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Christopher "Chris" D. Meade
Date of Death: June 24, 2018
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Sunday 7/8, 3:14 pm

Gainesboro Volunteer Fire Hall
221 Gainesboro Road
Winchester, Virginia

Christopher “Chris” D. Meade, 53, of Frederick County, Virginia passed away Sunday, June 24, 2018, in Ellicott City, Maryland. Chris was born in 1965 in Washington, D.C., the son of Marjorie Kirkpatrick of Sarasota, Florida and the late Richard Meade. He was a residential painter by trade, but always the automotive mechanic for his family …
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Danisha left a message on August 2, 2018:
Chris was a dear friend of mine and he could always make me laugh ,smile, could always brighten my day.its heartbreaking knowing he’s no longer with us. But I know he’s in a better place and one day we will be reunited. Not a day goes by I don’t think of you. So many good memories . Til we meet again my friend in my heart u will be . Fly high my friend .heaven gained one awesome angel .❤️
Cathy Robinette left a message on July 9, 2018:
Chris was a wonderful person he really knew how to make people laugh with his silly words an good dancing around when he was happy....I wish he was more od a leader.. ..he always wanted the party life for him it wad nevert ending right till the bitter end..... ..he wil be missed
Lori Thaler left a message on July 7, 2018:
When I think of Chris it puts a smile on my face. He is the only person I knew that managed to walk in a room and change the mood in either direction. He was the life of the party and the first one do something to get himself in trouble. I remember when we used to bomb cars with snowballs and run when they would slow down but that wasn't enough for Chris he had to pick up some big sheet of ice and crack someone's windshield. We ran and hid in this little shed in his yard and watched the angry man knock on his door and tell Margie all about it and he still tried to convince her he didn't do it. Chris got himself into some situations that most people didn't dream of but he always came out of it and carried on with his life. Chris always had a way of talking his way into or out of anything he wanted. He was such a great friend, always iistened to whatever you had to say and somehow you knew it was all gonna work out. Everytime I hear the "Logical Song" by Supertramp it reminds me of Chris. His memory will always live on and more than anything I wish I could be sharing this in person. Love and prayers Margie, Michell, Sandy, Rick and Steve. Love you to the moon and back
Michelle boyle left a message on July 1, 2018:
Such a great guy. You were such a character when we were growing up. Gone way to young. I love you my sweet cousin!
James and Kathy Kirby and family left a message on June 29, 2018:
One of the most laid back giving individuals you would ever want to know. Old school loyalty ! My husband and I enjoyed Chris 's company anytime he visited. He loved his family more than life it's self. He will be missed and he was loved by many! We love you buddy RIP our dear friend!
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Vicki left a message on June 28, 2018:
I'm so glad we became friends thru Dale. We had some fun times. We will miss you so much ❤
Sandra Meade left a message on June 28, 2018:
Mom Love you!!!
Sandra Meade left a message on June 28, 2018:
Christopher I cannot believe you're gone !!! I'm glad I got to see you last year with mom, you are one of a kind made everybody laugh , always has something to say !!! We have a Lotta good memories growing up we were young ,for you will always have a place in my heart? Luckily mom has dementia right now so she doesn't even know you're gone she's already lost one child does not need to go through losing another!!! Mom says she loves you Chritterfur and will be with you one day soon !!!????
Dee and Larry Groover left a message on June 28, 2018:
RIP my nephew!
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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