Christopher Laurie

Christopher Ryan Laurie

May 7th, 1984 - December 1st, 2019
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On December 1st Christopher Laurie loving father to his only son Ryan, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Canon City at the age of 35.

Christopher was born on May 7th 1984 in Colorado Springs Colorado. He was a graduate of Florence High School and soon after he started his welding career.

Christopher was an avid fisherman, who spent most of his free time with his son Ryan out on the water, often joined by his niece, nephew, friends and co-workers. He loved hiking in the mountains, playing blackjack and softball. Chris a 49’s fan and Ryan a Saints fan often found themselves at playful odds over their loyalties for their teams.

Christopher is survived by his son Ryan, brother Lee and his children Tyler and Kaitlyn, his mother Peggy and her husband Terry and his father Lee Sr.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Chris’s son Ryan Laurie at Great Western Bank 110 S. 9th Street Canon City Colorado 81212 or Great Western Bank 5225 N. Academy Blvd. Ste. 100 Colorado Springs Colorado 80918
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  • Service

    Friday December 13th, 2019 | 11:00am
    Friday December 13th, 2019 11:00am
    Evergreen Funeral Home
    1830 East Fountain Boulevard
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  • Reception

    Evergreen Funeral Home
    1830 E. Fountain Blvd.
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    Reception following memorial service


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Miranda Kammerlohr

Posted at 10:55am
Christopher Laurie will remain in our hearts forever and will always be remembered. With deepest sympathy and my heartfelt condolences. Love you Chris
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Sunni Douty

Posted at 11:34pm
Wow where to even begin.. the day i met you... softball.. yes you came up to me and asked me for my number... funny thing is i never gave it to you... of course you didnt stay away... lol.. you ended up being the biggest part of my life so far.. the one love as an adult... you gave me the best wildest 8 years. taught me to be a better mom to my kids taught me to cook... yes friends i suck at cooking and this man can so make a killer steak... you moved and and we became a family for so long.. you helped me raise my kids as your own.. you were all they had a father for so many years and we were so blessed to add ryan to that mix.. it was a blast.. the fishing adventures in blue mesa every year the late night fishing at pueblo res. you were the funniest guy around you made everyone laugh.. you tall stature your pretty green eyes and hugs that made you feel so safe inside. you and i got an amazing boat that you grew to love and have so many fond memories with your son.. you helped me through life chris you helped me be the person i am today.. my daughter learned how to walk with you, you gave her her first big girl bed, you taught her what a real pinky promise was...haha... you pulled her first tooth by of course tying a string to a door.... you made so much fun of my ford just to get the exact same one year and all.. and when you bought rims and tires ha... you got the matching set... we may have decided to part ways a year ago but we spent the past year moving a few blocks away and nightly phone calls.. and yes im sure you would have been my forever.. everything ive ever bought in my young adult hood was with you, every memory almost with my kids was with you and you supporting me on and making fun of the funny ways i walk, you are all around me.. i promise ill spend the rest of my life loving you and remembering you and your funny ways.. and sharing all those with ryan. god took you to soon from us but he needed you up there for bigger and better things.. so i have to not be selfish.... and trust in him.... chris may you rest easy we love you xoxoxox

April Cochran, John Wollman Jr, Juniper Wollman

Posted at 11:56am
You loved the outdoors, and we know that you'd really want this. May this tree, carry on your memory. R.I.P. our dear friend/brother
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Charleen Wetzstein

Posted at 04:02pm
Chris, in your adulthood, you were such a nice young man with a great smile. But I have some pretty fond memories of you as a rambunctious kid too. One of my fondest will always be from our wedding day, back in 1991, when it hailed...and you and Lee went out to the courtyard and had a blast collecting the hail into large hail balls. Griffin and I often mention that moment when we talk about our special day. I'm so glad you were a part of our lives, and a special part of so many others' lives. My heart breaks for your mom, your brother, and so many other friends and family members who adored you. Keep your grandma company until we can all see her again! With love, your (second) cousin, Charleen Wetzstein (and Griffin too)

Amber Kirkland

Posted at 03:06am
Man where do I begin on all the memories we have together. One of them was you, me, and Lee spending time together at your place in Pen rose. I remember going swimming in this round above ground pool and jumping on one of your friends trampolines. Also all the memories of spending time at grandmas and grandpas house. Playing in the pool, and me always trying to convince grandma to let me go to the rocks with you and Lee. I remember going to your other grandmas house right down the street, and having Fourth of July in the back yard there. Last memory, the time I was so sick with pneumonia and I was in the hospital. That was the summer you lived with us. Chris you came to the hospital and spend the day with me. You thought me how to play black jack and watched so many movies to count. Chris I will forever remember you in my heart and will miss you always. You were one the best cousins, I could have ever asked for. I am sad that we never got around to planning a fishing trip with You and Ryan, Maddox and I. Rest easy my dear cousin and watch over Ryan and all of our family. Kiss grandma for me. I love you so much.

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