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Christopher Crockett

In Loving Memory

Crockett, Christopher

December 4, 2007 - June 17, 2024

Chris Crockett of Affton, MO, left this world on June 17th, 2024. He was born in Saint Louis on December 4th, 2007 to his parents Kyla Wojicicki and Christopher Crockett.

Chris attended Bayless High School where he enjoyed goofing off, visiting Mrs. Martini, and being with his friends. When not in school, Chris loved playing on his Xbox, hanging out with friends, spending time with his little brother Ian and sisters Jayla and Nevaeh, helping his uncle Justin with his lawn care business, and watching anime.

Chris’s friends and family are devastated by this loss. He was only 16 years old and had a vibrant future ahead of him. Chris had plans of joining the basketball team this upcoming school year, becoming a lawyer, carpenter, or construction worker, and living at home so he wouldn’t have to ever pay rent.

Despite this tragedy, his family cherishes the memories they had during their time together, including going to Disney World for the first time, going to Rockin’ Jump with his siblings, and just always spending time together. To know Chris meant knowing his brutal honesty, sarcastic inappropriate jokes, and his love of always making deals with people. He loved grape Vess sodas and Sprite, Buzz Lightyear and the little green aliens, monkeys, food, and making money. Chris lit up every room his was in and very much enjoyed being the center of attention. He was definitely loved by many.

Chris is survived by his mom Monique Fahy, siblings Ian Terrana, Jayla Carr, and Nevaeh Mikel, best friend Brayden McCabe, aunts Bre’Ona Morgan and Alexandra Bentley, uncles Unie, Justin Johnson, Robert Bentley, and Zachary Bentley,  grandmothers Christine Fahy and Sharon Bentley, grandfather Ivory Crockett, great grandparents Mary and Michael Fahy, parents Kyla Wojicicki and Christopher Crockett, and many others.

SERVICES: Visitation is on Friday, June 28th at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL (10151 Gravois Rd 63123) at 12-8pm. The dress code, if you choose to participate, consists of wearing hoodies, pajama pants, crocs and/or the colors purple and black.

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10 thoughts on “Crockett, Christopher”

  1. Sorry for y’all lost we miss you down here Chris I remember the time when we was in iss and that 12th grader was messing with me and u stood up for me and told him to leave me alone. This wasn’t supposed to happen to u Chris but god was ready for u to come home u gain your wings watch over us we gone respect your name LLC 💔🕊️
    Sincerely Asia

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  2. We love you so much Chris! You’ll always be with us! Never a day will go by where I will not be thinking of you. I love you so much!

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  3. I’m so sorry for the loss. I can’t believe it I’m so very sad for everyone involved. Condolences from everyone at family dollar 🙏❤️❤️❤️

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  4. we talked a couple days before you passed in summer school. you were late for class and you were wearing your blue bonnet with your grey sweatshirt and sweatpants in the middle of june. you were taken too soon your personality held a bright future for you. Long Live Chris LLC🕊️

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  5. Chris was so energetic and bright. we weren’t close, and lost touch toward the end of his life but anytime we did hang out it was definitely a blast. he was very generous, an authentic friend, and very ballsy for lack of a better word 😅. He was always up to no good in the silliest ways. Despite being someone who stayed in his own lane, he never seemed to hesitate to step for the people closest to him. A pure soul taken too soon, forever missed #LLC 🕊️❕❕

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  6. I honestly didn’t know him at all but i had classes with him. He seemed very quiet but when he was around friends, he was very energetic and happy. My heart goes out to his family and friends who cares for him so much. Nobody should ever have to go through what they’re going through.

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  7. Chris was one of my best friends iss was lowkey fire asf with him, i remember chrissbcalled MS. Martini and told her about his fit he was gonna wear one day. Fly high gng, you wil be missed 💔💔🕊

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