RIP: Mark Craighead, owner/founder Crossbreed

RIP: Mark Craighead, owner/founder Crossbreed

This is a discussion on RIP: Mark Craighead, owner/founder Crossbreed within the Bob & Terry's Place forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Just read it on facebook, from Crossbreed's official page that Mark passed away this afternoon. That's pretty much all that was said, not many details. ...

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    Unhappy RIP: Mark Craighead, owner/founder Crossbreed

    Just read it on facebook, from Crossbreed's official page that Mark passed away this afternoon. That's pretty much all that was said, not many details. :-(
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    A very sad thing indeed. I am curious as to what has occurred though, since he was not very old.

    Thoughts and prayers to the family.
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    Found this from Rob Pincus....

    Mark Craighead, RIP | The Truth About Guns
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    I hate it when the good die young. We've lost some really good folks this year.
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    Heart attack. RIP.

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    Damn!! He most definitely was one of the good guys! Every time I dealt with Mark or Crossbreed they always made me feel like I was their most important customer.

    Horrible, horrible news.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    I hate it when the good die young. We've lost some really good folks this year.
    So true, I really enjoy his TV series Trigger time. Sad day for all in the gun community.....
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    Wow he was young !
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    I'm very sad about this. I heard it a few days ago. He was a stand up guy.

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    R.I.P. Mark

    Much too young.
    Sounds as though he knew how to live life how he wished,
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    Sad news indeed.

    Marshall St. John (owner of Mouseguns.com), Paul Gomez, and now Mark Craighead. We've lost some stellar people in the gun industry this year.

    Rest in peace to all of you fine gentlemen. Your lives made an impact, and made a difference. You all will be sorely missed.
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    So sad. Had no idea. Own two Crossbreeds. I sent an email about how much I liked my first Crossbreed and got a personal note back. That, my friend, is customer service. Prayers of comfort and trust for his family sent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RubenZ View Post
    Wow he was young !
    Only 43. Geez, that is young. "Heart attack after a successful outpatient procedure" followed by a second major heart attack. Wow is right.

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