Chris Kitzhaber Funeral Fund
$9,163 of $20,000 goal
Our brother, Chris Kitzhaber, was in a tragic accident on July 31, 2016. While at work he fell over 30 feet down a service elevator shaft and did not survive his injuries.
Chris and his family had just moved to Renton, Washington two weeks ago. His family has had several moves as he was looking for permanent work, quality medical care for his family, and good schools for his children to attend. The moves have completely exhausted their financial resources.
We are trying to raise funds to help with funeral expenses. Chris leaves behind his wife Sandy, daughter Ashleigh, sons Zack and Ben, grandson Aden, and soon to be grandson Lukas who is due this October.
Our family is devastated by this loss and appreciate your support.
Jeremy Kitzhaber and Jennifer Coonrod
NOTE: Jeremy Kitzhaber will administer the account to help Sandy pay for expenses.
Family and friends, please continue to support Sandy and the children by checking in with them and letting you know you are there for them. You can honor our brother by just being there for the people you love.
Thank you again,
Jennifer and Jeremy
Red Lion Hotel and Conference Center
1 S. Grady Way
Serviced will begin around 4pm with a dinner served at 5:30. Memories of Chris at 6:30 and a social gathering from 7 until 9.
An RSVP is required due to having a catered meal. Please email your RSVP to email@example.com with the first and last names of each person attending. Please RSVP no later than Tuesday the 9th of August.
If you would like to tell a 2-3 minute story of how you remember Chris during the 6:30 - 7:00pm time slot, please include that request with your RSVP.
Finally, we encourage you to bring a favorite photo of Chris. A table will be provided for the photos to be displayed.
I and my husband Wade would like to join Jeremy and Jennifer in thanking all who donated. Chris was very dear to us and has stayed in our home on various occasions, school and starting a new job. He was an extension of our family of sons. Thank you and stay in touch with his family.