Christopher Dynasty Reese passed away November 21st in Topeka at the age of 35. He was born November 29, 1976, the oldest son of Lois Reese McFadden and Mekel Mays of Toledo, Ohio. He was raised in Leavenworth, Kansas, and he was baptized and rededicated his life to Christ at the Independent Baptist church by Rev. Robert Baynum who also named Chris. Chris attended Anthony school and was the teacher s pet, they enjoyed him as a student because he loved to learn. Later his family relocated to Phenix City, AL and became the teacher s pet again. He moved back to Leavenworth and graduated from Saint Mary Out-front Adult Education, June 6, 1995. He married Venus Remfry on June 23, 2012. They were happy and found the love they were searching for in each other. Chris and Venus were each others balance, motivation, comfort and joy, giving others a renewed hope in love. They were best friends and had future plans to go back to school, buy a house, anticipated the upcoming family reunion, adding to the family, travel and so much more. The marriage ended much too soon, but their love will never die. His hobbies included drawing, guns, helping people wherever he could. Chris loved to draw and became famous for his artistic and creative ability in tattoos. He loved life and he loved being with his friends. His personality was amazing and he had an AWESOME sense of humor. Chris had a profound impact on everyone whom he came in contact with. He was a very loving, loyal and devoted father, husband, son, brother, nephew and uncle. His life will be cherished and he will be truly missed by many. He leaves to cherish many precious memories by his loving wife Venus Reese, his devoted mother Lois McFadden, 4 sons Nicholas Reese, Tavion Cosey, Franklin Jackson and De VonneCarroll, 4 daughters Carcena Cosey, Brittney Cosey, CerenityRemfry and Margaret Harris, 3 brothers Jason McFadden (Kim), Michael McFadden (Trish) and Jesse Griffin, mother in law Sonja Caballero, Father in law Aaron Remfry, Grandmother and Grandfather Thomas & Guadalupe Caballero, a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and many adopted friends. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Kathryn A. Daniel and his daughter Dynasty Reese. Memorial service will be 11:00 a.m. today, December 4, 2012, at Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church in Topeka. Christopher Dynasty Reese
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Published in Topeka Capital-Journal on Dec. 4, 2012