Craig William Peckham

Craig William Peckham passed away on October 4, 2022, at the age of 63 in Seabrook, Texas.  He was born on December 22, 1958, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and lovingly raised by his adoptive parents Henry and Margaret “Rita” Peckham.

He was an amazing father to three beautiful children, Meaghan, Shauna and Graham. He considered it a privilege that he had the opportunity to love them unconditionally and watch them grow into the beautiful people they are today.  He loved hearing about their lives and adventures and said he was glad they ventured out to do the things he only dreamed of doing.  From the beginning he made it a point to tell them he loved them and showered them with kisses, words of praise and words of wisdom.  He cherished and shared every picture he received of them and his grandchildren, Aaliyah, Malakai and Ezra.  His eyes would beam at the mention of any of them and loved sharing stories of each of them.

He was an amazing stepfather to Gabrielle.  He invested time into her life by coaching soccer teams, becoming a referee for her summer swim league and even making funny videos to share with her when he would watch her cats when she went out of town.  His love and wisdom knew no bounds and so he made it a point to share them with her.  He looked forward to walking her down the aisle in April.  And he will be there in spirit.

As a husband, he was the fulfillment of a promise from God. He never stopped seeing his wife, Rozette, as his beautiful bride.  He loved her with God’s love, saw her through God’s eyes and held her with God’s arms and grace.  He would lasso the moon for her, if she asked.  He loved her unconditionally and would tell her all the time that he was blessed to be loved by her but in fact, it was she that was blessed by his love.

He loved his job, his coworkers and his customers.  He said he was tired when he returned home each night, but it was worth it because he loved his job.  He made many friends along his route with UPS.  He made an impression on everyone.  He had the kindest, selfless spirit.   He tried to see the best in others and did what he could to protect and serve them.

On October 4th, 2022, Craig fell asleep on earth and woke up in heaven with his heavenly father.  He is survived by his wife, Rozette Peckham, his children and their spouses, Meaghan Peckham and her spouse Jen Maclean, Shauna Peckham and her spouse Dylan Thomson, Graham Peckham, his stepdaughter Gabrielle Vera, his grandchildren Aaliyah Milne, Malakai Peckham Thomson and Ezra Peckham-Maclean and his sister Sandi Callaghan.

We will celebrate his life at Crowder Funeral Home – Clear Lake on Saturday, October 22nd, 2022, Craig’s family will meet guests from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm with the Service at 2:00 pm, 111 East Medical Center Boulevard Webster, TX 77598.


  1. Thank you Craig for always supporting Rozette and our crazy, fun loving Scrapbooking girls. He allowed his home to be invaded for many days by us.
    His love and support was obvious and his grace huge. Until he meets his loved ones again, we here Earthside will continue to love one another.

    Cheryl Scalora
  2. Please accept our sincere condolences.

    It was a pleasure to have met Craig and we were deeply saddened to learn of his passing. May he Rest In Eternal Peace.

    Stephanie Milne
  3. Rosette
    My condolences to you and your family. I know you both blessed
    Each other and everyone around you. I will be attending a training unfortunately
    In Him,

    Ivan Yanez
  4. We were so saddened to hear of your great loss Rozette. We pray that our gracious God sustains you with beautiful memories, comforts you with loving friends and strengthens you with the promise that one day you will meet again. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Brian and Michele Patrick
  5. Rozette, my deepest condolences go out to you and your family.
    You’re in my thoughts and prayers.
    I pray that God gives you the strength to cope with your great loss.

    Elena Rodriguez
  6. Craig, with Rozette, made a safe home for me to spend a lot of my time as I was growing up. Whether it was driving Gabby and I to the mall or an early morning 5k run, or dealing with our crazy antics during our sleepovers every weekend, he was always present, happy, and moved with a gentle kindness many men do not have. I will never forget his kind eyes, hugs & laugh. Craig & Rozette instilled in me, by example, to marry your best friend and nothing less. For that, I am so grateful.

    Alex Koshy

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