Craig Steven Colf

June 7, 1963 – June 30, 2020
Place of Birth: 
Canandaigua, New York
Place of Death: 
Palmyra, New York
Residence: 
Palmyra, New York
Age:
  57

Calling Hours

July 8, 2020 - 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Service Event Information

Funeral Service

Craig S. Colf

Palmyra—Craig S. Colf, 57, died Tuesday (June 30, 2020) at his home in Palmyra.

Friends may call from 5-8 PM on Wednesday (July 8th) at the Paul L. Murphy & Sons Funeral Home, 127 East Miller Street, Newark. Face masks will be required.

Memorials, in his name, may be made to Dollars for Scholars, C/O Palmyra Maceden CSD, 151 Hyde Parkway, Palmyra, NY 14522.

Mr. Colf was born on June 7, 1963 in Canandaigua, the son of Richard and Beverly Higley Colf. He earned an Associates Degree from FLCC. On November 25, 1995 he married Amy Bouwens. Before starting a family with Amy, he was an avid softball player. As a teenager he worked part time at Mobil Chemical. Craig went full time and stayed there as it went from Mobil Chemical to Huntsman and retiring from Berry Plastics after 40 years.

Craig is survived by his wife Amy Bouwens Colf; two sons, Jayden (Julia Lioudis) Colf and Brent (Hannah Dentel) Colf; his mother Beverly Carlson; six siblings Richard Colf Jr., Karen (Lyle) Boni, Alan (Christine Corriveau) Colf, Gary (Susan) Colf, Waneta (Todd) Ridley and Mark (Jennifer) Carlson; many nieces and nephews; many great nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his stepfather Cy Carlson and father Richard Colf.

 

 

 

www.murphyandsonsfuneralhome.com

 

Remembrances

Sorry for your loss. May God Bless and watch over you all.

Our Family remembers Craig and his contagious smile at so many sporting events for our kids ! Andrew and Alex grew up with Jayden and Brent and their family all the way back to little league and then Football and Lacrosse for so many years ! He was a funny guy at sports events and was never vocal.  Hahah haha he loved watching all the kids play sports ⚾️

Wishing Craig's family comfort in the happy memories you share. May you always feel the love he had for all of you.

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