Christopher-Kropp-Obituary

Christopher Kropp

Cincinnati, Ohio

Age 46

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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KROPPChristopher Learner passed away at his home in Cincinnati on Saturday, March 19, 2016. He would have been 47 on April 12, 2016. His top priority in life was his children. He was an amazing dad. He should be remembered for his quick smile and outgoing personality, his genuine kind-hearted...

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I miss you Brother.... we shared so much and I feel for you... I feel that weight a lot too... I'll see you in heaven one day and we'll continue our lunches.... R.I.P.

A dear Cincinnati friend passed through Shreveport today and shared the news of your family's loss. Our hearts break for the sorrow you have experienced and our hope is for peace and joy to reign in the midst of the storm.
Sharon & Terri, and families

My great friend for so many years. Chris taught me there was no time better than the present to laugh and enjoy life, even thru tough times. What a special Friend, Father, Son, Brother, and Person. The memories are with me forever. Thank you my friend. Huge condolences to the Kropp family. You were always so great to me.

He was my best friend for a long time.

All of us here at Sugar Loaf express our sympathy to his family and are deeply saddened. Chris was always so greatful of our business association and we thank him for his years with us. A life taken too soon, he will be missed by all that new him. RIP our friend.

I have just received word of my very good friends passing. My deepest condolences go out to all his family and friends. I will always remember Chris for all the competitive fun we had at the bay harbor platform tennis courts. He has given joy to so many who knew him. Loved his great passion for platform tennis. He will be dearly missed by so many.

This news was a shock and a heartbreak to us all. Chris will always be missed here at his Midwestern Broadcasting family. He was genuinely a sweet, kind guy who had a hug and a smile for those who knew him. I know your pain is great. Praying for God's comfort, peace and healing at this time and always.

Word has just come to Petoskey, Michigan, of Chris' passing. We knew Chris through playing platform tennis on Friday afternoons during the winter months at the Bay Harbor courts in our town for the past 10 years. Chris was a wonderful friend, we always looked forward to him being on the courts with us as he was so fun, so lovely, so competitive. He talked about his sons and shared pictures. He made all of our lives brighter for those few hours we spent with him weekly. We will miss his...

Chris was a great guy, who was so much fun to be around. He was so jovial and I will miss that hearty laugh. We had great times at Regis together.

peace,
Moulty