Craig Solliday Obituary, Death – The Port Huron Fire Department is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Craig A. Solliday, a dedicated and esteemed member of their team. Chief Solliday, who recently held the position of Assistant Chief, passed away, leaving a profound impact on the department and the community he served. Craig A. Solliday began his journey with the Port Huron Fire Department in 1955, where he dedicated himself to the noble cause of protecting and serving the public.
His retirement marked the end of a distinguished and impactful career that touched the lives of countless individuals. As the news of Chief Solliday’s passing spreads, the Port Huron Fire Department and the community mourn the loss of a true hero and a pillar of their department. Chief Solliday’s legacy will live on in the hearts and memories of all those who had the privilege of working with him and knowing him.
Throughout his impressive career, he demonstrated unwavering commitment, professionalism, and bravery in the face of danger. His hard work and dedication to duty led him to be promoted to the rank of Assistant Chief in 1983, a testament to his leadership skills and exceptional service. After 33 years of outstanding service to the Port Huron Fire Department and the community, Chief Solliday made the difficult decision to retire in 1988.
The Port Huron Fire Department extends its deepest sympathies to Chief Solliday’s family, friends, and colleagues during this time of grief. They honor his memory and will forever cherish the invaluable contributions he made to the department and the community. May Chief Craig A. Solliday rest in peace, knowing that his service and dedication made a lasting impact on the lives of so many.