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Christopher Trevizo Memories of his life
                    Born in California on August 21, 1990 

                         August 21 1990--Chris was born to  
                             Herman and Angie Trevizo 

Feb 1991- Baptism Day  Fr Joh Moretta Pastor , Fr. 
God Parents Andrew Encinas and Tes Trevizo

First Holy Communion Grade 2

Apri 1991- First time in the backyard pool
Aug 21 1991- First vacation to Campland,San Diego, Calif  First 
birthday party--The Galiana'a, , the Vasques' Meraz',all the 
Trevizo's PeBa and the Nino came to Campland

Aug 1992- Lake Havasu, Sedona Ariz, Grand Canyon

Lake Tahoe 


                             Las Vegas Nevada

My Brothers and sisters, and family





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To:        Chris
From:    Mom   
As a child you were everyones baby.  You had the 
longest lashes and I would give you and get butterfly 
kisses. Then suddenly you were becoming a man. So
handsome and the girls..they just would not back off.  
They would not leave you alone.

You were so loyal to your family ,friends and to 
Jasmine.I always  told you that you were going to 
be a social worker.

On Monday, April 3, 2006 when you were assualted
and up to the time that your life was over on 
Saturday, April 8th, you were so brave.

We had just discussed organ donation only a few 
weeks ago, and how you wanted to give to 
others if anything ever happened to you. 

You hung on and it was so hard to keep you on life support. 
Only someone who has had a loved ones organs 
donated, knows, what I am talking about.  
When it comes to prolonged grief no 
words can express all the different emotions that 
come into play. But, as you wished we did it.  

Today,  your first grade teacher is doing well.  We 
just found out about the other recipents and they 
are also regaining their health. I am sure they 
will soon want"In and Outs" and "Pizza "with a 
large "Dr. Pepper." 

You gave so much in life and did the same in death.  
You are a hero as your First Grade Teacher says, 
and so missed. We all grieve different. Help us to 
understand others and others to understand us. 

Everyday that you were in hosptial you had at least 
fifty visitors.  Your Aunt Dee Dee and Rudy never
left your side.  Ray also stayed.  The took such good
care of you through the long nights.

So many priest and ministers went to see you. So 
many prayers and family friends.  They held us up 
during those dark days. 

Your brothers were there everyday and your sister 
came by as well. She even brought Lexi to see you 
when she could. I am so proud of our family and all 
our loved ones who kept vigil for those six days.

Your schoolmates, friends and their parents set up 
a memorial at the site your were injured and they had
a car wash to help with the expenses.  They worked 
so hard for you and Metri.

Now from heaven you have found a way for us
to meet and be touched by so many Angels and
their loved ones.  They have helped us so much.

There are no words to thank them Chris, except that 
you ask Jesus to send them a little something special 
from heaven in your memory.  They will know in their
hearts when their blessing has arrived from heaven.

Sleep well my love and during your waking hours, kiss
PeBa for me and all our loved ones. Keep watch over 
all the little ones in the family and fly on eagle's wings.

Assualted on April 3rd, 2006

Passed away on April 08, 2006 at the age of 15.

The Dash  / PHIL TREVIZO (Oldest Brother)
        "The Dash"

 I read of a man who stood to

 at the funeral of a friend. 

 He referred to the dates 

 on this tombstone from 

beginning to the end.

He noted that the first came his date of birth and spoke the following with tears.  But he said what mattered most of all, was the dash in between
 those years.

For the dash represents, all the time he spent 
alive on earth.  And how only those who loved 
him know what that little line is worth.  

For it matters not, how much we own; the cars, 
the house, the cash, what matters most is how
we live and love and how we spend our dash…

So think about this long and hard.  Are there
things you’d like to change? 

For you never know how much time is left, that 
can still be rearranged.  If we could just slow 
down enough, to consider what is true and real.  And always try to understand, the way other people feel.

And be less quick to anger, and show 
appreciation more, and love the people in our
 lives like we’ve never loved before.  If we treat each other with respect, and more often wear a smile… Remembering that this special dash 
might only last a little while.  

So, when your eulogy is being read, with your 
life’s actions to rehash would you be proud of the things they say and how your spent your dash?

-Author Unknown- 

Would you like to improve the way you are spending your dash?

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