OBITUARY

Christopher Steven Gauthier

June 4, 1973November 20, 2021
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Christopher Steven Gauthier, age 48 of Hamilton, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 20, 2021 in his home. He was born in Gardner, Massachusetts on June 4, 1973, but grew up in New Hampshire. Chris was a Senior Build Engineer at Flooid in Cincinnati. He was a lover of all things music, singing and playing instruments. He was an accomplished drummer in his band, Room 6. He was an excellent photographer and enjoyed times spent on his hobby of being a maker. Chris had a very witty, sharp sense of humor. His number one priority in life has always been his son Rob. Rob attends the Cincinnati Center for Autism. Chris is survived by his son, Rob Gauthier and his mother Trisha; brother, Jason (Lea) Gauthier and their children, Eliza and Jorryn; his father and stepmother Steven (Kelly) Gauthier; step-father Richard Patten; sister, Amy (DJ) Garcia and their son Camron; half-siblings, Brandi, Tim and Steven; aunt, Gina (Sheldon) Fifield, and their son, Dan; his girlfriend Lindsey and his ex-wife Michelle; he also had a dog, Theo who he was very passionate about. His mother, Linda Patten, preceded him in death. Gathering for family and friends will be held on Friday, November 26, 2021 from 2-4pm at the Webb Noonan Kidd Funeral Home. Celebration of Life service will follow at 4pm. Condolences may be left for the family at www.Webb-Noonan.com

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Services

  • Gathering for Family and Friends

    Friday, November 26, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, November 26, 2021

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Angie Norton

November 25, 2021

Chris was a close friend in high school and college years. He was an important person from that time in my life. He had a caring heart and was there for me. We had many wonderful memories from that time. I feel fortunate for having him as a friend and in my life.

To those who knew and loved Chris, I am thinking of you and sending you love during this difficult time.

Michele Atkinson

November 24, 2021

Chris was my first love. We met my freshman year at Keene. He taught me how to use a computer, play guitar and would bring me ice cream after work. I will always remember his passion, talent and his big heart. To all who love him, may your memories of him help you through this time. You are in my thoughts.

Lindsey Poffinbarger

November 24, 2021

He was my biggest supporter. If I was excited about something, his excitement matched mine. He loved that I would cry at everything while I hated that I cried at everything. He would get so excited when he did something cool and he couldn't wait to show me, always stating beforehand that I wasn't going to have any idea what he was talking about but that I should just know it's a big deal. He kissed me on my forehead before we went to sleep every single night. It was a tradition. I couldn't fall asleep without it. If he fell asleep before me, he'd wake up just to kiss me. There's so much more I could say that won't fit within 2000 characters. He was my person and I love him. I miss him so much it hurts. Te amo, mi amor.

John Rettig

November 24, 2021

Chris was a great guy. I got to play a show with him as a musician. He was a quick learner and easy to connect with as a rhythm section. You will be missed.

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