Celebrating Craig Blower

May 1st will be a special day. We hope to see you at:

Breath of Hope Lung Cancer Walksurvivor park
Sunday, May 1st, 2016 at 9:00am.
Registration begins at 7:30am
Cancer Survivors Park, Harbor Island Park
4100 North Harbor Drive, San Diego
Click HERE to sign up; join “Team Craig – Get Fuzzy”

Celebration of the Life of Craig Blowerpavilion
Sunday, May 1st, 2016 at 5:00pm
Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park
Pan American Road E, San Diego
Aloha attire requested by Craig
Reception to follow at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

In lieu of flowers, donations (or your time) can be given to the following causes:

plumeria

If you are interested, Craig’s obituary is below. It is listed in today’s San Diego Union Tribune. Per Dad’s request, I have been (oh-so-rudely) cropped out of my wedding photo to be used for celebration purposes.

-Bradyn (Blower) Miller


Craig Blowe Obit PhotoCraig Alan Blower Feb. 6, 1953-March 16, 2016 passed away at the age of 63 in Scripps Ranch, San Diego after battling cancer. He was born to Albert & Sara Blower in Montebello CA, and graduated from Alhambra High School & UCSB.

He is survived by his wife, Kim, children Bradyn Miller (Monte) & Brett Blower, and Bill the dog. He is also survived by his brothers Mike (Sharon), Kirk (Teresa), Brant (Joanne) and sister Janice McCarthy (Kelly) and their families.

Craig served as the COO at the Rueben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park and spent much of his time volunteering in the community. Some of his involvements included Rotary Club 33, Rady’s Children’s Hospital, Summerbridge San Diego, and Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times.

 

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10 thoughts on “Celebrating Craig Blower

  1. Thank you for letting us know. We will be walking in the morning and celebrating Craig and his life well lived in the afternoon. Sending lots of love to his family. Love, Renie and John Martin

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  2. Craig was such a force of life–positive, kind, and supportive. A wonderful husband and father.
    I will always remember his wonderful smile and his contagious laugh. Wishing you a day of love for such a great man. We will be in Seattle so will not be able to join the festivities.

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  3. While the aloha shirt may be a little tight, the smile I will have on my face will be because
    of all the great memories of Craig!

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  4. will be there to celebrate this amazing man. walking in the AM…joining the celebration of life in the PM…Im an ol’ high school friend, but Im sure that he’ll have representation from grade school there as well… Such a blessing to us all… I’m sure he’ll be there in spirit…

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  5. Dear Bradyn, I am very sorry that our family can not joking you for your Fathers celebration of life. Andrew is having surgery at UCLA on April 29th and unfortunately we will be in Los Angeles with him. Our prayers are with all of your family. Sincerely , The Gilmartin family

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    • Sorry, I meant to write “join,” not “joking.” Spell check changed it. We’re all thinking of you.

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  6. Kim and Family,
    Steve and I regret that we cannot attend the wonderful tribute day that is planned for Craig. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers and hoping you’ll find comfort from his tremendous strength. What a beautiful tribute planned to a special guy who touched so many. May he rest in peace.
    Fondly with Love,
    Steve and Carol Popeney

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