Born On: April 12, 1972

Passed On: March 09, 2019

Christopher Robert Thornton

Christopher Robert Thornton, age 46, was born on April 12, 1972 and on March 9, 2019 he ran into the arms of Jesus.  He is survived by his wife, Stacy (Jackson) Thornton; parents, James and Patricia Thornton; children, Christopher James Earl (Paige) Thornton: step children, Tyler, Katelyn, Nate; grandchildren, Annabelle Thornton, Kenzington Thornton; sister, Shanon (Bill) Rederstorf; brothers, Anthony (Michelle) Thornton, Joseph (Brenda) Thornton.  He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ira and Gertrude Thornton and Doit and Betty Cross; nephew, Eric Rederstorf.

Christopher was a rambunctious child.  He ran full tilt into everything and wasn’t afraid to try new things.  He loved mystery, humor and his family.  He was always a true friend who would give you his last dime, even if it meant starving.  As an adult he worked construction as a roofer and sider.  He always gave everything his best.

According to his wishes cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life Service will be held at Cedar Creek Alliance Chapel, 7193 Sweeter Road in Twin Lake on Saturday April 13 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES, MUSKEGON (231)-722-5050

Celebration of Life Service Information


Cedar Creek Alliance Chapel
7193 Sweeter Road, Twin Lake, Michigan 49457
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Date: Saturday, April 13, 2019
Time: 03:00 PM

9 thoughts on “Christopher Robert Thornton

  1. Robert Van Dyke ll

    Condolences go out to the Thornton family I’m very sorry for the loss of your son your brother your husband and father I know it’s tough and things always seem but you’ll never get better what was God and family surprisingly they do I lost my wife last April way too soon and it was one of the toughest things that ever happen to me but God and family pulled me through keep your family close and together and things will be a bit easier 🙏 I pray for peace and your family and Tony I hope you’re doing okay brother if you need anyting or your family needs anyting you know you can call on the Van Dyke family peace my friend

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    1. Mike Fetterhoff

      Chris was a good friend through high school and beyond. I lost touch with him the last few years. I am very sad i didn’t get to see him before this but i know he is in a better place. Really sorry for his family.

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  2. Frederick J.Monroe

    My heart is hurting over your loss, I pray for peace for the family at this time. Chaplian csc,, and friend FJM

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  3. Rocky and Pat Heiss

    You are in our prayers. So sorry for your loss. God is walking with in this difficult time.
    Rocky and Pat Heiss

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  4. Denise Baxter

    My friend, I’ll truely miss our talks about life, people, God and mostly how you always made me feel better after talking ya. You really were a generous person. Always the first one to lend a hand and help a person out. A kind soul with a smile as big as your hugs. I love you my friend.

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  5. James Rodgers

    Chris man you have been one of my best friends for years and years and when we fell out of contact it hurt man. I tried and tried to get into contact to say hi or even hang out. I’ll truly miss all the crazy stuff we did.. And will always remember you as my friend. Thanks for everything and I hope your up there with Jeff Baxter and Roscoe clark…. I’ll miss you bro..

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  6. Heather Pickard

    My heart grieves with my family at the loss of Chris. His bigger than life smiles and bear hugs will be greatly missed but I will see him again someday. Until then, I will cherish the memories of him. Love to my family with all heart.

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