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Christopher Russell

In Loving Memory

Russell, Christopher A.

May 10, 1959 - January 27, 2024

on Saturday, January 27th, 2024.

Beloved husband of Peggy Russell (nee Bryant); devoted father of Megan (Kevin) Wedemeier, Hannah (Brandon) Maxwell, Chris (Kylie) Russell, and Melissa (Ben Bishop) Russell; adoring grandfather of Natalie and Audrey Wedemeier, Wyatt, Faye, and Ellie Maxwell, and Cooper and Quinn Russell; dearest son of the late James and Ellen Russell; loving brother of John (Cara) Russell, Paul (Ann) Russell, and Lisa Russell; our dear uncle, cousin, and friend.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in honor of Christopher to The Colon Cancer Foundation.


7 thoughts on “Russell, Christopher A.”

  1. To all the Russell’s- sending hugs and prayers to help you through the days and years ahead. Chris was a nice guy and we are deeply saddened to hear about his passing. He was way too young!!

  2. My deepest and most heartfelt condolences to the Russell family and friends. May God lay his healing hand upon all of you in this time of grief and give you strength to remember all of the good memories you hold in your heart.

  3. You’ll never know how much I missed you in my life. I’ll always love you and our family. God Bless and say hi to mom and dad for me. Love ya brother. I’m working on a list of Turbo Grapix x64 games to play with Brad and just remember the good times.

    Our years at the lake with all of our kids will forever be our most treasured times. We would get to the lake late on Friday night, with me and the boys going directly to the Docks and Annie sitting in our trailer doing data input. Three boats, all designed for different adventures, kids who loved it all. Most importantly family who loved and supported each other. Say hi to Mom and Dad. I’ll always love you.

  4. Charlene, Murphy and I give our love and prayers to all those in the Russell family and those who were close to Christopher as friends. This is heartbreaking I know, but the memories that you’ve shared will last forever and will always be cherished.


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