Lemley Chapel
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Craig Greenough Memorial
Craig Greenough Memorial

Craig Greenough

Craig Greenough

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2023

Craig Steven Greenough, 64, passed away unexpectedly on March 22, 2023 in Sedro-Woolley.  He was born on March 5, 1959 in Sedro-Woolley, WA, the son of Glen and Bernice (Harris) Greenough.

Growing up in the small town of Sedro-Woolley, he had numerous friends that he enjoyed riding bicycles with, and many other adventurous activities.

In Craig’s early life he moved to Phoenix, AZ where he met his loving wife of 37 years, Dianna Goetz. He started his career in Office Interior Installation and they started their family.  In 1988, they moved back to Washington to boost his career and be closer to family. They later welcomed three more children.

Craig’s hobbies were painting, golfing, fishing, hiking, and attending concerts with his wife. Some of his fondest memories were taking his family on vacation and road trips to places like Disneyland, Disneyworld, and the Grand Canyon.

He took great joy in spending time with his three grandchildren: listening to oldies, gardening, taking them on trips, and working around the house.

He is survived by his wife, Dianna Goetz; children, Kyle, Chad, Joshua, and Cheyenne; grandchildren, Bradley, Bentley, and Jett; siblings, Glenice, Graig, Kevin, and Kimberly; as well as cousins, aunts, and uncles.  He is preceded by his parents, Bernice and Glen Greenough.

A Celebration of Craig’s life will be held at 1:00, on Saturday, April 8, 2023 at the Sedro-Woolley Eagles, 1000 Metcalf St, Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284. Share your memories of Craig and sign the online guest register.


  • Grant Marsh

    I only found you were gone at our class reunion. You were a friend and we always had a good laugh together. Never forgotten. Rest well and until we meet again.

  • Cindy Ove Singer

    RIP Craig 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻♥️ Sending my heartfelt condolences to the Greenough family. I’ve been missing my fellow witty bold patriot on Facebook. I can’t believe you left us so unexpectedly 😪. You are truly missed everyday 🩵💦

  • Andrea Pembetron

    R.I. P. I have been a neighbor of g- Bros for several years. it has been an honor and a privilege to have crossed paths with such a kind person. Heartfelt condolences to Craig’s precious family. He was taken much to soon. I will truly miss the smiling faces of both Craig and Kevin at our fence, the complements on my summer gardens and the many conversations we shared over the years. A special thank you to Kyle for his generosity and for being so helpful over the years. Craig and the g-bro family have been very good to me, I am extremely grateful and blessed for having met them. God bless the Greenough family and their friends. May you
    find comfort in the many fond memories you cherish. Now you have your very own guardian Angel in heaven to watch over you all.

  • Andrea Pembetron

    R. I. P. Craig. It was an honor and a privileged to have crossed paths with you. Your kindness will never be forgotten. I have been a neighbor to g-bros for several years. I will truly miss the smiling faces of both Craig and Kevin at our fence, for the many conversations we shared, and the many wonderful compliments on my summer gardens A special thank you to Kyle for your generosity and for being so helpful over the years. A heart felt condolence to Craig’s precious family. He was taken to soon. May you find comfort in the many fond memories you cherish.

  • Mandy (Burnett) Nelson

    Craig was a life long friend, neighbor and classmate. I was SO happy he found the woman of his dreams and made such a sweet and beautiful family. In business, he helped many people – not only employees but customers too. I enjoyed his sense of humor and true friendliness very much. The Class of 78 will miss him terribly but remember him very fondly. My condolences to his family for your loss. Very sincerely, Mandy

  • Jessie Elliott Eden

    I will miss you on Facebook Greg. R.I.P. my friend. Condolences to your beautiful family

  • Mark Quamme

    I worked with Craig for several years at Graebel Movers, where he was the hardest working salesman I’ve ever seen. He was always in a good mood and quick with a story or a joke. I hadn’t seen him in many years, but when I called him about a year ago he acted like I had seen him the day before. He will be missed and fondly remembered.

  • Jamie Sanchez

    You are missed so so much. Thank you for always caring for me as one of Chey’s besties. <3

  • Lance Simshauser

    Rest in God’s peace my old friend. In our grade school years, I was practically Glenn and Bernice’s 6th child. I stayed with you all more than I stayed at home. So many memories… just so stunned to read this. Glenn befriended my Mom in the trailer park years later on Wicker Road and it was fun to see him and say hello when I came up from California to visit. We played a lot of football (anywhere), a lot in your front yard, the tree house, walking to the gym at Sedro Wooley High School for either wrestling or basketball. I have not forgotten any of you. I hope you all can hold each other close and think of all the great times lived and shared. You’ll be in my thoughts and prayers always.

  • The Noble Family

    We grew up in the same neighborhood as the Greenough’s when we were in grade school. We are so sorry to hear about Craig.

  • Debbie Stafford

    Dear Greenough family: I’m so sorry to hear about Craig’s passing, all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. I will miss his posts on Facebook and his witty comebacks as he was one of a kind. RIP my brother of the ❤️ till we meet again.

  • Marcy Creviston

    Craig is my cousin. Haven’t seen him in years. Facebooked each other quite a bit. loved him. So very sad it makes me to hear of his passing. His family, my family are in my prayers. My heart goes out to each and everyone of you.

  • Cynthia Greenough

    Craig is my cousin and he is my friend on facebook.i will miss him. I am so sorry to the family.may you rest in the peace of Holy spirit, knowing he is with our Lord.

  • Keith Plumlee

    I am sad to learn of his passing. A good friend and a pleasure to be around.