Kristofer Lee Metzger

September 26, 1985March 6, 2021

Kristofer Lee Metzger, 35, of Pittsburgh passed away suddenly on March 6, 2021. Loving husband to Davida Metzger and the greatest dad to Peyton. Kristofer is survived by his mother Sandi Gold, grandmother Diana Ackland and grandfather Robert Gold. He will be missed by his brother and best friend Stephen Metzger and sister Valerie Metzger. Also survived by 4 nephews and 1 niece.

Kristofer served in the National Guard and was an avid fan of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Steelers and Penguins.

There will be no visitation due to the current Covid-19 environment. A memorial service celebrating Kristofer's life will be announced at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to the Orion C. Pinkerton Funeral Home 1014 California Ave. Pittsburgh PA 15202.

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Laura Soxman

March 13, 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Kristofer at Planet Fitness, and we became instant friends. He was such an amazingly kind person to every single person he met. Anyone who came to the gym knew who he was, because he was never afraid to be himself. One day I drew a portrait of Kris on the whiteboard near the entrance, and he loved it more than anything. He was so excited to show his daughter, and really anyone that walked through the door. I will never forget Kris, his huge smile, and his love for his family. Rest easy buddy, you will be missed by so many.

Cheryñ Sinko

March 11, 2021

I remeber him as a young child .He was a very happy Boy and everyone loved him.the most i will always remember his smile.He has the bigest smile and it always melted my heart..iwas very close to the family growing up and my prayers go out to them all .God blesss them and kristopher keep that smile going .R.i.p.

Jody Clawson

March 10, 2021

Davida, Peyton and family. We are so very sorry for your loss. Kris, we will miss your smiling face at school plays, on the soccer and softball field and at those wonderful ice cream parties. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you always.

Cheryl and Bud (Momma & Dad) Sacco

March 10, 2021

Davita and Peyton,

You have our deepest condolences over your loss of Kris. While we only met him a couple times, he was so kind and friendly. And I could tell how much he Loved his family! We talked Steelers a little since I am a Burgh sports nut, too! We will keep you all in prayer. May the many, many happy memories you have of Kris help sustain you during the difficult days ahead.

Sending Love, Hugs, and Prayers,

Cheryl and Bud

April Petit

March 10, 2021

I went to high school with Kris and always remember how much he smiled. He was always such a happy person and I know how much he mattered to do many people. Prayers and thoughts are with his family.

Steve & Dorothy Derbish

March 10, 2021

Our heartfelt sympathy to Davida and Peyton during this terrible time. We were blessed to have Kris, Davida and Peyton as our next door neighbors for the past 6 or so years. We will deeply miss Kris’s happy, cheerfulness, and the little chats on the front sidewalk. We were blessed to have known him.

Jennifer Jerome

March 10, 2021

Iam his cousin I didn't know that well

Marysue Weed

March 10, 2021

I remember Kris from when he was very young, and growing up. I saw him now and then as an adult. Kris was the gentlest soul I think I have ever met. The only time I saw him upset with anyone was as a young boy when he would lose a game. He was authentically kind and happy. I pray for peace for his family. I know his memory will bring comfort in time. My family's prayers are with all of you.

Beth Burkard

March 9, 2021

Prayers love and light to family and friends.
Kris loved his family very much and was such a honest to God good man. This is beyond sad. He would have given his shirt and last dollar.
Please Lord let justice be served.