OBITUARY

Christopher Brian Shaw

February 24, 1965May 26, 2019
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Christopher Brian Shaw, 54, of Baytown, TX passed away suddenly on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He was born February 24th, 1965 in Lufkin, TX.

He attended Kansas State University, where he played several sports. He had two passions in life, his family, which was always first. His passion of music began at a young age and his love of playing his drums, which continued throughout his life. In 1999 he began working at S & B Engineers and Constructors, LTD. where he was still currently employed as Senior Safety Manager.

He is survived by his beautiful wife, Pamela and his 8 children, Tabatha, Faith, Sabrina, Landen, Seth, Damian, Aaron, and Aubrey. He also has 15 grandchildren.

He is survived by his mother, Cynthia Lucille Coplen of Gurdon, AR and his sister, Erin Wingfield of Gurdon, AR.

He is predeceased by his father Ronnie Dean Shaw, from Comanche, OK and his grandparents, W.W. “Pete” Shaw and Manara Louis Graham Shaw from Gypsy Camp, OK.

A Viewing Service is scheduled for May 31, 2019, from 5-7 pm at Navarre Funeral Home in Baytown, TX.

Burial will follow on Monday, June 3rd, 2019 in Fairlawn Cemetery in Comanche, OK at 11am.

  • FAMILY

  • Ronnie Dean Shaw, Father Deceased
  • W.W. “Pete” Shaw and Manara Louis Graham Shaw, Grandparents Deceased
  • Pamela Hammers, Wife
  • Tabatha, Faith, Sabrina, Landen, Seth, Damian, Aaron, and Aubrey, Children
  • He also has 15, Grandchildren
  • Cynthia Lucille Coplen, Mother
  • Erin Wingfield, Sister

Services

  • Visitation Friday, May 31, 2019

Memories

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Johnny King

June 5, 2019

I will always remember looking out from the stage at 18th st pier and seeing Chris and Pam rocking along with me when my bands played. He was at every show I did there without fail. When I’d get off stage we’d always share a beer and he’d show me pictures of his drum kit as we talked about music. He had such a passion for it. I will always cherish those conversations and am thankful for the time I got to spend with him.
You’ll be missed Chris ..::.you really will.

Serh Crouse

June 4, 2019

Hey Ol man...... I've called and left voicemails, I know they won't be returned. I haven't much to say outside of I love you. I will share all I know with anyone who asks. I felt you in your chair, Damian and Aaron looks just like you and I look like your dad, a trait that wouldn't have been passed down without you. I will see you again, and we will laugh and share a drink together, you coors light and me a revelstoke. Until then, see you later and I love you.

Alex Lopez

May 31, 2019

7 short years I’ve known you Shaw but they were 7 years full of good memories. I’ve spent half my safety career under your wing learning the ropes and there was always a sense of security in your words of advice. But the talks about family life were the most memorable. I’m going to miss getting a phone call at Christmas and New Years to make sure the family and I are ok. You will be missed my friend.

Nic Gibson

May 31, 2019

I will always remember saying good morning to Shawbert.
"Good Mornin', Chris."
Shaw: "What's so damn good about it?"
Always ornery but a heart of gold. Miss you already, brother. RIP.

David Pearson

May 31, 2019

Chris you are and always will be one of the greatest men I knew and the best father in law a man could ask for . I will miss the rocking out in the garage And the talks we had . I'll make you proud and crack open one for you and keep rocking like the heathens we are :)

Sabrina Hammers

May 31, 2019

So many memories, too many for this page. Since you came into my life when I was 3 you have been my dad. You gave me guidance, kindness, and a great taste in music. I miss you bunches. You will always be my dad and I will always love you.

Angela Cain

May 31, 2019

I’ve known Chris for 9 years and what started off as short conversations of me venting about moron drivers, transitioned into happier talks about hard rock music and college basketball and eventually into meaningful talks about life and love. He wasn’t just a coworker or colleague, he was my good friend and knowing him led me to another treasured friend, his beloved Pam. I’m grateful for the time we had together and for the memories that will forever make me smile.

Andrew Lopez

May 31, 2019

Will miss you Chris. I was only able to get you out the garage a couple of times, but the fun we had together in your garage I will always cherish. Jamming out, listening to new an old music, talking about our issues in life. Now your up there meeting all the rock legends. Wish we could have had more memories together....

Eric Clutter

May 30, 2019

Known you for 8 years Shaw. You were a hard man....fair, caring, funny and full of piss and vinegar. Say it like it is kinda guy. I will truly miss working with you and our conversations on work and mostly life. That's the side of Shaw I know and will miss very much.

Tabatha LaMere

May 30, 2019

Catching him smiling for the camera was difficult. So happy I have this one to share with the world. We were waiting for Houston Open Air to start but they ended up cancelling the concert. We still had a great time. I love this old man!

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DJ Chris

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Hanging out with Steve.

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Chris at 4 years old with his daddy.

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