Craig Bimler Death, Obituary – Craig Bimler has passed away and is now in a better place. It has been brought to my knowledge that my brother Craig Bimler has died away, and we have no doubt that everyone is aware of this unfortunate piece of information already. At this time, he has moved on to brighter things in his life. The one and only favor I ask of those of you who thought highly of him and made room in your life for him is that you send me an email with any images or videos you might have of him. Let us not forget all of the happiness and laughter that he brought into the lives of other people with the grin that he offered to each and every individual.
Let us remember all of those things. My only request to those of you who cared about him and considered him a part of your life is that you kindly share any photographs or videos that you have of him with me. You have each endured a significant amount of hardship during the course of your life. We will pray for the scars that are now present in your heart to be healed so that you may go on in a healthy way. Due to the fact that we were all members of FAST at the same time, we all reached the age of majority at the same time.
The last time we went to visit Craig, he gave me a test drive in a Honda that had an exorbitant price tag attached to it, and he let me keep the car after the test drive. We are sorry that we are unable to show you any images or films, but we can tell you that the experience was a positive one. We wanted to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to you for allowing me to drive it all the way to Sand Coulee and granted me permission to do so.
We are really grateful to you. If we had any kind of common sense at all, we would have pulled into the parking lot of the American Bar and placed an order for some burgers to go so that we could eat while we were on the road. It would be remiss of us to ignore the fact that he had the ability to make everyone laugh. I would appreciate it if you could get in touch with me by e-mail, instant messaging, or text message. I’ll be waiting right here.
Let us pay respect to Craig by remembering him in the way that he would have liked to be remembered; doing so is the most appropriate way to honor his memory. Let us remember him in the manner in which he would have liked to be remembered. What an unfathomable tragedy it was for everyone whose lives were changed as a result of it. We want you to know how very sorry we are that something terrible happened to you and the people you care about, and that it caused you grief and suffering.