Christopher jr. was born December 19th, 1988 to Chris and Toni Adams. He is the second child of Chris and is currently studying for a bachelor's degree in business management with a minor in finance, and plans to attend graduate school in the near future.
"Thank you for visiting this website dedicated to my father, Chris Adams. I hope it gives you a glimpse into the man I remember him to be; fun, caring, adventurous, and larger than life. Though he may not be here in body, his spirit lives on in the memories we hold of him."
Memories of my Dad
"My favorite moments spent with dad are of us together on the road. Just he and I driving from city to city to different wrestling venues during my childhood summer vacations. We would talk about movies, music, our futures, and life in general. From our conversations I was able to develop a lot of my beliefs that I still maintain today. He wasn't afraid to speak his mind, no matter what the subject may have been. Sometimes I can still hear his voice telling me what he thinks I should do or say, and I listen with a keen ear. I like to think I've made him proud of the person I have become and the decisions I've made so far.
Not only was he a guide for me as a child, dad was also a friend when I did not have many. I remember him being more excited to play with toys he had bought me, or wanting to visit amusement parks more than I did. Very few parents are interested in their child's hobbies as he was with mine. There wasn't a single thing I desired to do that he didn't absolutely love. He was the biggest kid when I needed someone to hang around with, and I am a better person because of it. I learned that the most important thing anyone can do in life is to love your family, and show it as well."
If I could see him today
"If I could see him today I would do all the things we missed out on, from celebrating birthdays to buying my first drink together. I would tell him everything that has happened since we last saw each other, and show him the man he has influenced me to become. Most of all, I would hug him tightly and let him know how much I love him and what he means to me."
A few words to my dad
"I love you dad. There isn't a day that goes by when I don't think about the time we have spent together. I hope that someday, somehow, we can see each other again."
"I would like to sincerely thank my sister, Jade, and her husband, Adam, for all the time and effort they have put into creating this memorial. I hope their hard work will warm the hearts of anyone whom dad has met over the course of his life."