Christopher Paul DeWalt

9 May, 19584 May, 2020

Christopher Paul DeWalt, age 61, of Boyertown, PA passed away on Monday May 4th, 2020. Christopher was born May 9th, 1958 in West Chester, PA to Verda (Trumbauer) and Donald L. DeWalt. He was a graduate of Owen J. Roberts High School in Pottstown, PA. Christopher was a career Assembler and Machine Operator. He was a member of Pughtown Baptist Church in Spring City, PA. Christopher is survived by; his sons Joshua DeWalt his wife Shauna DeWalt, and Ian DeWalt, and his wife Veronica DeWalt; his brothers Ron Phillips, Jim Bucchin and Jim DeWalt; his sisters Dottie Kepler and Melinda Bair Lee; his grandsons Triton DeWalt and Axton DeWalt; and his granddaughter Savannah DeWalt. Chris was a beloved, proud and outstanding father who’s love never ended. Chris left a selfless impression of always placing family first. Chris was a very passionate lover of Rock N Roll and spent his weekends assisting and watching his son Josh’s gigs. Chris enjoyed racing, watching football and drinking iced tea. He was found often looking up to the stars wondering if UFOs were real. He found Joy in watching American Pickers and finding the value in small things life had to offer. Chris will be remembered for his funny stories, his ability to put others first and his pony tail. Christopher was preceded in death by; his father Donald L. DeWalt; his mother Verda (Trumbauer) DeWalt; and his brother Timothy DeWalt. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the DeWalt family.


  • Joshua DeWalt (Shauna), Son
  • Ian DeWalt (Veronica), Son
  • Jim DeWalt, Brother
  • Dottie Kepler, Sister
  • Ron Phillips, Brother
  • Jim Bucchin, Brother
  • Melinda Bair Lee, Sister
  • Timothy DeWalt, Brother (deceased)
  • Triton DeWalt, Grandson
  • Axton DeWalt, Grandson
  • Savannah DeWalt, Granddaughter
  • Donald L. DeWalt, Father (deceased)
  • Verda (Trumbauer) DeWalt, Mother (deceased)


Christopher Paul DeWalt

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Thomas Henry

10 May 2020

So sorry to hear of your passing. I think it was 1999 when we last ran into each other. We certainly had some good times together. Working at Seven Stars Inn. Going to the drag races at Maple Grove Raceway. Hanging out and listening to the hard rock music we both loved. We did lose touch in the past 20 years but I never forgot about you.

Amy Smith

7 May 2020

Several years ago, I started following Josh's band around the area, and that's how I met Chris. Although I only knew him for those few short years, he was one person who always made me feel welcome like he'd known me for much longer. That always stuck with me. I will miss his smiling face.

Helen Johnstone

6 May 2020

Enjoyed having you as a good friend, will be missed always

Christopher Maffei

5 May 2020

He was at every single gig watching his son tear it up!!! A great man and a cool dude all around!!! Much love and respect to him and his family!!!β€πŸ§‘πŸ’šπŸ’›

Ken Walters

5 May 2020

Josh and Ian,
Chris was my favorite brother in law. We shared some great memories that I will hold forever in my heart. The favorite one was when we went camping in Va. He was super laid back and very easy going. I love you both!!!...RIP my brother!!

Donna Greer

5 May 2020

🀟❀🀟Chris was such an awesome friend,he was so laid back,it was so much fun rockin out with him,and seeing him at work,when I came in as he was leaving ,we worked different shifts,he was a fighter through and through,he lived his life to the fullest til the end,but the main thing is ,he loved his family so much,they are his life,and his friend Mary,also,his ex wife Sue remained in his life also as a friend along with her man Sam,it was so cool to see the closeness of his family,Josh and Shauna,Triton and Ax,Ian and Veronica and Savannah,my heart hurts for all of you,Chris is not hurtin any more,he is rockin in peace,forever,I will keep all of you in my prayers,I love you all so much,if you need anything please contact me,I love you Chris,Fly to the Angels,forever rock in peace,as Shauna puts itβ€πŸ€ŸπŸ™β€πŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€Ÿ

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