Craig A. Molinaro

       Craig A. Molinaro, age 55, of Kenosha passed away on Sunday, December 27, 2020 at Froedtert South Kenosha Hospital. Craig was born on February 2, 1965 in Kenosha to Frank and Judith L. (Stein) Molinaro. He was educated in the schools of Kenosha. Craig worked for over 25 years with Magaw Electric and for over 10 years driving truck for Daniels Sharp Smart. He enjoyed fishing and was a member of the Bass-Turds Fishing Club. Craig was an avid Packer fan and especially enjoyed the time with his family coming over for cookouts and pool parties.

      He is preceded in death by, his father; the love of his life, his fiancé, Lisa Koehn; paternal grandparents, Frank and Theresa Molinaro; maternal grandparents, Erich and Louise Stein and three uncles, Rick, Larry and Freddie Stein.

        Craig is survived by, his mother, Judith L. Molinaro; his sister, Terry (Nasser) Musetif and also his sisters, Tina (Pat) Molinaro, Stephanie (Eddie) Molinaro, Michelle (Keith) Molinaro-Kuchinski, Kathy (Dustin) Molinaro and Jennifer (Jon) Molinaro and their mother Judi M. Molinaro. He also had many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and he was very excited to be a grandpa to Amanda and Adam Lucht’s upcoming baby. He also made many memories with the Garski family. However, he had a special bond with his two nephews, Izzat and Coub who were in so many ways his twins.

         A funeral service for Craig will be held at 12:00 P.M. on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at the Woman’s Club of Kenosha (6028 – 8th Avenue) with interment to immediately follow at St. George Cemetery. A visitation with the family will be held on Tuesday at the Woman’s Club from 10:00 A.M. until the time of service. The family also requests that due to Covid-19 regulations, all in attendance wear a mask if possible and maintain 6 feet for social distancing.

       Craig’s family would like to extend their sincerest gratitude to Casey Family Options, the Kenosha Fire Department, #4 and #1, the staff at Kenosha Hospital, Dr. Joshua Bloom, Dr. Jawaid Quaddus and family and friends.

Casey Family Options Funerals and Cremations

Stephen P. Casey, Funeral Director

(262) 554-6533

Thoughts for Craig A. Molinaro;

    • It is sad to lose him he was an awesome person now him and Friday could be running around together in heaven and Rick and Larry says:

      It is sad to lose him he was an awesome person now him and Friday could be running around together in heaven and Rick and Larry


    I had the pleasure of working with Craig at Magaw for the 21 years I was there! We shared many adventures working there. I will certainly as well as his family and friends miss him dearly! RIP my friend and condolences and prayers for your loved ones during this very difficult time!

  • Jawaid Quddus says:

    The smile on his face was just a reflection of the smile in his heart. A great man, loving, giving, who touched everyone with his aura. Will be missed today, tomorrow and everyday

  • Craig, with deep sadness, I say good-bye. Your were the friend & “buddy” I looked forward to seeing when at Daniels Sharpsmart, knowing I could depend on you to brighten my day. I will forever miss you. Love you buddy! God Bless the Molinaro family.

  • I have worked with Craig at Daniels for ten years. I consider him a bother and a great friend. I am sorry for your loss. RIP bother

  • Working with you at Daniels Sharpsmart was a fun time. You brought so much happiness and joy with you wherever you were. You’ll be missed dearly buddy!! Prayers and our deepest condolences to all of the family.

  • This still seems so unreal that my good friend and coworker Craig has left this earth. The phone conversations in the chats we had at the plant will always be memories in my heart. What a great person and always a pleasure to be around. Craig he will truly be missed by everyone’s heart that you touched may you rest in peace and Live eternal flame God bless???

  • Matthew McBride says:

    Working at Daniels and seeing you everyday was the highlight of many of our days. Your sense of humor was awesome. Your jokes would make everybody laugh and your smile was contagious. I remember riding along with you in the truck to help on days and it was nothing but fun. Fly high Craig! Sending my condolences to all of his family.

  • Chris Statema says:

    Craig, you will be missed by many and also welcomed by many in heaven. I’m sure Jeff’s at the gates welcoming you home! Psalm 23.
    To the Molinaro family you have my deepest sympathy.

  • Prayers and my deepest condolences to all Family and Friends. Thank you Craig for
    all the memories. And teaching me how to drive stick shift(VW). You will definitely be missed.
    Aunt Tammy?

  • Sandra Eternicka says:

    So sorry for your loss. Craig always had a smile on his face and in his heart. Sympathy and prayers for your family.

  • Laurie Bruce Morgan says:

    It’s with sadness that such a great guy was taken to soon. My husband an I will miss are morning scroll through Facebook to see what Craig had to say each morning to start our day. Craig was a funny, cheerful and good hearted person inside an out.I know that Craig is now with the love of his life Lisa and looking down on all of us watching over Amanda and that soon to be baby girl. My heart goes out to his family cherish all the good times an memories. Until we meet again Rest In Peace our dear friend.
    Bruce and Laurie Morgan

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