Craig Alan Pierce
Nov. 7, 1960 – May 28, 2019
PIERCE, Craig Alan, of Henrico, VA, passed away on May 28, 2019. He was 58 years old and was preceded in death by his father Clifton P. Pierce, Sr. and sister Patricia Anne Pierce. He is survived by his son Christopher Lee Pierce, Sr., and grandchildren Kaylee Donovan, and Christopher Lee Pierce Jr.; mother Ms. Cecil Marion Rhoades Pierce; sisters Pamela Robillard and Donna P. Smith (Windell); brother Clifton P. Pierce, Jr. (Darlene); aunts Shirley R. Jenkins (Ken), and Janice R. Doto (Jay); and uncle Robert F. Rhoades, Sr. (Myrtle); eight nieces, and many friends. Craig was an electrician and worked as a controls technician at Consutech Systems LLC where they build incinerators.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
To the Family. Please accept my sincere condolences. God’s Word is a great source of comfort during difficult times. HOSEA 13:14 promises the death and the grave will be done away with. Also Acts 24:15 promises, “There is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” What a wonderful time that will be from a loving God!
I will miss Craig as will all his other co-workers. I especially loved his beautiful hair.
Florence, thank you for your kind words Craig mentioned you to me and always spoke well of you. Marion Pierce, mom
Rest in peace Craig. You will be missed
I worked with Craig and will miss him and his sense of humor. Craig was my friend.
My dear friend ,,, love your silly smile ,, missing you so much! Be at peace my friend forever
Craig was always so nice to me I’ll never forget his laugh and smile even when I was down he would bring me up rest in peace Craig say hi to my mom and dad.
Cloae friend of long time neighbor known craig almost 25 years many good times at neighbors house. Will be greatly missed.
I’ve known Craig for 16 years or so and he was always so kind to me and my children. He always had a smile and a mind word, he will be missed
I honestly couldn’t tell you how long I’ve known Craig, he goes back many years and many memories. I grew up with him in my life. His laugh and sense of humor so unique they could never be forgotten. He was a good man for sure. He could always tell when I was struggling and too proud to ask for help. He saw my goals and ambitions and he put gas in my tank to get me to and from college classes when I literally didn’t have two pennies to rub together and for that I will eternally be grateful. He will be greatly missed my many.
I am so sorry for your loss Marion and the rest of the family. I remember Craig from the first time I knocked on Granny’s door. He was just a baby. We are praying for your family. Ann Allen Evans [email protected]
So sorry to hear about a dear childhood friend.
Will always remember his smile and easy going
I am so terribly sorry to learn of the passing of my oldest friend. I met Craig in 2nd grade, and we were best friends throughout school. Marion, my heart is breaking for you. I love you and the entire family, and I pray that you have found peace, and take comfort in knowing that the separation caused by Craig’s passing is but a brief one in the eternity that lies before us.
I am so sorry to hear about Craig we were old friends that lost touch my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family praying for him