June 10, 1986 - April 10, 2019
Chris had a big loving heart which everyone who met him would always say. He had a great sense of humor and made you laugh even if you didn’t want to.
Music, boxing, football and movies were his things. He also liked Facebook and used to ask me how could I not look at it everyday.
Chis was our baby boy – our youngest son. He has two older brothers who miss Chris dearly. Most importantly, he was a father to a beautiful little girl, Savannah, who he adored and she worshiped him.
If you talk to any of his friends they would say “you couldn’t get a better one”. All of these things are wonderful but Chris never realized how much he was loved and needed. He always had a low opinion of himself.
After back surgery, he became addicted to pain killers and the nightmare began. He tried to get clean so many times but the day before he died he said “Mom I love being clean but the demons in my head are stronger”.
We miss everything about Chris. Believe me, he really was a pain in the butt as well; but he was our pain in the butt and even miss that.
We would do anything to have him back.
Submitted by Joanne Thrane, Mother