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Craig Axe

Craig Steven Axe

Tuesday, July 19th, 1977 - Wednesday, November 11th, 2020
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Obituary

Craig Steven Axe, 43 went to be with the Lord Wednesday November 11, 2020. Craig Steven Axe was the son of Charles Steven Axe and Marilynn D. Squyres. Craig was born on July 19, 1977 in Dallas, Tx. He was the second born of three boys and was deeply loved by his family.

Craig always enjoyed watching the Texas Longhorns, Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, and Dallas Stars. He was a big sports fan watching college and professional teams. He especially liked the Texas Longhorns. During his past-time he liked to tinker on cars and trucks and most anything else that he could use his hands doing. If anybody needed help with cars, trucks or even construction Craig would always offer his help.

Craig was very smart, a fast learner and could repair or build most anything. He recently built a pergola and new privacy fence in his backyard. Craig should have been called "the tool man" because his home garage is full of every tool and huge tool boxes imaginable times three. He was excellent in organization. Craig worked at THM for several years and received numerous promotions. Then later on he changed employment and worked for Statewide Safety Systems. Craig had a great support team that he greatly appreciated very much. Craig loved his family very much.

Craig accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior and is embraced by God in heaven. Craig is survived by his wife Diane; son Brandon Axe, daughter Shayna Axe, and other son Hunter Smith, Father Charles Steven (Steve) Axe of Mansfield, Mother Marilynn D. Squyres and husband Rick of Aledo, Tx, Brother Brian Axe and wife Nikki of Burleson, Tx., Brother Jason Axe and wife Sheri of Dallas, Tx. Nephew - Cooper Axe of Burleson, Tx. Nieces - Kendall Axe of Burleson Tx. and Elise Axe of Dallas, Tx. along with numerous friends and co-workers.

Arrangements are being made by Boze, Mitchell, McKibbin Funeral home in Waxahachie, Tx. Graveside service will be Saturday November 21, 2020 at 12:00 P.M. at Sardis Cemetary. Directions can be found on Boze, Mitchell, McKibbin Funeral Home website on Craig's obituary page.

In respect of others the family request that all attendees wear face masks.
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Service Details

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    Saturday, November 21st, 2020 | 12:00pm
    When
    Saturday, November 21st, 2020 12:00pm
    Location
    Sardis Cemetery
    Address
    Honeysuckle Rd.
    Midlothian, Texas 76065
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Bren Zillinger

Posted at 12:30pm
Praying for his family and friends that will miss Craig. I will always be grateful for those little bits of wisdom. When Craig says add an extra skrew, ya add an extra skrew! The Axe way. I admire that work ethic. I also admired that he kept his bible at his desk and he read it often. He was never ashamed to talk about Christ and his faith, that is so rare. We can all be at peace that if we believe Jesus died for our sins we will see him again! If you don't believe I hope you hear Gods word and get saved by his blood just as Craig did. Even in tragedy God is good.
LS

Laurie Sapp

Posted at 10:40am
My words cannot fully express the sorrow of the loss of Craig. May you always treasure the wonderful times you had with him and my prayers are with the family. In the short time I knew him he was a great person. Always willing to lend a helping hand. I worked with him at Statewide Safety and if the ladies room was out of toilet paper, Craig was the go to guy. Rest in Peace Craig. You will be dearly missed.
JC

Jerry & Terri Cramer

Posted at 11:23am
Prayers of comfort and peace for Steve, Brandon, Brian, Jason and all of Craig’s family. Our deepest sympathy in the loss of one so loved.
PJ

Paul Jacobs

Posted at 10:58am
I worked with Craig several months He was a great guy to be around. The best of all Craig knows his Savior Jesus Christ. I shall see him again. My prayers are for His Family and His Children. Make sure you know the Savior Christ before leaving this earth.

Shelly Kelso Maddox

Posted at 06:06pm
Marilynn, Rick, Steve, Brian and Jason, Our hearts are broken, Craig was such a sweet man. We're praying for you and all your family.

We love you, Keith and Shelly Maddox
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