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Craig Stephen Malz

CRAIG STEPHEN MALZ – age 59, was taken suddenly yet peacefully to heaven on August 6, 2016 after a very short, but intense bout of pneumonia. Born December 10, 1956 in Bedfordshire, England, Craig spent most of his life as a resident of Woodbridge, VA. He relocated with his father to Phenix-City, AL in 2003 until his father’s passing in 2011. Not long after that he moved to Columbus, GA , and had just this year moved to Salisbury, MD.

Craig was preceded in death by his parents, Alan and Joan Malz, and younger sister Nadine Malz-Deter. He is survived by sisters Lorraine Fierstein (Ray) of Salisbury, MD and Eileen Jones (Mike) of Columbus, GA, nephew Jeffrey, nieces Amy, Melissa and Mary, as well as 1 great niece and 8 great nephews.

A graduate of Woodbridge Senior High School, Craig was an avid sports fan who enjoyed attending all types of sporting events. He was also an antique car enthusiast who never could pass up a car show if he knew one was in the area. While residing in Woodbridge he enjoyed many years being part of Lorton’s American Legion Post 162’s dart league alongside his father. Throughout his life though, it was being with family that mattered the most to Craig. He loved being an uncle and great uncle above all else.

He will always be remembered by those who knew him as the gentlest of souls whose caring heart and endearing smile will be missed every day.

A funeral mass will be held for Craig at Our Lady of Angels Church in Woodbridge, VA on Friday, December 9, 2016 at 10:30. A service will follow graveside at Quantico National Cemetery at noon. Anyone wishing to honor Craig’s memory with a donation are asked to please offer it to St Thomas Aquinas School in Woodbridge, VA.

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