Christopher St. Amand

10 Condolences

10 Condolences

  1. Chris you will truly be missed. And although your physical is gone, your spirit lives on. We always considered you as family, and we know you looked at us the same. We’ve shared many great memories that will be cherished for a lifetime. Sincere condolences to the family in this time of need. It was an honor to know and have you in our life. It won’t be the same without you! Love ya bro!

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  2. Wish to send our condolences upon Chris passing. He was always smiling and we will miss his laugh the most. We send our prayers to his family and friends because he will be truly missed. Rest in peace Chris.

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  3. Chris we going to miss you a lot just the love you have and the way you were so open to people like I said to you to know you is to love and to not know you is to hate you I love you Chris and thank you for Gracing us with your presence

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  4. Chris was a dear friend and more importantly he was family. I will miss the misadventures I had with him. When you were around chris you knew that you were going to have fun that night. Chris never made anyone feel like they didn’t deserve respect, he constantly went out of his way to make you feel safe around him. He was a true friend in every sense of the word. Always loyal and always honest, you could trust Chris with anything.

    We love you Chris and miss you deeply, we will see you again one day soon, may you find peace now, watch over us with your smile.

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  5. Dear Becky and family, I send you my prayers and most deepest sympathy at this most difficult time.

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  6. Becky, Chris is so close to my heart. I know Troy loved to be with him. Now they are together. All my love, June

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  7. Dear Becky, family & friends, My heart is broken with the news of your loss. I was honored to be a part of Christopher’s childhood. I have so many wonderful memories of visits & vacations spent with your family. I had travelled to CT for Becky’s graduation from nursing school. It was a bitterly cold February. Being a native Houstonian, I had never experienced a heavy snow fall. I told Chris how much I wished it would snow during my visit. One early morning, I was awakened to Chris jumping up & down on the bed screaming, Tina, it’s snowing, it’s snowing! Wake up Wake up! Ok Chris get Tina her coffee first! The joy on his face I will never forget. Chris & Jeff were determined to send me head first down a hill on a a plastic sled/board. Yes, I had my first sledding experience. I found pictures last night of the boys sending Tina down the hill. Jeff (just a little toot @ the time) was cheering me on @ the top of the hill & Chris was waiting for me @ the bottom of the hill. I was praying I would not run into a tree. I remember our trip to DisneyWorld, the boys wanted to be sure I did not miss any of the scary rides. I will cherish those memories forever. Dad & I are so sorry we could not travel for the memorial service. You are all in our thoughts & prayers. We love you, Tina & Mr Terry

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  8. Chrissy Boy, you will be surely missed but the goodness will live in our hearts Love Aunt Barb and Uncle Num Num

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  9. Hope you found your peace friend. You were a good dude. I remember you called us over to your house on Anthony’s birthday knowing we didn’t have family here to celebrate. When we got to the house were were shocked to see that you guys had cooked and had even gotten a cake. I can still hear your voice Ello Love in that British accent that you do. Sleep easy Saint you will be missed.

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  10. May I send my prayers to chris’s family and friends. Chris was a Physical Education student of mine at St. Joseph School in Baltic where I still teach today…he was a fantastic student and athlete and he continued that when he attended St. Bernards…..he will be remembered this year on my PE bulletin board in school….So sorry for your loss.

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