Official Obituary of

Scott E. Craig

June 21, 1963 ~ March 8, 2024 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Scott Craig Obituary

Scott Edmund Craig was born on June 21, 1963 in Orlando Florida. Scott was 60 years old when he passed away on March 8, 2024. 

Scott was the 5th child of six children born to Robert A. Craig and Eleanor Mastrianni Craig. Scott leaves behind his son Scottie and Scottie’s fiancé Kelsey and  grandson Onyx . Scott also leaves behind his sister Robin and bothers Robert and David.  Scott was predeceased by both parents, (Eleanor and  Robert )and siblings Kathy and Rodney. 

Scott leaves behind many  wonderful friends; friendships that he treasured throughout his life. 

Scott grew up in Satellite Beach Florida and went to Satellite High School. Scott joined the Army after High School and was stationed  in 

Berlin Germany. Scott had maintained wonderful friendships from that time in Germany. 

Scott was diagnosed with aggressive cancer in his young 20’s while in the army and was sent to Walter Reed Hospital for treatment. Miraculously, Scott was eventually in remission and began a new life outside of Army life. Scott was blessed to have a son and settled in Palm Bay Florida to raise Scottie. 

Scott’s love for life and fighting spirit was strong.

The biggest loves in his life were his son Scottie and his dog Blue. Scott had other dogs  that were treasured as family members in Scott’s home, and were his  joy.

Scott had many passions in his life. According to his bio , He was “a multi-talented Florida actor/voice impressionist and filmmaker, Army veteran , father and cancer survivor. His credits include The Right Stuff TV series, Director/Producer of short documentaries “Katana Stunt School” and “Celebrity Crush”. At home on both sides of the Mic, stage and cameras, Craig has worked as production assistant and assistant to producers as well as various roles on-screen as an extra. He is heard as an East Indian dignitary in Mojave Beach Productions’ “Case of the Howling Husky and also as Kurt Anderson. 

You could always find Scott on his Facebook pages as Eddie Craig (Edmund Craig) Scott Edmund Mastrianni, and Archibald Craig. 

Scott was loved by so many from different circles of life.

We will always love you Scott. Rest peacefully dad, granddad, brother, cousin and friend until we meet again.

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