Craig A. Nicol

June 2, 2022

Posted by:
Barb Nicol

Posted on:
June 7, 2022

In about 1978/9 a quiet, shy little boy entered my classroom on the first day of class. He learned quickly and on the last day in May, he strode proudly out of that room ready to face the world. Craig grew to be a faithful dedicated servant of God, family and community and never looked back. While taken far too early and with much more left to do here, God must have need of a protector in Heaven. May God forever bless you and give you a prominent place in his angel force, Craig. You will be long remembered here on earth, my little kindergartner!

Posted by:
Paul Slaughter

Posted on:
June 7, 2022

Craig had a kind and devoted soul. He always served his community as a law enforcement officer with distinction. I pray his family takes comfort in knowing the legacy he leaves with us will be forever in our hearts.

Posted by:
Lenny and Joyce Garrard

Posted on:
June 7, 2022

Craig was such a wonderful guy! I remember him from when I worked at St. John's when he was in grade school there and he was always so respectful and kind. That carried over into his adult life as well . . . he was so well respected as a Police Officer. Any time he would see us in his cruiser he would wave or would stop and talk with us when we saw him somewhere in town. Our sympathies to all of you as you celebrate his wonderful life . . . he has gone on to his place of rest with Jesus!

Posted by:
David Hudson

Posted on:
June 6, 2022

I graduated High School with Craig and would occasionally see him behind the counter at the gun barn at rural king where we would catch up a little on old times. In much prayer for you all and so sorry for your loss. May you find a peace that passes understanding in Christ.

Posted by:
Lora Wallace

Posted on:
June 6, 2022

Michelle, thinking of you and your family at this time. Hugs. -Lola

Posted by:
Keith Hurst

Posted on:
June 5, 2022

Wonderful young man. Craig was very respectful to me every time I met him. I remember being a chaperone at Lutheran memorial camp and he was so nice and always fun to be with. Marysville will miss him on the police force job well done Craig!

Posted by:
Nancy L. & Ivan L. Schrock

Posted on:
June 4, 2022

Kenny, Donna and family, Our condolences and blessings at the loss of your son, brother, nephew, and grandson. The passing of a child is hardest thing for a mother and father to go through. May the knowledge that Craig is with our Lord and he suffers no more confort you during these dark times. God will be with you and comfort you during the days to come. The blessings of Jesus Christ will guide you and will fill you now and the days ahead, God Bless! Nancy L. & Ivan L. Schrock

Posted by:
Dean Lewis

Posted on:
June 4, 2022

He was a good man. And a heck of an officer. Your going to be missed greatly

Posted by:
Jennifer Johnson

Posted on:
June 4, 2022

Thoughts and Prayers for the Nicol family. Heart of Ohio Fish & Game Association, Inc. Members, Trustees, & Officers

Posted by:
Linda (Cross) Hitchcock

Posted on:
June 3, 2022

Kenny and Donna, My heart so aches for you both and your families. Prayers for peace in your heart knowing he is no longer in pain But nothing can be said to help heal the pain and grief. He was such a good kid/playmate for when you babysat Shane (Hughes).

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