Chrystian R. Wiles, Donor
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His memory will live on...
Our son Chrystian died in December of 2014 at home in Arizona where he lived at the time. He left behind a beautiful son name Jaiden, whom Chrys loved very dearly and his son was his whole world.
Jaiden and his Dad were very close – they did everything together. Wherever Chrys went, Jaiden went also!! Chrys taught his son everything he knew about audio, for Chrys was into fixing radios, TVs, etc. in cars, which was his career. His greatest joy was bringing Jaiden to the beach, taking him for walks in the woods to explore, or just hanging out with each other.
Chrys was also an excellent chef, for he had many restaurant jobs where he grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
His wish was to return home if anything ever happened to him and we are honoring his wish. He has many friends and family there and loved being with them. His father and I are bringing him home for a “Celebration of Life” to have laughter, tears, and memories with his son, family and friends.
Our most important job now is to see that Jaiden is taken care of in many ways to grow up to be kind, loving and caring like his father was and more. To have Jaiden know we are there for him always; both his uncles and his family on both sides.
He misses his Father very very much, and is still in the grieving stage. I’m not sure if he has come to terms with it yet, but he is grieving in his own way. I told him to look up into the “sky” and one of those stars is his Dad. Jaiden also talks to him before going to bed or when he is alone and needs him.
We are all going to miss Chrystian so very very much, but his memory will live on within his son and his family and his many many friends who loved him so deeply. We will miss you Chrystian but you will “Forever Be In Our Heart!!! So RIP son and I know you are watching over your son and all of us.
Love, Mom, Dad, Jaiden and Family!!
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