Craig Frank Mallory

December 26, 1941 - October 21, 2019

In Loving Memory

Craig Mallory, was a guy with a smile. You will be missed by a lot of people whose life you touched, but especially by Bob, Marlene and the Wasmer family. We have always felt that Craig and Carolyn have been a part of our family from the first time we met, and always had a good time when we were together. I have always enjoyed telling the story about Craig and his desire to leave the hair styling business and pursue a life in Sales. Craig applied for a sales position with the H D Lee. Co. in the state of Utah. I was working with the Lee Co. at that time and was trying to help Craig get a job as much as I could. The Sales Manager, flew out to interview Craig and several other people, got off the plane and said to me “What is this about a hair dresser that wants to be a Lee salesman. I just said “Don’t pre-judge”! Well Craig didn’t need any help, obviously, he got the job and his new career was off and running. Craig was very successful and one of the best liked salespersons in the business. Obviously he had full support from his great wife. Carolyn, who was there to support him all the time. Carolyn, we just want you to know how much Craig will be missed and what a wonderful partners you two were. We will miss him and we will always keep both of you in our prayers. The world has lost a very special person! Bob & Marlene Wasmer
Bob & Marlene Wasmer
cave creek, AZ
Craig, I’ll miss our Monday outings at Wasatch’s beautiful golf course. We spent most of our time on the green fairways, but we also were acquainted with a few rough areas; lots of turkeys, deer and even a few moose. It’s been fun! Carolyn, we mourn with you and your family, and will be available to lend a shoulder to dry your tears whenever It is needed. Craig is a dear friend who has endured more than his share of life’s challenges. Please know of our love for your years of friendship.
Kaye P. Nichols
midway , UT
Craig was a great guy. I have known him since my days at Auerbachs in the and he was a good salesman who took care of his customers and carved out lifetime friendships. I enjoyed his friendship. I will always remember going on an overnight fishing excursion with Craig and Mike Markham and the subsequent cookout after . I played golf with him a few times as well and it was fun. My condolences to Carolyn and the kids and grandkids. Rest in Peace Craig
kevin sillito
salt lake city, UT