Craig Allan Maull was born and raised in Haddonfield and graduated from Haddonfield Memorial High School in 1966. Craig attended vocational school and became certified in heating and air conditioning. In 1967, he became a member of Haddon Fire Company No.1.
Craig was drafted during the Vietnam War, but chose to enlist in the Army in 1969. He was sent to Vietnam after training in Fort Hood, Texas. Craig enjoyed the fire service, and one of his many duties while in the Army was being involved in the fire brigade where he was stationed. Upon returning to Haddonfield, Craig returned to Haddon Fire Company No.1, where he remained an active member for 50 years. Craig was a certified fire instructor and rose to the rank of captain. Craig was a man who never said “No” to anyone. He was always willing to help others in any way he could.
Craig was also very involved with the American Legion Post 38 and a very active member of the Pinewood Antlers Gun Club. During his free time, Craig participated in bowling and horseshoe leagues. He enjoyed these activities as well as hunting and fishing with many of his firehouse friends.
Craig is survived by his wife, twin sons, daughter-in-law, and four grandchildren. The family all knew when the alarm sounded to open the door and stand clear. Craig was flying out the door. His last call was a memorable one, riding the ladder truck with three of his best buddies. He loved being a firefighter. Craig will certainly be missed by his friends and family.