Mould, Christopher Jordan
Rush: Age 21, passed away suddenly and peacefully in his sleep November 12, 2012. Chris had many passions - nature, music, tie-dye, friends, drumming, camping and concerts - but most of all his friends. His positive spirit was infectious. He enjoyed working at Jitter's Café. He especially loved singing and was excited to have sung with RH Singers in the National Youth Choir at Carnegie Hall. During his young adulthood he sang with many groups including Madrigalia, the Eastman Rochester Chorus and several MCC ensembles, in addition to choirs at Third Presbyterian Church. Chris was a life-long member of Third Presbyterian Church, playing a particularly memorable role as Pharaoh (as Elvis) in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He participated in Youth Group, Choir, was a Dining Room Ministry team member of 10 years and several Mission trips, traveling to the worldwide Youth Triennium in 2008 where his signature move was "Free Hugs" to all. Chris was a favorite with the kids at New Life's Vacation Bible School for many years. Welcome should have been his middle name. His loving spirit remains in our hearts.
Chris leaves his loving mom, dad and sister, Ann (McMican), Jack and Leah Mould; grandmother, Marilyn Mould: many aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family, and a huge number of friends throughout the region.
Friends may call Tuesday, 4-7 PM at the funeral chapel (2305 Monroe Ave.). A service in celebration of Chris' life will be held Saturday, November 24 at 4 PM at Third Presbyterian Church, East Ave at Meigs; reception to follow. Donations in Chris' memory can be sent to Third Presbyterian Church to benefit the Music or Dining Room Ministry programs, 4 Meigs St., Rochester, NY 14607.
Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle on Nov. 18, 2012