Blake Christie Obituary, Lubbock Texas, Has Passed Away – Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
Blake Christie Obituary, Death – On Friday, March 17, 2023, Blake Christie, age 26 and a resident of Lavon, Texas, passed away. On Friday, March 24, 2023, the funeral service will take place at Trinity Fellowship Church West Sanctuary at eleven in the morning. Jimmy Evans and Josh Howerton, pastor of Lakepointe Church, will preside over the ceremony. A private interment will take place at Lost & Found Ranch, which is located in Claude, Texas. On Thursday, March 23, 2023, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, friends and family are invited to visit the family at The Home of Robbie and Emily Christie.
Later in 2016, he established Christie Homes, a construction company that operated in Lubbock until 2021, when he relocated his operations to Lavon.
Blake loved the great outdoors and participated in activities such as water skiing, snowboarding, fishing, and more; however, hunting was his absolute favorite. He went on hunting expeditions all the way from Alaska to Wyoming to Mexico to Florida. He was looking forward to going on many more hunting trips in the coming year, but one in particular, a bear hunt with Brittany, was something he was particularly excited about.
Robbie and Emily (Keller) Christie welcomed their son Blake into the world on June 27, 1996 in Amarillo. In 2015, he received his diploma from Canyon High School, and in 2019, he earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University. On May 28th, 2021, Blake tied the knot with the woman he had loved his entire life, Brittany, in Marco Island, Florida. On August 14th, 2022, Blake’s greatest joy, Briggs Witten Christie, was brought into the world.
One of Blake’s many interests, including his passions, was aviation. When he was 16 years old, he passed the required tests to earn his pilot’s license. He piloted “Old Blue” across the country and around the world. In later years, he purchased N2061K for the benefit of his son, Briggs. One more interest of mine was home construction. In 2015, he completed construction on his very first house while he was still a senior in high school.