Christopher Alan Morrison

September 11, 1986March 7, 2019

Christopher Alan Morrison was born on September 11, 1986 and passed away on March 7, 2019.


  • Visitation Sunday, March 10, 2019
  • Saint Jude CPD Chaplin Prayer Service Sunday, March 10, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, March 11, 2019
  • Committal Service Monday, March 11, 2019

Christopher Alan Morrison

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Kimberly Mullen

March 13, 2019

I only knew Chris for a short time, but you couldn’t tell from how friendly he was towards us in the 8th district. He was such a special individual and his loss has impacted us greatly. Please accept my prayers and condolences on your loss.


March 10, 2019

Kim, we are so sorry to hear of Chris passing. We are thinking of you at this sad time and sending love. Hold on to God's Unchanging Hands.

Our Deepest Condolences
The Keatts Family

Stacey Liboy

March 9, 2019

Chris was devoted on the job and with his family. I couldn’t of asked for a better person to work with from time to time. I had the pleasure of being one of the first Officer’s Chris worked with in the 008th district when he was a probationary police Officer, and let me just say what a humble hardworking man. We laughed and shared family stories during our tour of duty. He had such a glow in his face every time he would mention his wife and kids. It was an honor to know him in such a short period of time, but truly blessed to be a part of the extended family in the 008th district. Chris, not only are you a brother in blue but you are now our angel in blue to look after 1st watch. Thank you for your services my friend, you will forever be in our hearts.
Officer Liboy and family

Kevin Connelly

March 9, 2019

Chris worked for us for a number of years. I could not have asked for a better employee. Chris was a very good man, one of the good guys...his family and his integrity was very important to Chris. He lived his life to help others. I grew up in a Marine family and Chris was a Marine, still. If something needed to be done, he did it. If you had a tough situation he would not avoid it. He was a man you could count on. His word was his bond. The love he had for his family was evident everyday. We were very disappointed to lose Chris when he became part of the CPD but we knew that our loss was Chicago's gain. They say you can judge a man in the end by one measuring stick...was the world a better place because Chris was in certainly was. The world is a lesser place today because he is gone. We miss him already

Joe Shevlin

March 9, 2019

He was quiet, humble, and strong. A US Marine. He was exactly the type of person the police department needs. He will be sorely missed. Sincere condolences to family, friends, and co-workers from the Shevlin family.