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Craig Boyd Aalyson

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Larrimer Law Firm


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U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association News and Publications

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OBITUARY: Craig Boyd Aalyson ‘49 Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) 060204 (C6-3)FORMER MIDS COME TO KNOW WAR; SOME FROM CLASS OF '02 IN IRAQ; OTHERS FINISHING TRAINING The Washington Post 060304 (C06-3)OBITUARY: Craig Boyd Aalyson ‘49Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) 060204 (C6-3) After high school, Craig joined the Navy and from there went to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. After graduating he was assigned to a heavy cruiser, The U.S.S. Salem.Craig then went on to submarine school in New London, Conn. and remained in the submarine service for the duration of his Naval career. Craig completed graduate studies in law at The Ohio State University in 1956.He was a partner in the Larrimer Law Firm.The practice of law allowed Craig's intelligence, innate sense of fairness and above all, his integrity, to shine through. One of Craig's childhood friends wrote of him, "the words that best describe Craig are, intelligent, interesting, honest, trustworthy, loyal, friendly and funny."He was a man of many interests and abilities.He had a lifelong passion for books and read voraciously on topics ranging from nature to mathematics to science. His years in the military gave rise to a lifelong fascination with airplanes and he acquired his pilot's license and then owned and flew a variety of airplanes.Craig loved many sports, but none so much as tennis and fishing.Building houses for Habitat for Humanity in Immokalee, Fla. was one of his greatest pleasures in his later years.His fellow volunteers from Immokalee have planted a tree with a plaque bearing his name. Craig leaves his wife, Rosemary; his sons, Mark and Thane and his daughters, Molly, Autumn, Prudy and Carrie.Craig enjoyed unique relationships with each of his six children, all of whom consider him their hero.He also leaves his sons-in-law, Massimo and Scott; and 5 grandchildren, all of whom miss him terribly.


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