Join the Prior Fight
Craig began a battle last October with colon cancer. His fighting spirit has been apparent since the beginning of this difficult journey, and will continue to shine on. There have been multiple chemotherapy treatments to date, and although this family continues to face this disease head on, and with hope, the prognosis currently isn’t good.
Craig’s wife Alyson, is an amazing elementary school teacher. She has a heart of gold and always has the best interest of her students at the forefront of her mind. Her students haven’t known about her family’s situation as of yet. Out of consideration for her student’s needs, she asks that anyone reading this not share these hardships with them or any other students at her school.
This disease came swiftly and without warning for this young family bringing with it many financial burdens. These financial implications can be far-reaching and often times overwhelming. It is for these reasons that we ask you to help ease the financial burdens placed on this family. Any donations, large or small, are greatly appreciated. They will be applied to medical costs and living expenses for the family.
Thank you for joining in the Prior family’s fight. Your thoughts and prayers for this incredibly strong family are heart-felt.
My heart just aches for his family. I knew Craig from FC Dallas and working with him for years. He was always an energetic and positive person and couldn't stop talking about his girls and his wife. We felt like we knew them personally because of how much he spoke of them. I lost my mom before graduating high school to this same disease, however, I can't imagine the pain his family is going through loosing the love of their love of their life. He was so positive and touched everyone he was around, he was gentle and kind and sweet. I had been thinking about him these last few weeks and his family, my thoughts and prayers go out to them. There are so many words to describe the man, father, son, and husband he was that there will never be enough room to write them all down. While we are happy you are no longer in pain, we will miss you dearly.