is with deep regret and sorrow that we report the death of Captain Craig Aman
from kidney cancer on March 14, 2017.
spent his final hours at his home in Eugene, Oregon with his family, including
his wife Melissa, daughters Lauren, Jess and Gianna and son Mike.
joined the Seattle Fire Department in December 1990, serving on Ladder 9 and
Ladder 5 before becoming a Paramedic in 1994. In 2010, Craig was promoted to
Lieutenant and then in 2016 to Captain. As a Lieutenant, Craig served as the
Special Events Coordinator and AMR liaison at Battalion 3.
regarding a memorial in the Seattle area will be shared as soon as they are
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