Craig Wallebeck Obituary, Cause of Death – ONTARIO, Canada – Craig Wallebeck of Regina, Saskatchewan died unexpectedly although his Cause of death is yet to be figured out his family members are sadly in mourning grieving his passing. Craig Wallebeck, 46, died at home on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019, after a brave year-long battle with cancer. His family was there. He was Sharon Yanik-husband. Craig’s The two of them got married on June 11, 2011. Craig’s parents, Barry and Kathleen (McHale) Wallebeck, died before he was born on July 10, 1973. Craig grew up in East Mountain and became well-known and loved for many things. He was a co-owner of the popular downtown bar The Bog, which was a hub for music and a place where outsiders and people looking for a dark place to drink a “chugger” or meet new and old friends would gather.
In the past few years, he worked as an apprentice for James Simon and learned a lot. This helped him get a chair at Loyalty Barber Shop & Shave Parlor in Scranton, where he became a brother barber with the close-knit crew. Many people also remember him as an experienced musician who played drums, percussion, and the washboard in a number of original and cover bands, such as Side Over, Silver, Turmoil, Okay Paddy, And the Moneynotes, and the Bogyard Chugg Band. Craig’s other love, besides his wife Sharon, is his son Grayson and his dog Blue. He is also survived by his brother Barry Wallebeck and his wife Tammy of Moosic and his sister Bridgette McDonough.
His aunt Mary McHale and his dog Bailey also died before him. On Tuesday, October 29, at 10:30 a.m., there will be a Christian Burial Mass. Then there will be a burial with the Rite of Committal. On Monday, Oct. 28, from 4 to 8 p.m., people can look at the work.