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Christopher Michael Burgess

Columbus, Ohio

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BURGESS Christopher Michael Burgess, 21, of Columbus, died Sunday at his residence. He was an employee of the Brown Bag Deli in German Village and part-time packer for Federal Express. Survivors include his mother and step-father, Denise and Rick Hill of Orient; his father and step-mother, Tim...

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Hello my name is Christopher Michael Burgess
my father's name is Glen Edward Burgess
was looking up my name when found this i read every
note and i was touched thinking how blessed Chris is i live in Missouri im homeschooled 15 and i just wanted to say that Christopher Michael Burgess is blessed to have had such wounderfull friends i did'nt know him but god bless his soul

I miss you Chris.Your rare gifts and special heart will be missed by the whole world.

May God grant you peace and comfort as you remember Chris.

The first time I met Chris was at O.U. He was down visiting a friend who lived in my dorm. We sat and talked for awhile about music and life and I was amazed by his intelligence and maturity. I accidently kneed him in the face that night, which he reminded me of several months later when I re-met him as my roommate’s boyfriend. I have found memories of him cooking in our kitchen and relaxing on the balcony. My heart goes out to his family and loved ones and I pray they find comfort in...

We are praying and thinking of your whole family right now. God give you peace and comfort.

Man oh man...Burgess. The first time I met him was our freshman year of high school he was one of the first guys I met and was an unforgettable one. We were always good friends and there was never a dull moment hanging with him. Love you buddy and to the family, you are always in my prayers.

My first memory of Chris was at the Stout's home. He was sitting in the living room to the right (before the house was renovated) and he was in an arm chair with a thick book in his hands and a huge afro of curly hair on his head. He was always goofy, always intelligent and more mature than any other teenager I've met. I pray the Burgess family will be surrounded with peace, comfort, and loving memories of their son, brother, grandson, nephew, and friend.

You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We are very sorry for your loss; keep Chris' love in your heart always.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well-lived.