Christopher P. Michaels, age 22, of Lombard

Written by Brust Funeral Home on August 9th, 2013

MichaelsCHRISTOPHER P. MICHAELS, age 22, of Lombard, died suddenly August 7.

Visitation will be held Sunday, August 11 from 4 to 8 pm at Brust Funeral Home, 135 South Main Street, Lombard.

Funeral Service will be Monday, August 12 with prayers at 10:15 AM from Brust Funeral Home to Christ The King Church for 11:00 am Mass.

Interment Private.

Christopher is survived by his mother, Jane M., nee Selinger; his sister, Colleen R. (Stephen) Cottle of Falls Church, Virginia; and his brother, Daniel E. of Lombard.

Christopher is preceded in death by his father, Edward; and his grandparents, Margaret and Elmer Michaels.

Christopher had attended Manor Hill Grade School, Westlake Junior High, and was a 2009 graduate of Glenbard East High School.  He was a Soccer Coach for the Villa Park/Lombard Typhoon’s Soccer Club.  Christopher loved to play soccer.  He had been a volunteer for the Lombard YMCA and the Glenbard East Summer Soccer Camp.  Christopher was a self-taught computer enthusiast.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to Gift of Hope, 425 Spring Lake Drive, Itasca, Illinois 60143 or the Typhoon Soccer Club would be appreciated.


3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Brian Fetterolf says:

    To all of Chris’s family, so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in our prayers.

  2. Gerry, Kris, Patrick and Josh says:

    Dear Jane, Dan and Colleen,
    Our hearts are breaking for you in so many ways. Seems like yesterday you brought that little boy home while we were babysitting the ‘big kids’. We can’t turn the clock back on any of these past painful five years, but we can can be and are thankful for the life that we have shared and always will. We know in our own painful way how this dark time is weighing on you. We are doing our best, all of us, holding you in our prayers and in our hearts. We look forward to seeng you all again in God’s time. Please know that we will do our own faltering best to be there in any way you might need us.
    Gerry, Kris, Patrick and Josh

  3. Jane, Colleen, and Daniel,
    We would like to send our sincere condolences. It is so sad to lose a loved one in death. Many don’t know the right words to say ….. but Gods Word, the bible has TRUE comfort. Soon God’s perfect government will rule over mankind, (Matthew 6:10) Under that kingdom rule that we all pray for, God promises that “no resident will say I am sick”,( Isaiah 33:24) no death, no suffering, nor tears.(Revelation 21: 3,4) We will be able to live forever here on earth “in the abundance of peace.”(Psalms 37:11, 29) To learn more…. including why God would allow this to happen, visit, click on publication, then books and brochures, and search for the brochure When Someone You Love Dies. We send you our Christian love. Darren and Shellye Andrus

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