Christopher Kurt Cadogan
April 22, 1967 – January 17, 2020
Chris Cadogan, age 52, of College Park, passed away on January 17, 2020.
Chris was born in Kingston Jamaica and moved to Florida in 1979, He then moved to Atlanta in 1980 where went to North Clayton High and graduated in 1985. Chris attended at Georgia State University from 1986-1991.
Chris was a fantastic tennis played and then began selling cars as a wholesale car dealer for over 25 years. Chris was a world traveler having been to The Tennis Championships at Wimbledon, Finland, Iceland, Copenhagen and Germany.
Chris is preceded in death by his father, Donald O. Cadogan.
Chris is survived by his mother, Leonie Cadogan; brother, Paul Cadogan; sisters, Marva Cadogan, Joan Cadogan, Sandra Stewart, and Audrey Richards, nephews Joshua Cadogan, Karrem Woods and Noah Cadogan.
The Family will receive friends for visitation on Friday, January 24, 2020 from 4:00 – 8:00 PM at Tara Garden Chapel – 681 North Avenue – Jonesboro, GA 30236. (770) 471-7171
Funeral Services honoring Chris’ life will be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Tara Garden Chapel with Pastor Raphael Hodo officiating.
Chris will be laid to rest at Sherwood Memorial Garden, Jonesbor, Georgia. Tara Garden Chapel has been entrusted with the arrangements.
- Visitation Friday, January 24, 2020
- Funeral Service Saturday, January 25, 2020
- Committal Service Saturday, January 25, 2020
Christopher Kurt Cadogan
January 25, 2020
To the most inspirational person I have met thus far in this lifetime. We already miss you so much but it eases my mind to know... you are up there playing plenty of tennis!!! You will never know how many lives you have touched. Much, much love from all of the DuPrees...
January 24, 2020
There is nothing I can state here that will change anyone's opinion of Chris; we all know he was... awesome. Just plain awesome. Another mutual friend of ours always called him "a good dude," and that simple accolade is the best way to say it. I've had the pleasure of knowing Chris for over 15 years, and for the past 5 made continued treks to Atlanta just to hang out with him. Sadly, our Christmas plans never happened, and I will forever miss having that one more eclectic meal with him (seriously, the man ALWAYS knew the best places to eat and drink anywhere in the world). The last time I saw him, despite everything life had tossed at him, he was all smiles and laughs.... the last time we talked on the phone, just a few weeks ago, he was all jokes. Chris always skipped over his ailments and wanted to see how YOU were doing. If we all had half the strength, caring, and courage of Cadogan, the world would be a better place. I miss you, Wild Man.
January 23, 2020
Chris and I have known each other for over 20 years. There are too many memories and stories to put into words. But what most stand out when I think about Chris is what an incredible human being he always was. No matter what, he was incredible. You are already missed and heaven has just been blessed with a beautiful soul.
January 21, 2020
We've known each other professionally and personally over the last 7 years. I remember we spent a night celebrating a good year and seeing a famous DJ in Buckhead! He's a fun, jovial person to be around with. He will be missed. May you rest in peace. -Brian
January 19, 2020
Wow. What a fighter. He never quit fighting. Chris’ story is a true American success story. He worked harder than anyone I have ever known, he loved his family and he was an unbelievable friend.
Chris never met a stranger I will cherish his friendship and fully believe he is working on a deal for a souped up SUV for St Peter
January 19, 2020
I met Chris in 1991 at a Car Show here in Atlanta and we have been great friends since. He helped me with the lease on my first car. We played tennis on occasion and he had quite the blistering forehand. I met some great people because of Chris include the Great Hank Aaron. Chris was one of a kind. He was always upbeat even when he was facing the lowest points in his life. I had the opportunity to celebrate my 50th birthday just a year ago which was a great evening. I last spoke with him around Thanksgiving and wished I could have heard his voice one last time. I will so dearly miss Chris. Thank you Chris and until we meet again!