Memorial Service will be held:
Saturday May 18, 2019
2759 Ayala Dr
Rialto, CA 92377
Following the memorial, please join us to celebrate his life, one that touched so many hearts.
The gathering will be held:
Saturday May 18, 2019
Caroli Banquet Hall
450 N. Sperry Drive
Colton, CA 92324
As you are all aware, Christopher Manuel Del Castillo is the son of Margie Vigil, and the father of Christopher Noah Del Castillo. What has happened is beyond comprehension and we are all still in shock. Understandably our mother Margie is struggling to cope, so we're stepping in to help with organizing Chris' memorial.
We have already received numerous texts, phone calls and messages from people asking how to help, so this campaign has been created as a way to keep everyone up-to-date with plans, and also offer a place for messages and donations to be left.
If you would like to donate, just click the "donate now" button, and please know that any amount donated will be greatly appreciated and will be very helpful. Any additional funds donated will be passed along to his son Christopher Noah. If you are not able to donate, don’t forget you can still send flowers and/or leave messages and photos to comfort Margie and the family.
Also, make sure you revisit this page so that you receive any updates regarding the memorial services and proceeding events.
If anyone has any questions, you can send us a message here.
Christopher “Chico Cee” Manuel Del Castillo, Age 37, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, April 29, 2019.
He is survived by his mother and father, Margie Vigil and Benjamin DelCastillo Jr.; his 3 brothers, Tommy Lee Vigil, Anthony Gilbert Vigil and Dario DelCastillo; his sister Wendy Lynn Garcia; and his son, Christopher Noah Del Castillo.
He is preceded in death by grandparents, Margie Trueba and Jesse Joseph Trueba Jr.; and Carmen and Benjamin DelCastillo Sr.
Chris was born on September 12, 1981 at Garfield Hospital in Monterey Park, California. He was raised by his mother Margie Vigil in San Bernardino, California and graduated from San Andreas High School. He continued his education and received his welding certification. He worked various warehouse positions, specializing in forklift operations, and he also trained to become a butcher for the Stater Bros. meat department.
Chris enjoyed drawing, tattooing, playing ball with his son, and spending quality time with his family. He spirit was gentle, he was kind hearted and he was known for being very loyal, “straight up”, protective, dependable and respectful. He loved to make others laugh and he was loved so very much by all of those who had the pleasure to get to know him. He will remain in the hearts of his loved ones forever and his legacy will live on through his son Christopher Noah.
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