12/12/2009 7:07 PM
from all the members of unit 701, are deepest sympathy and prayers go out to craig,s family and loveone's.
unit 701 chicago police department
12/13/2009 11:28 AM
Although I only knew Craig for a short time, he left a strong impression on me. I am so sorry for the loss of your son/brother. He will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
12/13/2009 6:35 PM
I met Craig through a friend named Bill. I was only 20 when we met and during the course of our friendship I was unfortunately the victim of a sexual assault when I was still living in the city. At the time I was unaware that Craig was a Chicago police officer at all. He gently took me aside and took time out of his day to explain to me what my options were and what could be done. He was under no obligation to do what he did and went out of his way more than once to make sure that I was okay, and I am grateful for that. The man who attacked me still haunts me all these years later, but I would never had made it past day one were it not for Craig Ford. He was one of the truly good ones. I miss him dearly and my prayers go out to all who knew him.
1/19/2012 4:22 PM