Christopher Eddleston Obituary, Christopher Eddleston Has Passed Away – Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
Christopher Eddleston Obituary, Death – Christopher F. Eddleston, our kind, brave, compassionate, and wonderfully talented son, brother, uncle, and friend, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly when he was 38 years old. The Eddleston family wishes to express their deepest condolences to everyone who knew and loved him. Chris was raised in Pepperell and Wakefield, Massachusetts, before moving to the cozy cottage he owned in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. Chris was born in Nashua, New Hampshire.
e was Steven and Gloria Eddleston Cardenas’ cherished son all their lives together. He is survived by his sister Jessica and her husband Brett Miller of Norfolk, Massachusetts; his nieces and nephews Avrie, Hudson, Wesley, and Quinn Miller; and his grandmother Rita Eddleston of Auckland, New Zealand. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sister Jessica and her husband Brett Miller. Christopher’s grandfather on his father’s side, Francis Eddleston, and his grandparents on his mother’s side, Alfonso Cardenas and Elvira Trevio, both passed away before him.
Christopher attended the Arts Institute of Boston and graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Art. His previous places of employment include Planet Fitness and Bose Corporation; he is currently working as a dog walker for Petscort in Newport. Chris had a soul that was gentle, profound, and insightful, and the many people whose lives he touched will mourn him and remember him forever. Chris spent his entire life pursuing his passion for music, which was the thing that lit a fire in his soul. You might find him strumming on any instrument, from the time he was a young child right up until he passed away; he had everything from guitars and drums to keyboards and harmonicas.
His loved ones are aware that he is currently having a good time behind the golden gates of heaven, frolicking with his pets and friends who have gone on before him, and enjoying the lovely clouds. Chris, everyone you left behind in this world is in pain because you’ve left us, and there will be a huge hole in each of our hearts until the day that we see one other again. Despite this, we are able to sleep well knowing that you are still here with us…just over the bend. On Tuesday, March 28th, between the hours of 4 and 8 PM, friends and family are invited to attend calling hours at the George Lima Funeral Home, which is located at 367 High Street in Bristol, Rhode Island.