Edward F. Carter


Christopher J. Treasure

August 27, 1985November 16, 2020

Christopher J. Treasure of Pleasantville, NY, formerly of Montrose, NY, passed away on Monday, November 16, 2020. He was only 35 years old.

Christopher was born on August 27, 1985, to David A. and Anne S. (Stellato) Treasure in N. Tarrytown, NY. Christopher was a graduate of SUNY Oneonta and was employed by Metro-North as a Quality Service Inspector. Christopher loved to travel with his wife, Theresa, explore new restaurants and drive his new Subaru WRX. In his teen years, Christopher was an avid paintball player and guided his team, Shot4Shot, to the nationals as captain.

Christopher, from everyone who loves you, there are no words to describe how much we will miss you; but even if there were, we're sure you would have a witty comment about them.

Christopher is survived by his beloved wife, Theresa Treasure; loving parents, David A. and Anne Treasure; devoted brother, Jaymes Treasure; caring father and mother-in-law, Richard and Jeanne Buck and his sisters-in-law, Gabrielle, Annemarie, and Kristen. He is also survived by his aunt Tina Zerello; cousins, Jenny Zerello, Amy and William Mauro, Willow, Jack, Johnny, and many other aunts', uncles, and cousins.

Funeral Services will be held at 12 noon on Saturday, November 21, 2020, at the Sunset Cemetery, 80 Sunset Rd, Montrose, NY 10548.

For those unable to attend, please join the Zoom Meeting below.



  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, November 21, 2020

  • Private Cremation Following Funeral Service

    Saturday, November 21, 2020

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Lauren Schinnerer

November 22, 2020

I am so sorry to hear about Chris’s passing. I have so many wonderful memories of working with Chris. He had the greatest sense of humor and made our long shifts go by quickly. I am thinking of and praying for his loved ones.

Cody Farrell

November 21, 2020

Christopher was a couple of years ahead of myself at SUNY Oneonta but I was lucky enough to have met him in my freshman year. Chris was a fixture in so many happy memories that I have from that time in my life. I don't recall ever seeing him upset or disagreeable. Christopher was always kind, incredibly quick with a joke and having a wicked sense of humor. We fell out of touch the way that so many people do, as life becomes increasingly more busy than out college days but I have nothing but fond memories of Chris and I am incredibly sorry to learn of his passing. I wish to send my deepest condolences and wish I could have attended the service in person. He will be sorely missed.

Aspen Keith-Vega

November 20, 2020

Dear Treasure Family,
It was such an honor to know Chris. He was a great friend to me and others. When we worked together he was always playing pranks and had the best sense of humor. I remember him on the phone talking me through a break up or making me laugh about some awful situation. I am truly saddened by his passing. I made a donation to diabetes research in his honor.

Eugenia Rice

November 20, 2020

I’m am shocked and sorry to hear this! I have One word to describe you .......EASY! Always met ppl with a smile, always calm and easy going and so respectful our brief convos was always funny and kind. Sending heartfelt condolences to the treasure family and May gods peace and comfort be with you in this difficult time 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

John Blaney

November 20, 2020

Dear Dave and family,
I am very sorry to hear of your deepest sympathy.

Jodi Panny

November 20, 2020

Dear Theresa, Dave and Family,
I am so sad to hear of the sudden passing of your beloved Chris. My deepest sympathy to all of you at this difficult time. May the memories you cherish help you find peace. At work, Chris always had a funny story to tell or a witty one-liner. He will be truly missed and always remembered with a smile.

Potonia Hampton

November 20, 2020

Dear Theresa and Treasure Family, my deepest condolences to you all. Please know that we enjoyed his fun spirit in CSSD. As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, we would have had a pot luck lunch. In a previous group he worked, he would bring the TACOS. It was a fun dish. Waving so long to Chris, my co-worker.

Mike Nolan

November 20, 2020

Theresa, Dave and Family,
I am truly saddened to hear of Chris’ sudden passing. I remember meeting him back when we interviewed Chris and eventually hired him into Metro-North and eventually into the Service Quality Group. Over the years I enjoyed our impromptu conversations and of course Chris’ unique insight during our SQ team meetings. My thoughts and prayers are with you during your time of need and may Chris rest in peace.

Tamara Costa

November 20, 2020

Dear the Treasure Family,
I am very sorry for your loss. He was one of the most kind hearted people as well as his dad who I both knew for a long time here on the railroad. May peace and memories get you through this tragic loss. God bless. Tamara Costa

John Kesich

November 20, 2020

Dear Dave and Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and Chris during this difficult time. Through love and faith the current void will be filled with memories of Chris and all the experiences you shared as a family.
God Bless.


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