An ex-spokane county constable sheriff named Craig Chamberlin has departed away. His demise occurred on Sunday night, according to his family.
“Craig Chamberlin, our father, greatest friend, and superhero, passed away, his family announced in a statement published online. We are still in shock as a family because it was unexpected.”
52-year-old Chamberlin was the father of three daughters. Chamberlin spent 22 years working for the sheriff’s office, during which time he appeared on radio and television programmes and gained widespread popular recognition.
No information regarding Chamberlin’s cause of death has been released. According to his family, the death was sudden.
It was unexpected; his children said we were still in shock as a family. “This is as terrible and devastating to you all as it is to us because he was well-known and loved by many people. We are grateful for your kindness and support.
The family may provide details regarding the funeral services in the future. The news of his passing saddens people because they already miss and think of him.
The Spokane Valley is where Craig Chamberlin was born and brought up. He also graduated from University High School in 1988 and then attended the University of Puget Sound on a football scholarship.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics in 1992, and shortly after that, he began working for the Okanogan Country Sheriff’s Office.
The following message appears on a GoFundMe page that has been set up:
We regret to inform you that on the evening of April 30, 2023, Craig Chamberlin, our father, dearest friend, and superhero, passed away. We are still in shock as a family because it was unexpected. Courtney, Makenzie, and I, his three daughters, are responsible for organising his funeral. We hope to be able to celebrate and honour his life with a dignified burial. Many people knew and loved him, so this is as tragic and upsetting to you all as it is to us. We appreciate your love and support; we need it. Three hundred twenty-six gifts totalling $29,622 were made towards a $35,000 objective.