Christopher John Scully

May 10, 1974October 14, 2018

Christopher John Scully, 44, lifelong resident of East Hartford, passed away unexpectedly on October 14, 2018. Chris was born on May 10, 1974, and he was a graduate of East Hartford High Class of 1992. Chris was an exceptional mason and carpenter for over 20 years. He was extremely meticulous and took tremendous pride in his work. Chris was an avid Red Sox fan and enjoyed his trips to Las Vegas with his cousins, JJ and Shaun and brother-in-law, Mike. He was always there to lend a helping hand whenever needed and continuously volunteered for Riverfest and the Podunk Bluegrass Festival, events held in East Hartford. Chris was a gentle soul, strong in character and impossibly shy, yet, was man enough to dance and sing to Barbie Girl with his niece, Makayla. He was adored by all that knew and loved him. Chris will be dearly missed by his family; mother Charlene Sullivan and her husband, Tim McLaughlin, father Charles Scully and his wife, Marianne, John Uldrikis, sisters Lisa Roman and her husband, Michael, Kim Kirkpatrick and her wife, Meredith, and Lisa Iris and her husband, Peter, godparents, Sharon and Helmut Uldrikis, nieces Makayla, Olivia, Jocelyn, and Natalie, nephew Matthew and great nephew Thomas. Chris was loved by his numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Calling hours will be held Sunday, October 28 from 1-5pm at the Newkirk & Whitney Funeral Home, 318 Burnside Ave., East Hartford, CT. There will be a funeral service at North United Methodist Church, 300 Parker St., Manchester, CT on Monday, October 29 at 10:30am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Doctors Without Borders ( or a charity of your choice. To leave online condolence, please visit .


  • Charlene Sullivan and her husband, Tim McLaughlin, Mother
  • Charles Scully and his wife, Marianne, Father
  • Lisa Roman and her husband, Michael, Kim Kirkpatrick and her wife, Meredith, and Lisa Iris and her husband, Peter, Sisters
  • Sharon and Helmut Uldrikis, Godparents
  • Makayla, Olivia, Jocelyn, and Natalie, Matthew and Thomas, Nieces and Nephews


  • Calling Hours Sunday, October 28, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Monday, October 29, 2018

Christopher John Scully

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Melanie Wilde-Lane

October 28, 2018

Chris was a very sweet man. I’ve know him most of my life. We reconnected through his sister Kim some years ago and he has been my go to man for about 6 years, helping to fix almost anything in a moments notice. As my toilet is probably on the fritz, I need him once again. My heart breaks for his family. Sending love and prayers to all his siblings and his parents. What a gentle soul!

Garth Wlochowski

October 23, 2018

He was my Nieghbor growing up. We would play wiffle ball in our back yard, hitting home runs off the house. Later he became a friend and we would go bird watching. He became family as he would stop by my house to check on us while he was on his way to check on his mom. We hired him to do alot of work on our house and often, he wouldn’t except money so we would pay him with cookies, coca.cola and conversation. He would never “commit” to helping us build the sets for youth theater but he would be there every night and then he would slip away without drawing any attention to himself. Christopher was always shy, quite and gentle. I always chuckled because he would never call my dad, Pete, it was always Mr. Wlochowski but he felt that would be disrespectful to call him anything else. Christopher you may have been quiet and shy but the impact you’ve had on our family was anything but. I wish you were here right now because there’s one more thing we need you to fix, our broken hearts. Find peace my friend.

Liam McCusker

October 21, 2018

Chris, it is with a heavy heart that I write this. It was you and Steve Lynch that carried me through my adolescence, the toughest and most confused part of my life. I wish so much that I had another chance to spend time with you, all these years later. But I will at least rest easy knowing that you are at peace. For all of his closest friends and family today, my heart goes out to you. He was one in a million.

Nicholas D'Angelo

October 19, 2018

My heart is heavy. I still cant believe that Chris has left this world.
I loved that man like a Brother.
My heartfelt condolences go out to Family, and all Chris' friends. I know he had many.
May God Bless.

Diane Landrie

October 18, 2018

Chris, I remember dancing with you at my wedding. The smile you had on your face all day and the fun we all had. That is how I will remember you, with the amazing smile you had that day. Our hearts are truly breaking for your family and friends. Heaven has gained an amazing angel to watch over us all.
Till we meet again.
Don and Diane Landrie

Karen Lynch Petrella

October 18, 2018

I am so sorry to hear this very sad news. Chris was such a good friend to my little brother Steve. He became more than just a friend, he became a part of our family. Steve, Chris, Peter, Juliet, and a few others. Always together, always laughing, always singing, and always goofing around. My heart was broken the day we said good bye to my little brother Steve, and now it aches again for Chris. To his family, I'm truly sorry for your loss. I will always remember him dancing around singing along with the stereo, shaking his head with his hair going in every direction as they all played their air guitars. So many good times and great memories! Chris, you will truly be missed, And now your with Steve. I know he will help you and show you your way.
Rest in peace!

Karen Lynch Petrella
East Hartford

Juliet Paxi D’Antonio

October 18, 2018

It’s been a long time Chris my old friend ❤️. I never thought I would hear that your gone and left us for a better place🙏🏼. You will be missed dearly. I can not believe it.....
I remember that year when we were all inseparable. They were great times.
Whenever I hear the song “Angel Eyes” by Jeff Healey Band, I always think of you and remember you singing it. I hear “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen I see all of us headbanging in the car. We drove everywhere and anywhere listening to music or in Stephen’s basement.
And of course your favorite song back then “No Rain” by Blind Melon.
You were a part of a happy time in my life.
I will always remember the good times, your smile, good heart, and you singing “Angel Eyes”.

I will never forget. Rest In Peace. Sending you hugs up there. Wished I could have seen your smile again.


Juliet Paxi ❤️

Brian Smith

October 16, 2018

Chris was like my oldest son. We were together for over 25 years. We became more than just friends. When I heard the news today, it hit me "like a ton of brick". I will miss him very much.

My deepest sympathy to his mom, sister, brother-in-law, nephews, nieces, Aunts, and Uncles.

Rest In Peace,


Brian and Family