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Christofer Houseman

November 2, 2000 — October 8, 2020

Cornelius, NC

Christofer loved his mother, Chrissy Houseman, and sister, Aurianna Houseman and went fishing and learned how to drive a stick shift with Tim Yarbrough, his mother’s fiancé. He missed his Nana, Cathy V. Hall, who also passed in 2010. He was loved by his Papa Mike Cunningham and Grandma Virginia Cunningham, Aunt Mindee Congdon, Uncle Doug Congdon, Uncle Alex Cunningham and 3 cousins, Trinity Kelly, Kendal Congdon and Cayden Congdon. His Aunt Andrea Minolfo was a surrogate grandmother to him and taught him to love God and encouraged his relationship with the Lord. She loved him with her whole heart. His Aunt Jo Ellen Windham and Uncle Ricky taught him how to eat “Elephant boogers”, how to talk to the Hooter’s girls, and how to bait his hook with crickets. He also had a fan club from his cousins, Olivia Minolfo, Elena Minolfo, Bella Minolfo and Dominick Minolfo who laughed at everything he said. He taught his little cousins how to surf and skim board at the beach every year. He also loved spending time with all his aunts, uncles and cousins. He is missed by Joshua Hall, who loved him as a brother, his co-workers at Chick-Fila-A, and countless friends from Jackson SC to Huntersville NC.

My baby boy is now with the Lord, loving on his Nana Cathy V. Hall, laughing with his Aunt Aline Wonoski, his hugging on his Great Grandma Essie Virella “GiGi”.

He was the boy who loved all people but struggled to love himself.

The boy who always looked at you for praise and adoration.

The boy who was a “chef” at 10 years old and who made a “delightful cheese sauce reduction” the night he left this world.

The boy who shared the gift of laughter and told the funniest jokes.

The boy who loved to go fishing and who was a country boy at heart.

The boy who made the girls swoon and who was a true friend to all the guys.

He was the boy who had no fear and was braver than most men.

The boy who loved the ocean and is catching waves in heaven.

The boy who was good at every sport and who posed for every picture.

My boy had the biggest dreams and hopes for his future, almost as big as his heart.

He was the boy who fought to find his place in this world and was determined to make us all proud.

My baby boy loved God, his Mama, and his sister more than anyone in this world.

Christofer was the light in all our hearts but it seems people that shine the brightest in this world, are blind to their own light. Keep shining baby, keep shining.

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