Craig S. Peck, 70

May 24, 2023

Craig S. Peck, of Lancaster, 70, died peacefully at Lancaster General Hospital on Wednesday, May 24, 2023.

Craig is survived by former wife, Jeannie Peck of Lancaster, daughter, LeeAndra Peck of Austin, Texas, sister, Cheryl A. Arthur wife of Dr. Kenneth R. Arthur, brother Raymond M. Peck husband of Lynne Peck, nephews Evan M. Peck and Jared M. Peck all of Lancaster.

Craig’s lifelong passion for flight led him to obtain a private pilot’s license. He mastered flying unmanned aerial vehicles including drone photography and he delighted in teaching many individuals to do the same. Craig enjoyed time on the water and sailing Chesapeake Bay with family and friends. He was a past President of the Lancaster Remote Controlled Flying Club and worked with the local Make-A-Wish Foundation on various fundraisers.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Pepper Theo Café, 555 W. James Street, Lancaster PA
( on Sunday, June 25th at 2pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Make-A-Wish Foundation at or to the Feathered Sanctuary Exotic Bird Rescue at

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Condolences to the Family

June 08, 2023

Craig…. life’s crazy. We met for the first time twice. Keep livin the dream you said. We always had a good time whether at the RV shows or just killing time. You were my friend, oddly the pastor that married me the first time, and a partner in crime and fellow lover of watches. I’ll never forget all the time we spent in the air together… “what’s that red blinking light”. One of the few people I know that was always true to himself. I love you man, and  I’ll see you on the other side my brother and friend.  Bradley D. Keener

June 05, 2023

We’ll miss Craig’s dry sense of humor and his presence at our Super Bowl gatherings.  We’ll never forget the first game he attended at our home; he was the only person to brave the snow storm, brought shrimp, and apparently didn’t even really like football, as he had no idea that a touchdown was worth 6 points.

June 03, 2023

A memorable person in my life! Craig connected me to my first rescue dog: a German short-hair pointer; the first of many resumes! Thanks for being so kind to my father Craig! 
Susanne Wanner Shand

June 03, 2023

You were always a good friend…. wild and zany. Until we meet again Craig .
John Hall

June 02, 2023

I’ll miss you old friend, RIP. See ya down the road.   Eddie Parker

June 02, 2023

Peace, love, and light to Craig, his family and friends.  He was a one-of-a-kind guy. Lizbeth Potts

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