Craig L. Harger

November 16, 1988 - August 24, 2015
Wroblewski Funeral Home
1442 Wyoming Avenue
Forty Fort, PA 18704
(570)287-8541 | Map
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Craig L. Harger, 26, a resident of Nanticoke, passed away unexpectedly on Monday evening, August 24, 2015, at his home.                     Born on November 16, 1988, in Wilkes-Barre, Craig was the son of Lisa (Dushanko) Chmiola and her husband, John, and Brian Shouldis and his companion, Jody Daniels, all of Swoyersville.   For the pastContinue Reading

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Bernard Boyer left a message on February 25, 2021:
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Bernard Boyer left a message on February 25, 2021:
Craig, Brother Not a day goes by I don't think of you kid. From going to basic to annual trainings together we had a lot of good times! Back then I didn't know about the "DEMONS" you where fighting and I wish I did, I wish I could of fought them with you! I have had some very dark and difficult times I almost quit, I almost gave up but I look down on my wrist and see that bracelet with your name on it and I say I can't cause I know you wouldn't want me too brother. All the times you would drive that black Pontiac to drill and we would talk about what you where doing to it next or playing football in the motor pool. I miss you bro and I hope where ever you are your at peace now! B/c of you I became a Suicide Prevention Leader so I could help people who had to fight the demons you did. I love you bro.....FLY HIGH Brother- SSG BOYER!
Mark Kapitula left a message on October 1, 2015:
I was Craig's manager at Valvoline for over a year about 7 years ago. Craig was always busy with his family. They would come visit him once in a while and you could see Craig loved his lil guy! But when he came in to work he was always smiling and was he a riot! Craig was always the life of the workplace and would be the first one to help anyone in need. One time he told me he had a package being shipped to work. Little did I know a 18 wheeler stops in the middle of Wyoming ave and unloads his "package"(transmission on a huge pallet) while blocking traffic. Craig was always caring and compassionate and always a great friend. You will be missed buddy!
Jack & Pat McAndrew left a message on September 1, 2015:
Dear John, Barb, & Family, Please accept our heartfelt Sympathy on the loss of your Grandson. As Grandparents ourselves, we can only imagine your pain. You are in our Thoughts and Prayers. Jack & Pat McAndrew
Sandra Banks left a message on August 29, 2015:
You will be sadly missed by my son Gary and all of us. I haven't seen you in. A few years but we always asked mutual friends how you were doing. Rest in peace kiddo. Thank you for your service and your friendship .
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Sally Pucilowski left a message on August 28, 2015:
So sorry for your loss. There are no words that can describe the pain you are experiencing. Keeping the family and Craig in my prayers.
Kevin Martin left a message on August 28, 2015:
Craig, I've tried to write this several times now, and I just cannot find the words to adequately express my feelings. When we first started working together we quickly became friends and you quickly became one of very few people I consider a genuine close friend. Over the years we've had so many good times and memories and I just can't fathom not being able to have more. I sincerely hope you have found peace my friend. I miss you.
Sgt. Bell left a message on August 28, 2015:
Harger, when I first met you, I saw a goodness in you that is rare in most others. You had one of the purest most beautiful auras I have ever seen. You were my “go to” soldier. It didn’t matter what needed to be done or when, I knew I could always count on you. All the sergeants knew you were the soldier they could rely on to get the job done. I remember being so excited when you were finally added to my squad, it meant I didn’t have to keep stealing you away from your other squad. Beyond being an outstanding soldier, you were my battle buddy, my friend. In February of 2013 my dad died. We had our annual training that June. It was you who stood at the back of a Humvee with me, listening and consoling me through the most difficult time in my life. I will cherish forever all the moments we spent chatting about everything and nothing at all. I will miss our inside jokes, especially the one we share with Venedem. “Harger, why the hell did you park so close?!” I will miss my chauffeur at lunch time but mostly I will miss my friend, my Harger. You will always be in my thoughts.
Barbara Dushanko left a message on August 27, 2015:
Rest in peace my dear Craig. I hope you knew just how much i I loved you . Thank you for making me a GiGI. Iwill never forget all the good times you spent with me. I will miss you terribly and will love you for all eternity.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Thank you for trusting us to care for your loved one. May comfort and peace surround all of you.
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