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Craig’s Story

The family of Craig Finberg will continue to update this site and keep Craig's memory alive, so that you can stay in touch and continue to remember Craig. You can share your support in the guestbook section.



As many of you may know, Craig was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer on 1-23-2009.  Craig was a teacher at the high school in Dillon and a legendary basketball coach in Montana . 
Craig lost his battle with cancer on March 20th, 2009 surrounded by his family and friends.  He will be greatly missed by all.
Craig was a legacy and a roll model to those who knew him.  We will never let his memory be forgotten and will continue to keep that alive through this site.


We will continue to share stories, photos and updates forever, so keep checking back for updates.
Thanks to everyone who has been to this site. Your kind words are greatly appreciated. 

Latest Journal Update

Happy Birthday Craig

In Loving Memory of Craig Finberg

5-6-57 to 3-20-09

Another year has passed, milestones along the way.

The birth of Chandler Finberg bringing joy into our lives.

CF Cats vs Dillon again, State title # 5. Sharing "FInny" stories, the crowd was loud.

Kats take 3rd at state # 10 and # 20  would make you proud.

As we celebrate your birthday, we are blessed with great memories and are thankful for the laughter and love that we shared.

We love and miss you always,

Mom and Family

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John Alwin
By Dr. John A. Alwin
Having long ago moved out of Montana, I just now (March 2015) am hearing of Craig's passing. By far, he was the most exciting player to watch when I was a geography professor at MSU. Loved it when he was in the zone and putting the ball in from almost anywhere on the court. Glad to hear that he was able to have a basketball career. It sounds like he was an excellent role model for many young people. A life well done!
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Cathi & Gary Love
By Cathi & Gary Love
This year your mom is with you! How you will enjoy being together again! We miss you, Finny...we will always miss you!
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