Christopher M. Abegg
May 22, 1972 - May 17, 2020
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Christopher M. Abegg, age 47, of Hebron, IN, passed away on Sunday, May 17, 2020. Christopher is survived by his son: Elijah H. Abegg; parents: Henry and Rebecca Abegg; girlfriend: Amanda McCormick; brothers: Samuel H. (Erin) Abegg and Jon (Jazmine) Abegg; sister: Katie (Ben) Hanson; nephews: Myles, Sabastian and Naylan; nieces: Hayden and Neely; great-nephew:…

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Heath Lang left a message on May 20, 2020:
Chris was always such a nice guy and really fun to be around. My love and prayers go out to the family. Rest In Peace my friend.
Sheila left a message on May 19, 2020:
Chris this world is losing a bright spot in it but heaven will glow brighter. you always held a special place in my heart.. I was lucky to watch you grow up ..I can see you brandie and Danny sliding down the slide into a pool laughing like crazy . You had a smile that made everyone want to smile back.." go high on that mountain your work on earth is done."
Daryl Gordon left a message on May 19, 2020:
My deepest condolences to Becky, Hank, Sam, Jon and Kate. I just wanted to take a moment to say I love you Chris and I’ll miss you buddy. You were like a brother and I’m sincerely grateful to been your friend. I’ll always carry with me the good times we all shared. I’m always lost for words at a time like this but ....thank you Chris for just being you.
Loretta left a message on May 19, 2020:
My heart is heavy, Chris was a big part of my life! I love you Becky, Hank, Sam, Jon and Kate! My heart hurts for all of you! You all are in my thoughts and prayers! may God give you all the strength to go through this extremely hard time, and give you peace in your hearts!
Rick Anderson left a message on May 19, 2020:
I haven't seen Chris in 20 plus years but I hold memories of us being great friends for many years through high school and beyond. News of his passing saddens myself and many of our group of friends that were inseparable years ago. I wish we had stayed in touch over the years but I'm sure we'll meet again someday my friend.
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Kate Abegg left a message on May 19, 2020:
House keeping, you want me to fluff your pillow? Chris, to my biggest brother, a part of me is gone now, taken with you. This new hollow spot in our hearts is permanent and a forever daily reminder of how much you filled our lives. The reality of this hasn’t really set in so writing this feels strange and private but, here goes. Growing up, I always felt this blessed feeling inside because I had big bothers but not just any big brothers, I had the best of the best. I later realized it wasn’t just a feeling, I was actually blessed, God blessed me with you Chris, you who are the best part of who we are, your funny personality, your kindness, your love and that big heart helped shape us into the people we are, the person I am. I remember a lot but you know most of our stories don’t contain language for the masses but this, the day you called and told me you were going to be a Dad, God knows I could feel your smile through the phone and with all your fears of child raising you were a great Dad! I am blessed to have had you for almost 47 years Chris, I am extremely sad that you are gone and pray the memories we share will carry me through until we meet again. God bless you. I love you, your lil sista KillaKate
Sam Abegg left a message on May 19, 2020:
To My Older Brother, you are gone now, in a better place we all hope to be when our time has come. My memories of our lives together are comforting in a time I need them most. You were special and we did everything we could to keep you on this earth with us but God had better plans for you. All the years growing up you did everything an older brother was supposed to do. You guided us by your words even though you might not have known it. You mentored us in a way that’s molded who we are today. You supported us and loved us when we needed it the most and I’ll always remember you as the most loving, giving, caring and thoughtful person I know. Your heart was larger than life and you positively impacted all of those around you. I know all of my friends loved you like their own brother and I thank you for the time that I was able to enjoy with you. All the times I needed to go somewhere you, without question, gave me the keys to your cars over the years. If you had a dollar, you’d give all of that dollar to someone else who needed it more. You were a damn hard worker and will undoubtedly go down as one of the hardest working laborers in the union. And most of all, you were a damn good dad. I love you, Chris. Your brother, Sam
patty left a message on May 18, 2020:
it saddens me to hear the loss of someone so young . l did not work with you but i am a union sister . i worked with hank at ak steel and i know what a family man he is i am so sorry for you and your family my prayers are with you at this time. patty burton
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