January 6, 1990 – October 27, 2020_x000D_
Christopher was born in Turlock, CA to Thurman Chris Canada of Turlock and Kimberly Deanne Box (Richard) of Oroville, CA.
He was a lifelong resident of Turlock, and worked at Amazon in Tracy for almost 4 years where he worked hard to advance himself to ambassador. He was proud of his accomplishments after many small jobs along the way. He was well liked wherever he was. He had the best smile, cutest dimples and was a very handsome young man. He liked video games, Raiders football, pizza, taco truck burritos, Pepsi”¦and his rap music and a little bit of country. He also loved his fishing days with his Papa Thurman. Christopher told Grandma Gina when he was 8 or 9 years old, “You know how to get to heaven? Turn right and go straight.” and she will never forget it!
He will be missed tremendously by his family and friends.
In addition to his parents, Christopher is survived by his only sibling Sarah Alyce Canada of Oroville, CA; twin nieces whom he adored, Aria Larae Johnson and Rayna Alyce Johnson; his grandma Virginia Canada of Turlock and grandma Marlene Cook of Turlock; Papa Dean Romine of Denair; his uncles Darrell Canada of Turlock and Robbie Cook of Turlock; and aunt and uncle Marilyn and John Denys of Turlock. He is also survived by his girlfriend Brianne of Nebraska.
Christopher is preceded in death by his grandpa (Papa) Thurman Canada.
Visitation will be held from 4pm to 7pm on Wednesday, November 11 at Allen Mortuary in Turlock. Graveside services will be held at 11am on Thursday, November 12, at Lakewood Memorial Park in Hughson.
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A friend saysNovember 13, 2020 at 12:49 am
My deepest condolences to the family, close friends, and loved ones of Christopher. He was a good man, a good friend, and a gift to all who had the pleasure of knowing him. He was quick to bring a smile with his quick wit and sense of humor, brightening any situation that needed it.
Rest in peace, Christopher, you will be sorely missed.
Brianne Stephens saysNovember 12, 2020 at 1:30 pm
I miss the man who gave me sleepy forehead kisses. The man who’s bear hugs could melt away every stress and worry. I miss the man who told me he loved me 200+ times a day and always rinded me that I was his best friend and his rock. I miss the man who wanted to see me in my natural state and always preferred it to my wearing makeup. I miss the man who supported my every passion, dream, and belief. I miss the man who loved my children 100% as his own and would always say they were ours and told people they were his. He showed them that DNA doesn’t mean a thing when someone truly loves you. I miss the man who was so playful with me everyday. I miss the man who was so thoughtful and showed it in the simplist and sweetest ways. I miss the man who left love notes for me all over the house, my car, and even in my wallet for me to find. The man who loved doing absolutely everything with me. The man who wanted to spend 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year with me. He never got tired of me and I never got tired of him. There was never enough time together. I miss how we did everything together. I miss how even just something as simple as grocery shopping was fun for us. I miss the man who told me I was sexy and made me blush daily, even when I felt so disgusting. I miss the man who loved all of my weird faces and all of my laughs (because there are many) and would make me laugh so hard that I couldn’t even breathe. I miss the man who turned me into a cuddler because his cuddles were the absolute best. I miss the man who loved my natural salt and pepper hair, simply because it’s part of me. I miss the man who laughed with me because he thought I was hilarious even when I was just plain ridiculous. I miss the man who never stopped being dirty and planned to still randomly grab my ass and boobs daily at 80yrs old. I miss the man who couldn’t wait to marry me. I miss hearing him call me Mrs Canada. I miss the man who wanted to make sure his proposal was special and perfect for the both of us. I miss the man who loved me in ways I didn’t know were possble. I miss the man who needed me as much as I needed him. I miss the man who knew our love was once in a lifetime and had no problem reminding and telling me how grateful he was that we were together. I will never run out of things to miss.
Christopher, you are my soulmate and forever irreplaceable.!
I miss you and I love you more than I can say.
Matt and Angela Richardson saysNovember 12, 2020 at 3:55 am
We met Christopher through Brianne. He was always kind to us, with a smile on his face and good to our grand daughters Ashlynn and Ilaina.
We are sad to see this young man go so soon. Our prayers are with the family and loved ones whom we have not met. Our hearts ache for you. May the God of Comfort give you each His Peace and beautiful memories to cherish. Our condolences.
Amber saysNovember 11, 2020 at 10:26 pm
Not our timing but Gods timing! Papa must of told God he needed his fishing buddy!my heart is heavy for our family, you were so loved you will forever be in our hearts! We love you Give papa a big o hug and kiss from us all! We love you Furry!
Rickey, Amber & Family
Jenn saysNovember 11, 2020 at 3:36 pm
Makes me so very sad to read this, it was way too soon for you to go. But, I do know who was waiting with open arms for you! I’m sure papa Thurman is taking good care of you❤️Christopher, you will for sure be missed, leaving a hole in many hearts. You always had a smile on your face & never ever have I heard a negative comment from you. God takes the good ones for sure.
Rest In Peace Christopher.
Scott, Jenn, Sierra, Destiny & Ryker