Christopher Brown JR
August 15, 1935 - May 2, 2013
Born in Dallas, Texas Christopher was an only child born to Christopher Brown and Fandora Tidwell.
Christopher served as a Marine for three years based in Hawaii. He received the National Defense Service Medal. Christopher left the Marines after his tour of duty with an Honorable Discharge.
Christopher immigrated to Canada in 1966. He worked for Weldwood of Canada from April 17, 1967 to September 1, 2000 when he retired.
Christopher was a faithful church attendee and was faithful in his tithes and offerings. In Williams Lake he attended the Salvation Army and was very active, Chris built the library, renovated the prayer room and served in the kitchen serving the homeless meals at Christmas. He was also active with Neighbour link.
Chris played golf and was an artist leaving behind many drawings and paintings which he has donated to Bridge of Hope Art Endowment Program to display in the gallery along with art from underprivileged children who have received scholarships to art school.
In 1998 Christopher became a founding Director and Vice President for Bridge of Hope Ministries International, Chris served faithfully with his time and financial giving for 15 years. He was part of the backbone of this ministry and will be sorely missed.
Christopher had a great sense of humor and loved to kid around. He was always very polite and forgiving. He was a very private person and kept to himself mostly but those he knew and knew him valued him as a friend.
Christopher loved to read his Bible and have deep discussions with others. He was a member of Bible Truth Church for thirteen years and had a deep respect for his church and his pastor.
Christopher was always giving to the Lords work and took care of this even in his death.
Chris can truly say “I have fought the good fight of faith…”
Christopher made a significant difference in people’s lives with his giving. He will always be remembered and missed by those who were close to him.
We love you Chris!