Craig began his EMS journey in 1986, joining an EMS explorer program while in high school in New York. He was instantly hooked, with a passion for helping others and a desire to continue to build knowledge and skills. By 1988 he had his EMT certification and was serving with the Malverne Volunteer Ambulance Corps as well as working for a paid EMS service. He went on to gain his New York State EMT-Critical Care certification in 1991, becoming an Advanced Life Support provider. While at Binghamton University, Craig was a member of the student-run Harpur’s Ferry Voluntary Ambulance Service and also became certified as a fire-fighter, volunteering with the Vestal Fire Department. Craig’s passion For EMS followed him as he moved to New Jersey, volunteering with the Far Hills-Bedminster First Aid Squad and to CT where he has volunteered with Monroe EMS since 2009.