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Christopher Tyrone Wilson
Christopher Tyrone Wilson was born on January 12, 1977 in Staten Island Hospital, Staten Island, NY and passed away in Virginia Beach, VA on October 2, 2017, he was 40 years old.
Chris attended Immaculate Conception School on Staten Island and at age 12 moved to Virginia Beach, VA where he attended Green Run High School.
Chris was a driver for Eastern Shore Ambulance Service where, as the compassionate young man he was, made many connections with the patients he had to transport. He was always supportive, helpful and listened to them.
Until he got sick, he worked for Grand Furniture Warehouse where again he was praised by customers and coworkers alike for the manner in which he handled his job.
Christopher is survived by his mom Cathy Carr, his dad Moses Wilson, his sister Jeanine Wilson and his 14 year old daughter Nyana Wilson. He is also survived by his grandmother Alice Wilson, aunts and uncles Carol Landin, Patrick Carr, David Carr, Elizabeth Legg and Rosemarie Petzold and cousins James Wilson, Melissa Wilson, Ashley Zanos, Andrea and Aaron Moriarty and their girls Addison and Allyssa who always called him Uncle Chris! Chris is predeceased by his great grandmother Genoa Goodman, his grandparents Ozzie and Fidelis Carr, and his favorite Uncles, Robert Carr and Frank Petzold.
Chris leaves behind a multitude of family and friends who will treasure his memory and remember with love all the times that they have spent with him, talking to him and just enjoying his smile and his company.
Christopher will be forever loved and missed by all the people he has touched in his entire life.
Wishing you peace to bring comfort with the courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. His kind face remains forever in our image. Gods blessing to you all. We love you.
Brian & Deborah Milosky Oct 5 2017 12:00 AM
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Expression of Sympathy Oct 5 2017 12:00 AM
I am so very sorry for your loss.
Karen L. Newman-Trail Oct 5 2017 12:00 AM