Date of Death: February 7, 2021

Service Details

A Memorial service to celebrate the life and going home of Craig Allen McGee will be held at 12:00 p.m. noon on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at Bethel Baptist Church, 17852 S. River Rd., Three Rivers, MI 49093.

Obituary Notice

Craig Allen McGee, 46, died in his home Sunday, February 7, 2021. Craig was born August 27, 1974, to parents Jimmy and Catheryn McGee. Craig Allen was a graduate of Three Rivers High School in 1993. After high school, he eventually became a part of the laboring workforce, Craig worked for Vaupell manufacturing company in Constantine for twenty years. He loved his job, and his co-workers became like family to him. Craig was a gentle and kind man who enjoyed being the son of his recently deceased father Jimmy McGee, and a comfort to his mother Catheryn.

Craig took great pride and joy in being an uncle to his sister Aquanetta Henderson’s children Darrius and Addisyn Henderson. He looked forward to their yearly visits. Craig was baptized at an early age at New Jerusalem Church; baptism was conducted by Reverend Sterling White.

Craig was preceded in death by his father Jimmy McGee, Grandparents Joseph and Dessie Stanford, Grandfather Rose McGee Jr., niece Angel Anna Marie Henderson, uncles Roy McGee and Thomas McGee, aunt Gloria Jean Stanford, cousins David Halsel and Janine Stanford.

Craig Allen is survived by his mother Catheryn McGee, sister Aquanetta and her husband Tyrone Henderson and their two children Darrius and Addisyn Henderson; his Grandmother Annie McGee; Godmother Carolyn Kelly; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins. Craig going home with the LORD was unexpected; he will be deeply missed and forever loved may he rest in peace.

Additional Information

Donations in Craig’s memory may be directed to the American Heart Association. Envelopes are available at, and may be sent to, Hohner Funeral Home in care of his arrangements.

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  1. Im so sorry for the loss of craig anf jimmy ive known them all they were like family both sweetheart such a sad thing for the family my prayers for you all they will forever be with you and guideing you thur your life till you meet again they are home now where they will greet you when god call you home as well my love. Is with you all

  2. I worked with Craig for 7 years and over that time we became great friends as well as work family. I have so many memories of Craig our love for movies was one of the same. Whenever a new one came on, or we found a random one we would share and have to watch. Craig loved his comics, man did he have a lot of them. Craig was the most caring guy I have ever worked with always lending a helping hand as well as always giving out his snacks to others at lunch. Craig spoke of his niece and nephew all the time and man he absolutely loved them. Craig taught me to drive my first fork lift and I am extremely sad he won’t be able to teach me on the stand up one. We were looking forward to it, but god called Craig home To be with his dad and I will forever remember him. Prayers for comfort for his family Craig loved you all so much.

  3. I just saw Craig on facebook a couple days ago (on the eighth) and had planned to write him and see what’s going. This was a shock to see. I’m going to miss him and was hoping to reconnect again. He was the only other friend I knew who loved comics and drawing them as much as I do. My condolences and thoughts to the family.

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