ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Christopher Durr, 21 years old, born on March 13, 1999, and passed away on February 9, 2021. We will remember him forever.

Please contribute to my endeavors: "I always wanted to help those who have a passion for making the world a better place." 

Fundraiser by Lorena and George Durr : The Christopher Durr Memorial Scholarship Fund (gofundme.com)
Posted by Brian Ison on February 27, 2021
George, Lorena & family my sincerest condolences to you.
Regards,
Brian
Posted by James Boris on February 25, 2021
You were one of my best friends I've had. In middle school you were like a little brother to me. I remember rough housing with you at P.E. and after school. I still remember your dad coming to my dad's classroom and telling me I gotta be gentler to you. One of my favorite things about you was how bold and based you were. It was something I kind of admired and copied from you. You really contributed to my current personality I have today. I wish I hadn't lost your phone number and lost contact with you for a year. I am glad that I did manage to get in contact with you one last time and catch up with you in December though. I love you man, and while this news hurts incredibly, I can at least find solace knowing without a doubt you're up there in heaven. I just gotta hope I make it there too when my time comes.
Posted by Rosalinda Garcia on February 24, 2021
Just wanted to stop by and express my support and my most sincere condolences. I am very, very sorry for your loss, this is absolutely heart breaking. Lorena, I am here if you need anything, just reach out. Take care and God bless.
Posted by Joe and Patty Dagata on February 24, 2021
Joe and I met Chris many years ago, when his parents went on a marriage encounter weekend and we took care of Chris. He was pretty young, polite and smart. I remember one incident in particular, Joe took him out to pay putt putt. When they returned home and Joe was parking car in garage. Chris asked Joe if he was Irish, he said no I’m Italian . Chris then asked why are you parking in this parking place. Joe bought sign for me. It read,Parking for Irish only! I can’t remember how old he was but he was young.  We will always remember that day with Chris
Posted by Anna Betancourt on February 23, 2021
Words can't express how much I hurt for your loss.
My deepest condolences to you and your family.
Posted by David H on February 20, 2021
It was only for a short time that our paths crossed that I got to know you, Christopher. But it was a significant meeting in the sense that I was able to reconnect with your dad, George, after more than 20 years since high school because of you.

Highly intelligent, soft-spoken yet astute in worldly understanding, affable, great smile, kind-hearted, good sense of humor, polite, great son, patient, dedicated... So many impressive words describe you and you will be greatly missed where you made a significant impact in this world through the people you’ve come in contact with and the impression you have made while amongst us. God bless.
Posted by no one on February 20, 2021
And from his Army / Marine Corps friends; drinking and playing poker till all hours

In memoriam “Absent companions”

To his family we will not forget
ENF
Posted by Gloria Zepeda on February 20, 2021
Christopher,

You sound like an amazing young man. We did not have the pleasure of spending time and getting to know each other. You are now joined with your abuelito Salomon. Shine and watch over your parents and all of us. 

Con mucho Cariño

German, Gloria y Nathaniel
Posted by Richard Roselli on February 20, 2021
My heartfelt love and regret in the passing of your dear son, Christopher. I met him only a few times but recall every time to be filled with hope, curiosity and a powerful eagerness which energized our moments together. I remember his hallarious memes on social media, smart questions about the world and his easy laugh/smile.

Chris touched my life and I am grateful to have met/known him.

Posted by Valerie Mendez on February 20, 2021
Chris was an amazing friend to my brother Marlon and I. When I first met him, it felt like I had known him for years because of his outgoing personality. Every time we hung out, it was so fun. He was the life of the party. He always made us laugh and made sure we had a smile on our faces. He would always check up on us to see if we needed help with school. Chris, thank you for being such an amazing friend to us. We’ll miss going adventures with you. I know you’ll be watching over us from heaven.

-Marlon and Val
Posted by Sandra Barajas on February 19, 2021
Durr Family,

My words can’t express how much I hurt for your loss. I just hope you find comfort in each other, your memories and faith that your son is walking with God and will be guiding you always.
My most sincere condolences.
Posted by Gloria Zepeda on February 19, 2021
Nena y Jorge,

Nuestro más sentido pésame. En estos momentos tan difíciles le pedimos a Dios y la virgencita que les de fortaleza para soportar este dolor tan grande. Christopher seguirá siendo una estrella brillante desde donde se encuentre. Siempre tendrán um ángel más cuidándolos. Les mando un fuerte abrazo lleno de fuerzas.

