Christopher D. Condellire

Christopher D. Condellire

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Christopher Denis Condellire, age 56, died on Monday July 8th in the Green Park Nursing and Hope Hospice, St Louis Mo. He was born and raised in Fenton Mo. He was preceded in death by his father Carlo Condellire of Fenton Mo. He leaves two sons, Nick and Sam Condellire; mother Roberta Condellire; 5 brothers: Joe (Jane), Mark (Gina), Dominic (Sandy), Dana (Alan), Michael (Sarah): also former spouses Martha Zahari and Kathy Condellire, 7 nephews, one niece and one new great nephew along with many cousins and friends.

Chris was baptized, confirmed and attended St Paul’s Catholic Church and School. He graduated from Lindbergh High School in 1981.

Chris had a great appreciation for the arts, especially music on vinyl records. He also enjoyed literature, movies, drawing and oil painting, long walks through his neighborhood eating at the local deli, restaurants and pubs. He had a great love of the local library, and was known to spend many hours researching his favorite subjects. Chris had a great sense of humor, love of story telling.

He was employed at Color Art Printing and Furniture company for 30 + years. He was known to be loyal, friendly, genuine and had a very strong work ethic.

 

A memorial service will be held:

Wednesday, July 10, 2019  from 11 am to 1 pm

at

St Louis Cremation Services

2135 Chouteau Avenue,
St Louis Mo, 63103,
Officiated by Father Scott Scheiderer.
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It is our humble request that you do not make any donations or send any flower arrangements.
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  1. Susan Jewell says:

    So sorry for your loss.🙏🙏for your family

  2. Joe Schwab says:

    Chris was such a great guy and a wonderful friend.
    My heart goes out to all the Condellire’s.

  3. Bill Blackwell says:

    So sad to hear and my sincerest condolences to the entire family.Chris was a great childhood friend and fellow ’81 graduate and will be missed greatly.

  4. Joseph Miles says:

    You’ll Be Missed Chris Pest In Peace, And Prayers For Your Family And Loved Ones’

  5. Tony Cornejo says:

    The obituary didn’t include that he was a singer that played out with a band. And he was a damn good one at that.

    Farewell my friend.

  6. Jeff Robinson says:

    We’ll always cherish the memories of Chris and weekend visits to the Condellire’s. Always the best cousins. Chris and the boys seemingly played every sport well and knew every band/song/album. They were vinyl early adopters long before it was cool. Love to all of you. You’re in our thoughts, as we share your grief.

    Jeff, Lori, Jess & Katie

  7. Greg Lillard says:

    He was the best friend I ever had, very close with him since the early 80s no one could ever replace him RIP my friend artist singer more fun than anyone I ever new condolences to his family

  8. Scott Wallace says:

    You just keep rockin in a free world Chris because you rocked ours to the Max….. Peace my friend

  9. Erik Gambaro says:

    I’m very sorry to here about his passing. My condolences to the family.

  10. Kay Taggart says:

    Sending our deepest sympathies to Nick and Sam, Bobbie, Joe, Mark, Dom, Dana, and Mike, and the rest of the Condellire family. Love, Doris Taggart, Kay & Connie

  11. Mike Lapointe says:

    My deepest heartfelt condolences goes out to all of the immediate and extended Condellire Family members, especially Bobbi, who is the epitome of what a Great Mother Is…They are a remarkable Family, and I am very proud to have been accepted into their inner circle of Love..💜
    God Bless 🙏Sincerely, MJL

  12. Donald Hollenbeck says:

    We didn’t spend a lot of time together, but it was always a pleasure when we did.

    My condolences to all who are hurting from his passing.

  13. Bret Polk says:

    Deepest sympathies to the Condellire family. So sad to hear this. RIP my friend.

  14. Elizabeth Brandt Boyd says:

    So very sorry to hear, hugs and prayers for the family.

  15. Betty Hoevelmann says:

    Our deepest sympathy to Bobbie and all of the family. Jerry & Betty Hoevelmann

  16. Vicki Neff says:

    We had some good times and lots of laughs back in the day at Color Art.

  17. Lisa M Hummert says:

    Chris, I will never forget your smile, your voice, your laughter. The sweetest, funniest guy in school. I’m so happy I had just a small piece of life knowing you. Until we meet again, be at peace my friend.

  18. dave shelton says:

    My thoughts are with the family and friends of Chris, I worked with him many yrs at Color Art, and Chris was always a good friend! R.I.P. old buddy!!

  19. Mike Green says:

    So sorry for your loss. I worked with Chris for many years at Color Art. He always was a kind soul and never had a bad word to say about anyone.

  20. Debby Gunter says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.

  21. John Posey says:

    So sorry to hear the news about a childhood playmate. Thoughts and prayers to everyone in his wonderful family. May his memory be a blessing.

  22. Vivian Brotherton says:

    Deepest condolences. Such a talented, engaging man. So young. I wish I’d known sooner. I would not have missed his funeral. Charming, funny, and a wonderful singing voice. I’ll never forget him. 💔

  23. Charlie mcintire says:

    RIP chris my prayers go out to your family and friends you will always be in the riverside family you will be missed!!!

  24. Greg Knox says:

    RIP, Chris and my best to your family. I will keep you in my prayers along with your family and friends.

  25. Rick Isenmann says:

    Hard to believe Chris is gone. I feel so sorry for his family and all of his close friends. We shared many great memories together in the Color-Art days. Rest in peace my friend.

  26. Carla Condellire Ounanian says:

    Chris you were a one of a kind your heart was gold you spread cheer everywhere you went. I’m so proud to say you are my cousin so multi talented. When you were born I use to treat you like my little baby doll you were so adorable💕 I’ll miss you and all our family get togethers. I’ll never forget what you did for me you remembered all those years how I was a big Queen fan you made me a couple of CDs of their music by other bands I was so touched you would remember that. Love you always Give my Roland a big hung and my mom and dad uncle Tony aunt Angie and my sweet uncle Carlo and Bernie and I can go on and on you are in the best place now.💕💕💕💕 Love, Carla