In Memory

Craig Maull

Craig Maull

We are sad to pass along this Facebook entry from the Haddon Fire Company:

 

It is with deep regret that Haddon Fire Company No. 1 announces the passing of Craig Maull who served with Haddon Fire Co for 50 years (1967 - 2017). Craig served as a Lieutenant, Captain and Trustee during his time as member and often could be found working around the station. Craig's death is being considered as a Line of Duty Death as a result of a medical emergency following a fire call on Tuesday, December 19, 2017.


Craig graduated from Haddonfield Memorial High School in 1966. He proudly served in the U.S. Army during Vietnam and was a member of the American Legion Post 38 in Haddonfield, NJ. Craig was also a member of the Pinewood Antler Gun Club in Chatsworth, NJ.


Craig is the husband of Suzanne (nee Speich) of Haddonfield, NJ; Beloved father of Kevin (Rachael) and Keith Maull. Adoring grandfather of Ariel, Faith, Logan and Ryon. Cherished brother of Barbara (Bob) Keck. Loving Uncle to Sandra Sharp & William Keck.


Craig will be greatly missed by all of his brother and sister fireman at Haddon Fire Company. Rest in Peace FF Maull, we will take it from here.


Funeral arrangements are as follows: Viewing will be held on Friday, December 29, 2017 from 10am to 11:45am at Kain-Murphy Funeral Home located at 15 West End Ave., Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Services will follow at Noon. Internment (private) will follow the service at the Baptist Cemetery located at 402 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, across from Haddonfield Memorial High School.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Craig's name may be sent to Haddon Fire Company No. 1, P.O. Box 345, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. 


The public is invited to attend the viewing and service. Fire Department personnel attending should contact Chief Trotman at the station for additional details and logistics.



 
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12/23/17 12:01 PM #1    

Vincent Summers

I'm shocked, really shocked! This is so very sad, tragic.


12/24/17 11:48 AM #2    

Louisa Lenhart (Brownstein)

I am so saddened by this news!  Craig was a kind and gentle soul.  He will be missed by all of us who knew him.  Rest In Peace Craig.


12/24/17 08:01 PM #3    

Vicki Meece (Knowles)

We were in school together from kindergarten I think. He was a nice little guy, shy teenager, and gentle man when we met at reunions. He built an admirable  record at the Haddon Fire Department detailing a life time of service. Proud of you, Craig!


12/25/17 05:43 PM #4    

Josh Gitomer

So glad I got to see him at the 50th. A quiet, gentle, patriotic man who dearly loved his twin sister. Craig was as close as you can get to a Haddonfield native son. He married a high school classmate (as did his other sister), and spent his entire life in service to his community and his country. And when his time came, he was granted a noble, warrior’s death – in the line of duty. 

 

12/25/17 07:59 PM #5    

Craig Miller

Glad I got to see Craig at the 50th reunion.  Having the same first name in the same class, we did a few projects together and went to a few parties as well.  He always looked out for me at times.  He was a year older than I, so I guess that was the reason.  He was a great friend.  Rest in Peace my friend!


12/26/17 12:40 PM #6    

Suzanne Speich (Maull)

Thanks to all who are responding. He was a Haddonfield guy through and through. Both Craig and I were a year older than most of you. Jeannie was younger. He did get to go on a fire call the day he died with two of his buddies. He loved the firehouse and had many dear friends in the fire service.he is getting a great send off by them which is an honor. They certainly take care of their brothers. To all of you who hung out or remember him from school thanks for being his friend. He always had good memories of days gone by. God Bless and thanks. Sue Speich Maull

12/26/17 02:22 PM #7    

Linda Vurgason (Lilly)

A number of years ago I got my exercise by walking a couple of miles at lunchtime. To my surprise, I ran into Craig who worked in the same office park. We had a nice chat and reminised about our time at HMHS. Such a nice guy. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Sue.


12/26/17 03:35 PM #8    

Elliot "Ej" Paul

Sue, Sorry to hear about your loss. He will be missed...


12/27/17 11:28 AM #9    

Michael Fessler

So sorry to hear about the loss of Craig I knew Craig since highschool, hunted with him with the Pine Antler's Club and saw him at a few of the reunions. Craig never had a bad thing to say about anyone in life. A dedicated man to his family, friends and fellow firefighters. He left the world a better place and went out a hero! 

 

 

 


12/28/17 03:26 PM #10    

Vicki Meece (Knowles)

Published in Courier-Post on Dec. 26, 2017:

Former longtime Haddonfield Resident, Craig A. Maull died on December 21, 2017; Age 71; husband of Suzanne (nee Speich) of Haddonfield, NJ. Beloved father of Kevin (Rachael) and Keith Maull. Adoring grandfather of Ariel, Faith, Logan, and Ryon. Cherished brother of Barbara (Bob) Keck. Loving Uncle to Sandra Sharp & William Keck. 

Craig graduated from Haddonfield Memorial HS in 1966. He was a fireman with Haddon Fire Company No. 1 since 1967. He proudly served in the US Army during Vietnam. Craig was a member of the American Legion Post 38 in Haddonfield and the Pinewood Antler Gun Club in Chatsworth, NJ. 

The Maull family will receive friends on Friday, December 29th, 10-11:45 AM at Kain-Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave. Haddonfield NJ, 08033; where services will follow at Noon. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Craig's name may be sent to Haddon Fire Company No.1, P.O. Box 345 Haddonfield, NJ 08033.

 


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