OBITUARY

Christopher Shane WALKER

12 March, 19922 May, 2021

Christopher Shane WALKER was born on March 12, 1992 and passed away on May 2, 2021 and is under the care of Mainland Funeral Home.

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Christopher Shane WALKER

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Josh Martin

4 June 2021

Chris, I'm struggling to find the words to write because I feel like I just talked to you yesterday.
Although we only knew each other a short few months before your passing, I will cherish the memories and laughs we shared together forever. I knew the first time we talked god had put you in my life for a reason because we shared alot of the same interests and we could relate to each other. I can't tell you how much I'm going to miss the late night gaming sessions or getting random texts and funny videos sent to me regularly, they really brightened my day. I don't know the full extent of the pain you were going through and I wish I could have helped you in some way. I miss you man...But I know you are in God's kingdom now and that you are at peace. Until we meet again someday. Love you brother

Andre Jones

3 June 2021

To my brother...i miss you man. I know God got you covered and there is no more pain to be felt in this world. You were, is...still a great friend and one of the most kind hearted person I've had the honor of meeting. Sleep in peace Chris aka THEWATERMELON.
LOVE YOU BRO

Javaris Jordan

3 June 2021

Chris, my man. It’s with a heavy heart that I write this. You’ve been an amazing friend and we have shared countless laughs and jokes that will remain with me until the end of time. From breaking bad, to Call Of Duty... the inside jokes are eternal. I’m glad that I had the opportunity to meet and hang out with such a good spirit. And with much love and respect.
It’s been an absolute pleasure

Rest easy my brother.

Judie Mitchell

3 June 2021

Within the parts of ourselves that we don't want to look at, there are emotions that need to be felt. Unfelt emotions are stuck energy, and when we leave emotions unprocessed, we deprive ourselves of access to that energy. Chris began the process of feeling those emotions when counseling with me and through his work he found courage to look at all the parts of himself with compassion. He traveled the path of a spiritual warrior fighting his struggles with improving attitudes and behaviors.
Love is uncertain, but can you imagine your life without loving or being loved.
You are forever loved, Chris....be at peace.
Judie Mitchell

Dustin Young

16 May 2021

Rip little brother!

Kelly Jones

10 May 2021

Chris is not only my brother, but also my friend. There’s so many shared memories we have together. When I was about 9 years old my family and I picked him up from the airport and while we were driving home he let me listen to his CD player. He was about 14 at the time. He introduced me to “Mr Roboto” and “I write sins not tragedies”. Since that day these songs remind me of him every time they play on the radio and will forever now. Chris is the reason I love video games. He’s the reason I like Rick and Morty. He’s one of the reasons I grew up playing with trucks and army guys. We played Zelda on the Gameboy Advanced when it first came out. He would play Mario on the GameCube and I’d sit there and watch him as a little kid. Chris was the brother that I could talk to seriously, but then start laughing about something a second later. He would always listen to what you had to say and make you laugh and smile. He was the “cool” brother that some people don’t get to have and I was blessed with the chance to call him mine, even if it was for a short period of time. I will forever miss my big brother and a part of me will forever be with him.

Adam Mojica

9 May 2021

I hadn’t known Chris for too long, but it doesn’t matter. His amazing character and friendly, easygoing attitude made it easy to connect with him. It was always a pleasure to be around him, and our mutual love for video games and tv meant we never ran out of things to talk about. It felt as if I had already known him for a while and that feeling was amazing! I am deeply saddened to know he has passed, but one thing that does bring some positive thoughts is knowing how he is no longer subject to the sufferings of this world. He will be missed.

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