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Obituary of Christopher Charles Wilson
Christopher Charles Wilson, 29, of Brampton, ON, Canada passed away peacefully at home on March 20th, 2021 after battling Covid-19 complications. His family is shocked and deeply saddened by his loss.
Christopher was born on September 1st, 1991 to Nancy and Charles Wilson in Humber Memorial Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada. After graduating from St. Marguerite D'Youville Secondary School in 2009, Christopher attended George Brown College with a focus in Culinary Arts.
During his time at George Brown, Christopher was also employed at Air Canada as a Station Attendant in Aircraft Services. He loved to travel, and his job gave him the opportunity to travel the world and visit countries such as Japan, England, the Netherlands, various states across the U.S.A.to name a few. But his favorite destination was always Jamaica.
Christopher also dedicated time towards developing his relationship with Christ. As a member of New Birth Tablenacle, Christopher restored his faith in Jesus Christ and regularly attended church.
Christopher met his girlfriend Shanelle Smith on February 20th, 2020. They understood the value of communication in any lasting relationship, and spent much of their time bonding through long talks, and enjoying each others company. During that time he was employed as a Chef at Port Credit Residences in Mississauga. They both had a love for travel and enjoyed touring the city and taking weekend getaways.
Anyone who knew Christopher, knew that they were in the presence of someone who was kind-hearted, ambitious, and compassionate. He was a bright and loving individual who's smile lit up any room He had an immense passion for cooking and was always a source of positivity. His family and friends will miss him more than words can say.
Christopher will be remembered as the brother to Shawna Brooks, Natalie Wilson, and Michelle Wilson. The uncle to Collin Brooks. The cousin to numerous members of his extended family. And the friend to all those who have been blessed with the honour of being in his presence.
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