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Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley Inc.

10 West Padonia Road, Timonium, MD

OBITUARY

Christopher Michael Loundas

4 September, 196715 June, 2020

Christopher M. Loundas passed away suddenly on June 15, 2020; loving son of Marc and Margaret Loundas; beloved father of Elizabeth and Jordan Loundas; devoted cousin of William Zito.

Services and interment are private. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be directed in Christopher’s memory to DAV-Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250.

Services

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Christopher Michael Loundas

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Robert Goyco

22 June 2020

It seems like a million years ago that Chris knocked on my door to invite us to a cookout at his house that forged friendships that last to this day. From working on the Monte Carlo to not paying attention to the tides while camping on the beach, always an adventure!

Godspeed Paratrooper
Airborne all the way!

Thomas Carson

21 June 2020

I had the pleasure of working for Chris's Dad, Marc, at Starleigh Entertainment and always enjoyed speaking with a very young man named Chris who would stop into the agency from time to time.

I lost touch with him after I moved on, but I must say how honored I am to see that he was in the same 82nd Airborne Division as I and I applaud his courage and perseverence, as getting one's wings is not an easy task.

My heart aches for Marc and Margaret, two amazing people who I know loved their son more than anything.

RIP Trooper!

William Zito

18 June 2020

Christopher was a great friend and wonderful cousin and I will miss him always!! He will always be in my heart. We had great times together.

Dawn Hubbs

18 June 2020

When Dad, Theresa, and I moved in with you, Aunt Pie and Uncle Marc, we were so little and it always felt like a party whenever you were there. I always looked up to you like the cooler, older cousin. Whenever you would pick me up from school or when you took me to school stuff, I always felt special and cool by association. I always had so much fun spending time with you and having our special chats. I will always remember the day you took me out to Loch Raven with your friends and you told me it was our little secret. I have so many more special memories from when we were in the big house and you were chasing Emily and I around in your Halloween costume. We really thought you were a vampire. I even remember ratting you out with Theresa. You were more like an older brother during those times. But as we got older and life got in the way, we didn't see you as much, but whenever I did - you always maintained that fierce sense of humor and the ability to make light of any situation. We all will miss you so much and we will take your memory with us as we try to make sense of our loss. I hope you find peace, but you have left a big hole in the hearts of the ones you leave behind. Even though we won't be able to see you, I know you will be with us wherever we go. I love you so much and am so happy to have been able to call you family. XOXOXO

This picture is from Dec. 1982

Thomas Carson

18 June 2020

While working for Marc at Starleigh Entertainment, I met Chris and found him to be a great guy. Through the years I lost touch with him and to know that he followed in my footsteps by joining the fabled 82nd Airborne made me respect him all the more.

My heart breaks for his immediately wife and children and condolences go out to Marc and Margaret, two amazing parents who loved Chris totally.

RIP Trooper!

Karen Rallis

18 June 2020

You made me laugh so many times Christopher ! Thank You ! May you rest in peace.

Frank Murphy

17 June 2020

We only met a few times but I remember your spirit R.I.P your in my prayers.

Frank Murphy
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John reitz

16 June 2020

Chris, a man for others at his own peril.
Requiescat in pacem.

Theresa Zito

16 June 2020

I have some very fond memories of you, Christopher. Like Christmas time last year when I got a chance to sit and talk with you for a bit and you showed me those old pictures of you, or more recently when you were over for dinner and you and Dad were joking around the dinner table. I know Dad loved you like a brother. And although we may not have seen each other as often as I would have liked, I shall always cherish those simple memories, and I shall miss you dearly.
Please watch over us and when you wish upon a star, I'll know you're not far!! ⭐⭐
xoxoxo

Sara Macek

16 June 2020

FROM THE FAMILY

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