- 45 years old
- Date of birth: May 7, 1970
- Place of birth:
NORTH BEND, Oregon, United States
- Date of passing: Sep 9, 2015
- Place of passing:
Paradise City, California, United States
|Let the memory of chris be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Chris Wilson, 45, born on May 7, 1970 and passed away on September 9, 2015. We will remember him forever. He was the love of my life and he has touched soo many lives more than I knew. He told me from day one of dating that he was going live a short life. He was in 2nd stage the doctors predicated when we met he somehow knew that. but he fought his ulitmate battle and hung on to talk to my daughter and I hurried to get him on the phone at her dads, I heard Madison tell him she loved him and every thing would be okay...and it was not long after that he died. I only wish I could have been in Paradise with him. But I was the sole provider but we will always have our last dance the day he went to BAE after checking his self out of OHSU to come see me and the kids. I knew he had to go but also knew this was the last time I would see him. So despite people waiting and angry at me I had to have this time with my soulmate.. Chris let me stand him up and he snapped back to his normal self and we held each other for one last time and i turned the radio on and as I held his body close to mine so he wouldnt fall , he started to slow dance, like he was not weak and for one song, we closed our eyes and remembered how it was before he was so sick., He was so strong before so sick . I will cherish this moment forever. then I picked him up put him my truck and took him to BAE to be with his family and friends.
"Christopher Bryan Wilson, I love you with every fiber of my being more than I have loved any man or ever will and my heart aches and yearns to feel your body close to mine , to hear your laughter, to hear your wrestling stories., to watch the boy like excitement you had every time friends came over to hang out, like to watch the MMA fights etc.
You are my soul mate, my life partner, we worked through some major obstacles but we both vowed after the last time we broke up briefly , that never again . We would conquor what ever problems we had together and not just split when the going got tough. We vowed to each other to be together forever, to never let anything or anyone come between us and we would grow old together , watch our kids have their own families and babies. I still remember that night about 9 months before you passed away. We stayed up all night and talked about our problems, our lives, your boys, my kids.. and by morning we felt such a content that we both new nothing but death would part us again. Our relationship flourished after that and I was ready to conquor my hardest obstacle of all . But it was too late. My family did not get to know you like I wanted them to. I wanted to show them the great person, dad , boyfriend, life partner that you were. Never has a man been so kind, caring and loving not only to me but my kids. I know I will never find a replacement for you . Some days I see the hammock moving and I am wondering if you are there in one of your favorite spots. I look forward to the day we meet again. Nothing will ever be the same again.. RIP Baby ! I love you to the moon and back a zillion times over ""
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