Chris Labenz
Christopher Jude Labenz
  • 30 years old
  • Date of birth: Oct 26, 1985
  • Date of passing: Jul 13, 2016
Love and memories last forever...

Christopher Jude Labenz of Woodbury, 30, passed away unexpectedly on 7/13/16.  Chris was born on 10/26/85 to James & Janis Labenz of Mt. Ephraim. Chris graduated from Clearview High School in 2004, and went on to study Sports Medicine at Gloucester County College. Chris became an enthusiastic personal trainer at LA Fitness.

Chris is survived by his sisters, Stacey Labenz of Audubon, and Jamie Labenz of Williamstown. Chris is also survived by his remaining grandmothers, Dorothy Fewer of Texas, and Thelma Labenz of Villas.  Chris was predeceased by mother, Janis Labenz, father James J Labenz, and brother James R Labenz.

Chris was and incredibly outgoing, charming, and kind person who enjoyed working out, and spending time with his friends.  He was a loving son and brother and will be remembered always.

Visitation Sat., July 23, 2016 from 11 am to 1 pm at FERTIG FUNERAL HOME, 63 N. Main St., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Dottie parker on 20th July 2016

"Jamie, Stacey, and Andrew, our hearts break for you. We know the dreadful pain of loss, and can only pray that you can find comfort in the knowledge that he is the beautiful angle sitting on your shoulder every day. May our Lord grant you comfort. With love, Dottie and Gary."

This tribute was added by Debrah Keith on 20th July 2016

"i met chris n knew him for a short wile threw my great neise pam n cousin donna he mad u smile n laugh n was a great guy so sorry for the loss of chris my symthyies go out to all of his family n friends
sincerly debrah keith .r.i.p chris"

This tribute was added by Cherylee Allen on 20th July 2016

"I been friends with Chris when he was a member at Lafittness .he ask me if he could get a job with us.told him to see Walt  and they hired him.he was my friend and Buddy out going guy loved talking to the women Every day we go outside and talk about things I loved him like a son.iam still in shock that he pass on in to heaven .well God Bless you my friend and buddy see you on the another side.may you rest in peace  with the angels"

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Denise Fertig


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