O death, where is thy victory? O death, where is thy sting? Now the sting of death is sin: and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God, who hath given us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast
  • 53 years old
  • Born on September 4, 1958 in Portland, Oregon, United States.
  • Passed away on January 29, 2012 in Polson, Montana, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Christopher Dentler 53 years old , born on September 4, 1958 and passed away on January 29, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by David Haddock on 4th September 2018
60 years old,,,, my how the time flies, seems like only yesterday we met at Jantzen Beach Mall, working in neighboring stores as young adults.... we went through a lot together in our 1/4 century of friendship.... I miss you brother
Posted by David Haddock on 29th January 2018
Six years, it seems impossible you have been gone so long...... you are still with us in our hearts, we miss your laugh, your advice, and your friendship.... Until we meet again my friend
Posted by Luke Venters on 9th September 2015
I'll never forget the day we met. While you were walking down the road by Wal-Mart here in Polson on your way to the hotel room you and the family were staying in when you first moved here from (Portland?). Oregon.. I remember that. I gave you a ride. And introduced myself. Then I found out we'd be working together in the sporting goods dept. at Wal-Mart, for a good long while. I got to know your wiley ways pretty well. And your sense of humor. And came to enjoy your company far beyond anyone else in the department. Dare I say, in the entire store. God bless your dear soul, ~Luke~
Posted by David Haddock on 29th January 2015
Three years ago you left a void in our hearts and minds, an emptiness of the deepest kind, a void no one can fill, a void that haunts us still, but the memories of laughter, will keep us smiling for ever after. When we think of you, it is sad, but wonderful too. You were the best friend I ever knew... and I miss you... RIP Chris, till we meet again
Posted by David Haddock on 29th January 2014
The best friend I ever had, always there to help, be it working on the house, moving or lending an ear to my problems, and giving good advice. Through over 25 years, two states, countless fishing trips, and a million laughs, you were the best. Thanks for sharing your family with me when I was away from my own, But mostly thanks for sharing you. It's been a long two years without hearing that bemused chuckle of yours. Love you brother.
Posted by Angela Hoffman on 29th January 2014
Miss you so much, wish you were here to meet George, you two have so much in common, like scaring me, making me laugh, and of course your mad Tetris skills lol. Love you <3
Posted by Georgia Dentler on 5th September 2013
Thought about you a lot yesterday, Happy Birthday. Miss you!
Posted by Gabriel Dentler on 18th May 2013
Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord. And may perpetual light shine upon them. And may they rest in peace. Love you Dad.
Posted by Charissa Messenger on 17th May 2013
Ray reminds me of you so much....He even can tease me with that awful straight face just like you did were i cant quite tell if hes kidding. You were way to good at that. :) You broke our hearts you know...I still can believe your gone..But I will say for the record "YOU WERE RIGHT!" About every thing we talked about the last time we spoke. I wish you were here to gloat Id take it smiling!
Posted by Sophia Dentler on 17th May 2013
The source of a lot of laughter in our lives. Dad always seemed to be able to make you laugh when all you wanted to do was hide in a dark corner. I still think about you all the time..never realized how many things reminded me of you, or how often I thought of you, until you were gone. I hope you knew how much I (and everyone else) loves you. A true blessing to have had in our lives.
Posted by Gabriel Dentler on 29th April 2012
You never said much, but I guess you never really had to. You were an honorable man and a loving father and husband. Our only wish is to join you in Paradise. My only regret is that I didn't spend more time with you. Forever missed. Forever loved. Rest now and pray for us.
Posted by Georgia Dentler on 29th April 2012
You were the father that I always wished I had and I will never forget you. You will live on in my heart and in our children for generations to come. You got everybody all worked up and crying like a bunch of big babies you big oaf! I never knew I could miss someone so much but I know I will see you again some day.
Posted by Angela Hoffman on 29th April 2012
I always wished we had more in common, that I knew what to say. I hope that you like the story I'm writing for you, and that I get all the hunting info you gave me right! I will forever miss your scares and your old man laugh when you thought you were hilarious. Until we meet again, I love you dad <3

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