OBITUARY

Walter "Craig" Heath

July 5, 1930March 9, 2019

Craig Heath was born in Houston, Texas on July 5, 1930 to Walter and Euneva Heath.

Craig graduated from San Jacinto High School and Baylor University. After graduation from Baylor in 1953, he entered the United States Navy where he became a Naval officer. After his military service, he returned to Houston to join his father in the familybusiness, WALTER E HEATH INSURANCE.

Craig married Gloria Jahns. They welcomed their son, Kelly, in 1961 and their daughter, Lenora, in 1963. In their quest to find Bible training for their children they began studying the Bible with Jehovah's Witnesses. Craig was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses in January 1968. His wife, Gloria, passed away after a long battle with cancer in 2004.

Craig then married Sandra Keilberg, who had lost her husband. They were happily married for fourteen years.

Craig had many interests. He loved to scuba dive, snow ski, play tennis and golf. He has a natural ear for music. He enjoyed listening to and playing jazz music on the piano.

By far, his favorite passion was traveling and flying his airplane. He loved planning the next adventure and talking with other pilots who became dear friends. They spoke a language of their own.

Craig was preceded in death by his son, Kelly Heath.

Craig leaves behind a loving family. His daughter, Lenora and her husband Ronnie Weil; granddaughters, Courtney and Candice Wright; his wife, Sandra and her family, Donna, Rik, Larry and his wife Teffany, Blake and his wife, Shardel and Elizabeth.

Craig very much looked forward to when Psalms 37:29 is fulfilled, which promises that the righteous will possess the earth and will live forever on it.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 16, 2019
REMEMBERING

Walter "Craig" Heath

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Dorothy Ward

March 22, 2019

Lenora,
I saw Craig's obituary in paper.
I send my prayers and condolences to you and your family.
May God bless you with peace and beautiful memories.
Sincerely,
Dottie Ward

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY