Words from his caring mother:

Craig was an amazing young man who touched the hearts of all who knew him. He loved to talk about cars, especially expensive ones! He was a success in both his personal and professional lives. He loved working at Costco and the people he worked with. Next to his family, he cared about his friends the most, and would do anything for either. He was a Web Master who had a wide range of friends across the U.S. He did prove to his sister, that he could get a tan in cyberspace. Even those that knew him only online, picked up on his gentle nature and wicked sense of humor. Craig's journey home, on July 11, 2003, to be with the Lord, is sadness to those of us who love him, but we can only imagine the Joy he is experiencing. Especially since he is more than likely driving a Maserati right now!

Words from his Grandparents - Buricaga:

Craig was such a joy to us for so many years. He touched our hearts with such love. We enjoyed watching him, together with his cousins having such fun through the years, they will surely miss him. We will miss his smiling face coming through the door and asking if we were cooking his favorite meal. We will forever miss our loving grandson.

Words from his father Richard May:

Craig was a wonderful son. I am so glad that he grew up to be such a handsome, happy, friendly young man. His many friends that paid there respects to Craig at his memorial service is a direct reflection on his up bringing. I am particularly proud of his two sisters and the strength they gave there mother during this difficult time. His smiling face will always be in my mind. I love you so much Craig, and also love to you Lauren and Kristin.

MAY, CRAIG

In Folsom, CA July 11, 2003. Son of Rebecca Burciaga; grandson of Hector and Tencia Burciaga; brother of Scott Burciaga, Kristin Sanchez, and Lauren Hayden; brother-in-law of Tommy Sanchez and Daniel Hayden. A native of Sacramento, aged 20 years. Craig loved animals, especially cats. Full of laughter, humor, and wit, he was a generous, loving person. Always taking care of his mother, sisters, and grandpa, Craig brought life into all he knew. Friends are invited to attend a funeral service on Wednesday, July 16th at 1:00pm at Lakeside Church, 745 Oak Avenue Parkway, Folsom. Interment Green Valley Cemetery, Green Valley & Bass Lake Roads, Cameron Park.

Arrangements by Green Valley Mortuary. Published in the Sacramento Bee on 7/15/2003.

Folsom man, 20, killed in car crash

FOLSOM -- A 20-year-old Folsom man died in a single-car crash early Friday on Iron Point Road near Oak Avenue Parkway. The victim, whose name was not released pending notification of relatives, was westbound on Iron Point Road when he apparently lost control of his 1998 Mercedes-Benz. According to police reports, the car bounced off two trees before flipping over.

Sgt. Don Lee said officers responded to the accident just after 3:30 a.m. and reported that skid marks indicated a high rate of speed had led to the crash. The victim was wearing his seat belt, Lee said.

Police are awaiting a toxicology report, although there were no indications of drug or alcohol use.

The crash closed Iron Point Road until about 8:30 a.m.

If you wish to sign the guestbook, please click the following link which will take you to his space on legacy.com: Legacy.com Guestbook.

You can also sign a guestbook created by Craig's friends at: Findagrave Memorial Site.

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