Chris Agnew
Chris Agnew
  • 60 years old
  • Date of birth: Oct 14, 1952
  • Place of birth:
    Oakland, California, United States
  • Date of passing: Jan 4, 2013
  • Place of passing:
    San Pablo, California, United States
Chris died on on Friday, January 4th in San Pablo, CA. This is the city in which the his grand parents on his mother's side are buried.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Chris Agnew. We will remember him forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Richard Karch on 14th January 2016

"The official news according to family members is that Chris came into this world on Oct 14, 1952. Chris' was greeted with joyous love by his father Lloyd and mother Teresa and all his uncles, aunts and cousins who lived around Oakland."

This tribute was added by Richard Karch on 12th January 2016

"I think my cousin Chris' birthdate is finally correct.  The memorial site info  is not easy to change. Still miss seeing him and his mom, Aunt Terry, at family parties."

This tribute was added by B Lee on 11th May 2013

"In true Hawk fashion that is much like a reflection of his own life, his posted birthday on this site is totally wrong.
Hope you're getting a chuckle out of it Hawk.
Thanks for all the good times and now this final screwup
is truly the icing on the cake.  Rest in Peace Brother."

This tribute was added by Patricia Karch on 6th March 2013

"Just yesterday I was looking at an old photo of a Thanksgiving celebration and there was Chris with his back turned joking with someone behind. I will miss his  great and goofy sense of humor."

This tribute was added by Pat Karch on 5th March 2013

"Hey Patrick were the first words out of his mouth whenever Chris came in the room. Always welcoming and jovial. He was part of my history and a beloved family member."

This tribute was added by Richard Karch on 27th January 2013

"I'll always remember going over to the Agnew's house and talking to Chris. Great sense of humor and always on the move. I'll miss seeing him at the family gatherings and hearing his 'Sinatra' crooning."

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Richard Karch


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