Kristopher Williamson

September 1, 1989 - December 29, 2022
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Kristopher Williamson, 33, passed away on December 29th, 2022 while surrounded by family and loved ones.  He is survived by his loving wife, Kelsi, and their 3 children, Brendan, Aubri, and Alexander; his father Dave Williamson, and mother Tona Lucas; 2 brothers, a sister, and countless friends.

Kris was born in Lancaster, Ohio on September 1st, 1989.  He attended Berne Union High School in Sugar Grove, Ohio.  He enjoyed playing the guitar and singing, he also loved hunting and fishing as well as being a volunteer firefighter at the Berne Union Fire Department.

Kris moved to Tucson in 2010 where he pursued a career in the HVAC industry.

He will be sadly missed by his family and many friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, January 14, 2023 at Marana Mortuary, Marana, AZ.

Rest In Peace Kris




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Born: September 1, 1989
Died: December 29, 2022

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Lauren Copland posted on 1/13/23

Kristopher's family has my deepest condolences at this time. I never had the pleasure of meeting his wife and children, but I know that they meant the world to him. Wishing you peace, comfort, lots of love, and sending prayers in your time of sorrow. My heart goes out to you in this difficult time.


Julie Sierra posted on 1/13/23

Im very sorry, I will pray to Loard to give you and your family strength and calm.


Andrea & Joe Jackson posted on 1/12/23

Kristopher we are forever grateful for your friendship and the many memories we shared with you for so many years we will cherish forever. We are sending all our love and prayers to your loving wife Kelsi, your three beautiful children, your wonderful parents Tona and Dave, and of course to all those in your life who I know loved you as much as we did. To leave footprints on so many hearts in the very short time you were with us is something pretty incredible. You were a blessing to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing you. You were like family to us, and we will remember you always. Rest in Peace dear Kris. ?


Patrick Rogan posted on 1/12/23

My man, Kris. It's time to rest and be peaceful. We know you will watch over your family from heaven, I will be watching over them here. We cannot question God's plan, but it hurts that you were taken away so young. I will miss you, but I will keep you alive in my memories. Rest peacefully knowing you were loved.


David Havice posted on 1/11/23

I met Kris in Tucson at Teen Challenge when my son Dustin was also enlisted into this Life changing ministry. I would drive up to Tucson every weekend and attend Church with all the guys including Kris. Not only did Kris inspire my son to stay the course in this program but would call him later in life to check on him and his walk with Christ. Kris and I would talk on occasion about life and his plans to go into the HVAC Career. He would always speak of his love of Christ and how blessed he was to have a new start because of Jesus and what He helped him through at Teen Challenge. Because of Teen Challenge and being around all these men with varying obstacles in there lives I went to Bible college and became a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Kris you played a part in at least two peoples lives weather you knew that or not. I will pray for your family always and knowing God will take good care of them. You’re an Awesome man of God and someday soon my friend we shall meet again. Love, Blessings and really Big (((((HUGS))))) to your Family. In Service of the King, David Havice


Berne Union Class of 2008 posted on 1/11/23

The Berne Union, class of 2008, sends their love to Kris's family and friends. He had such a kind and giving heart. We all have been sharing photos and memories of Kris's throughout the years. He will be missed.


Chelsae Schleich posted on 1/11/23

Hearing of the passing of Kris was shocking and devastating. My thoughts and prayers go out to his mother Tona, and siblings, Tj, Tonya and Kacey, and his wife and children. He will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved him. He always knew the best advice to give, and would give the shirt off his back for anyone in need. Everyone at Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, and especially Tom and Rosemary send all of their love and prayers. He left such a huge, positive impact on all of our lives, and will be greatly missed by all of his family and friends here in Ohio.


Beth Hughes posted on 1/11/23

So very sorry Tona and family.I know Kris and he was very much loved by everyone.I can't imagine what your going through,my deepest sympathy to everyone love you all


Gloria Jones posted on 1/11/23

Love and many prayers. Tim & Gloria.


Wright and Ruth Ellinger posted on 1/11/23

Dear family of Kristopher. So very sorry for the loss of a son, a brother and the many friends who knew Kristopher. Please know that you are remembered in our prayers. Praying God will comfort your hearts.


Tillie Hale, also for Alan posted on 1/11/23

My sincere condolences to each friend and family member who is wondering “why”. That is my question and it seems to have no answers. I do know that Kris is lighting the room he is in with his quick kind smile and words of intelligence with kindness.