Craig has been athletic from a young age.  He played little league hockey in Minnesota and little league baseball in Southern California.  When he was old enough to drive a car, he would drive to the beach and paddle out into the surf for a quick session before school started.  His passion for water sports carried into his adult life, where he spent much of his time waterskiing and surfing.  Craig’s passion for sports has led him into Snow Skiing, Snow Boarding, Weight Lifting and Golf.  He views Golf as a social sport and plays mostly when his father comes to town.  Craig’s latest passion is road biking and mountain biking, mostly for the cardiovascular workout.  He trains every weekend with other endurance athletes, who ride in preparation for a century bike ride (100 miles) in Lake Tahoe every summer – all while raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Family is the most important thing to Craig.  He goes out of his way to spend time with family members, and does whatever is necessary to make the family unit work.  You can find Craig walking their dogs around the neighborhood or the local park after work.  He goes out of his way to tell the people in his family they are loved, but most importantly makes them feel loved.