In Memory

Chris Sebaugh

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10/15/09 02:11 AM #1    

Laurie King

Was sad to see that Chris had passed away so young. He loved to laugh and have a good time, but was always kind with it and to others. He is remembered with fondness.


Anchorage, AK--A funeral service for CHRISTOPHER DON SEBAUGH will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Eagle River, AK.
Mr. Sebaugh, 26, died Friday, April 22, in Bowling Green, Ky. He was born Dec. 19, 1961, in Oak Ridge, Mo., and had lived in Alaska the past 20 years. He graduated from Chugiak High School and was director of maintenance for Security Aviation.
Mr. Sebaugh is survived by his wife, Christine, parents, Perry and Ann Sebaugh, and brothers, Jeffery and Benjamin Sebaugh, all of Chugiak; his paternal grandfather, Delos Sebaugh, of Daisy, Mo.; and his maternal grandfather, Howard Baldwin, of Canyon Country, Calif. He also leaves his mother-in-law, Ann Adams, and his father and step-mother-in-law, Don and Merry Adams, all of Eagle River.
The Rev. Timothy A. Unke will officiate at the funeral. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Evergreen Memorial Chapel.
--Anchorage Daily News (AK) - April 25, 1988

11/10/09 07:16 PM #2    

Roxanne Hinkle

Remembering Chris is a pleasure, he always made me laugh, and he was rather shy, ,,hometown , memories will always include Chris, blessings to his family that have to carry on without him,

01/05/10 01:10 PM #3    

Steve Child

Chris, as most of you will recall was a dear friend of mine and to this day I still miss him.

Chris died of heart failure the day he was to travel to my wedding in Cleveland, Ohio in 1988. He was at his parents farm in Bowling Green, KY, went out for a walk around the property and collapsed, all attempts to revive him failed.

As others have noted Chris was the kindest soul everyone wants to have in their life and once there will always be missed.

01/08/11 05:22 PM #4    

Roxanne Hinkle

Yet another year has passed and you are not forgotten, what a blessing you were in our lives, what we would have missed to not of had you in our lives if even for such a short time, we love you Chris!!!!


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