Christopher-Schwiderski-Obituary

Christopher Schwiderski

Dallas, Texas

1977 - 2018

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SCHWIDERSKI, Christopher (Chriss) Christopher (Chriss) Schwiderski, 40, of Dallas returned to his heavenly home on Saturday morning, January 6, 2018, after a courageous battle with cancer. Chriss was born on July 7, 1977, and grew up in International Falls, MN. He was a graduate of the University...

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My condolences to all who loved Chriss. He was a great friend. I spent a lot of time at the Schwiderski house in the St. Thomas days. He will be missed and I'm happy to read he was a believer. Christians have expectation to see their loved ones again - 1 Thessalonians 4:13

I loved working with Chris. He was such a kind and honorable person. His partners, co-workers, and customers all loved working with him.

Beautiful person and soul. My deepest sympathy to your family. I worked w Chriss at Forsythe and admired his strength and positive attitude despite his circumstances. He was loved and will be missed. I look forward to seeing him again in Heaven.

Chriss is an amazing person and I look forward to seeing him upstairs. Always with a smile and an encouraging word. God bless Chriss' family and I know you take comfort in knowing you will see him again as well.

Mike

To Chris's family: May your fond memories shared over the years bring warmth & comfort to your hearts. May the trustworthy promises of God give you inner peace & strength, as expressed at Philippians
4:6,7, & 13, to cope in the days ahead.

We have your couch, you kindly sold us your favorite Cindy Crawford couch when we needed it...And helped us load it up.

I knew you because of Witten and saw you most days while you were in treatment. As time went by you started to share with me some surreal moments you were feeling that had to do with the cancer and chemo. You were so real and authentic then. The last time I saw you was at a Whole Foods, it was a basic exchange but I thought you had won your battle with cancer. I...

As someone so eloquently said - To know you Chriss was to love you.

Uncle Mike

Sorry! He will be missed by many people

Sending our love and support to Jo, Bob, Nich, Angie and all of Chriss' loved ones.