Con mucho Cariño

German, Gloria y Nathaniel
Posted by Maria Rivas on February 19, 2021
My adopted son (my son Joshua’s best buddy) my family and I love you so much and we’ll miss you a whole lot. Thank you for your kind heart and for always checking up on how we were doing. I’ll always remember the good memories we shared. From my wedding, to your high school graduation, and from my kid’s birthdays and even the Super Bowl. You were always here with us sharing your smile and company. You were always respectful, kind and willing to listen to my advice. You made us all proud with your determination and strived to be a great son, friend, student, artist and best of all a good Christian. I know that you’re are always going continue to watch over us from heaven next to mother Mary and Jesus. Always love you my niño until we meet again.
María Rivas and family

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Posted by Brian Ison on February 27, 2021
George, Lorena & family my sincerest condolences to you.
Regards,
Brian
Posted by James Boris on February 25, 2021
You were one of my best friends I've had. In middle school you were like a little brother to me. I remember rough housing with you at P.E. and after school. I still remember your dad coming to my dad's classroom and telling me I gotta be gentler to you. One of my favorite things about you was how bold and based you were. It was something I kind of admired and copied from you. You really contributed to my current personality I have today. I wish I hadn't lost your phone number and lost contact with you for a year. I am glad that I did manage to get in contact with you one last time and catch up with you in December though. I love you man, and while this news hurts incredibly, I can at least find solace knowing without a doubt you're up there in heaven. I just gotta hope I make it there too when my time comes.
Posted by Rosalinda Garcia on February 24, 2021
Just wanted to stop by and express my support and my most sincere condolences. I am very, very sorry for your loss, this is absolutely heart breaking. Lorena, I am here if you need anything, just reach out. Take care and God bless.
his Life

2021: Afterlife of Christopher

Hello, Hola, Marhaba, to all;

My parents George, Lorena and I just wanted to reach out and say sorry for not getting back to you sooner. Also, I wanted to say that on Tuesday February 9, 2021 God opened the gates for me and I entered into his Kingdome. I want you to know that I was glad that you were in my life.  As I wait for you up here in Heaven, I am eternally enjoying my afterlife with my grandfathers waiting for you. 

Take your time and enjoy life with your loved ones on this beautiful earth. May God watch over you and keep you at peace. May you look at life in a positive way.  See you up here when it is your time.
Love you all as I begin my new journey and continue with my goal to positively impact the lives of all seven billion people on this planet, one person at a time. 

Please enjoy this website intended to celebrate my life. Feel free to positively contribute by uploading pictures or videos, and by writing short stories. Love to all and peace out. 

P.S. Wait for the following chapters of my life.
Recent stories

Poem by Christopher Durr 3/23/2020 "Summer Breeze"

Shared by Lorena Durr on March 1, 2021
I step outside
In the cool breeze
And I feel the wind on my face
As I continue to walk down the pavement
As I enter and exit buildings
Throughout my day
I see people around me
Some tall
Some short
Some white 
Some black
Some skinny
Some fat
They all seem to be
Angered
Annoyed
Bored
Frustrated
Isolated
Pained
Rushed
Stressed
My God
I think to myself
They don’t realize how good they have it
And I close my eyes
And I smile
I am at peace with myself
And with others
I am content with my life
For I have been blessed by God
And I am free

By Christopher Durr

Shared by William Durr on February 22, 2021
...and then there was the time Christopher and George we’re visiting and the musical “Hamilton” came up in conversation.  Christopher immediately got up and began singing many of the songs, verbatim, from memory.  I think he might have known them all.

I shouldn’t have been surprised since I had earlier seen a virtuoso piano recital performed by him while blindfolded..after he had only one lesson!  His grandfather Lew, musically gifted himself, would have been proud.

Great Uncle Bill

Shared by George Abi Abdallah on February 20, 2021
Sadness and joy,Sweet and sour, 
Sadness for the big loss of Christopher who was a nice cheerful person future ahead . The hardness on his parents , family relatives and friends.
The memorial photos put in his album shows the joy he was at surrounded by his parents and family and friends. the joy in his face,his continuous smile should give us the comfort and condolences. He surely is in joy with our savior Jesus .
The sweetness is he had kept a sweet memory filled with sourness for the 
Had missed the opportunity to meet him but have loved him through our tel. Talks.
May you be R.I.P dear Christopher  between the angels. 
Uncle  george