We are sad to report Brother Craig Woodhouse passed away peacefully at home 8/21/2023.

Craig T. Woodhouse May 27, 1954 - August 21, 2023 Craig T. Woodhouse, 69, of North Granby, beloved husband of 41 years to Paula Woodhouse, passed away peacefully at home on Monday, August 21, 2023,with his family by his side. Craig was born in Hartford on May 27, 1954. Raised in Windsor Locks, he has been a resident of Granby for over thirty years in the house he builtwith his wife. Craig started hiscareer as a carpenter and followed as a well-respected electrician for the IBEW Local Union 35 for over thirty years, and after retirement he and his wife purchased and ran the ElmStreet Package Store in Windsor Locks. Craig was known for hischarisma, love for life,sense of humor, and kindhearted nature. He loved and cherished his family and enjoyed spending timewith friends,riding his Harley Davison throughoutNewEngland, going to lakes and beaches,camping,watching Patriots games,walking his dog, Nash, and always up for anything fun. Hewas known to put a smile on anyone’s face and lit up every roomthemoment hewalked in. Hewill forever bemissed. Craig is survived by his wife, Paula; five children: Brian (Kelly) Woodhouse, Patrick (Michelle) Woodhouse, Christopher (Emily) Woodhouse, Craig (Abby) Woodhouse, and Lee-Anna (William) Greenwood; brother: Bruce (Jeanne) Woodhouse;sister-in-law, Suzanne (Paul) Rivard; brotherin-law, Dean Fisher; nephew, Paul (Maria) Rivard, great niece Brady-Lee Rivard; his grandchildren: Mason, Benjamin, Declan, William, Nick; and step-grandchildren Grace and Audrey. Hewas predeceased by his parents: Ralph and Muriel Woodhouse; in-laws: Williamand Isabelle Fisher; and nephew, Peter Rivard. Friends and family are invited to call on Sunday, August 27th, from2-6pmattheHayes-Huling & Carmon Funeral Home, 364 Salmon Brook St, Granby, CT. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, August 28th, at 10 amat St. Mary’s Church, 942 HopmeadowSt, Simsbury, CT. The burial will followatGranby Cemetery, 6 N Granby Rd, Granby, CT. Donations can bemade in his memory to The American Cancer Society.