Christopher Anthony Lombardi, 53, passed away Friday, February 21, 2014 at his home in West Melbourne.
He has graced us with his amazing intelligence, sense of humor and love.
Christopher graduated from the University of Chicago College of Economics with a Bachelor of Arts Degree on June 12, 1982.
He was an avid New York Yankee fan and thought very highly of his business acquaintances and friends.
Christopher was born on November 2, 1960 in the City of New York, Borough of Queens.
He is survived by his parents, Donald and Mary Ann, his uncle Nicholas, his brothers Donnie, Greg and Donnie, sisters in law Karen GÇ£MissyGÇ¥, Debra and Dana and six Nieces.
In this chapter, Chris is survived by his former wife, Christine, daughters Nicole and Keli, son Nathan, sons in law Dan and Dave, grandchildren Arianna, Drake, Devon, Anisa, Elayna, Angelina and Nathan Jr., great grandson Damain.
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IN CHRISTOPHER’S FINAL CHAPTER, HE WAS FORTUNATE TO HAVE GONE FULL CIRCLE WITH HIS LIFE. HE CAME BACK TO FLORIDA IN NOVEMBER 2009 WHERE HE MARRIED HIS HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART ON JULY 1, 2011.
HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, PATRICIA LOMBARDI WHO, IN CHRISTOPHER’S OWN WORDS DESCRIBED HER AS GÇ£LOVING, SUPPORTIVE, PATIENT AND UNDERSTANDINGGÇ¥. HE IS ALSO SURVIVED BY HIS IN LAWS, EDWARD AND BARBARA, STEPCHILDREN CHRISTOPHER AND GREGORY GÇ£ADAMGÇ¥, SISTER IN LAW LEIGH AND GRANDCHILDREN JACOB, JULIAN AND BENTLEY.
I KNOW CHRISTOPHER WOULD LIKE ME TO ACKNOWLEDGE THESE TWO PEOPLE HE CARED VERY DEARLY FOR, LAURIE COOPER-GRONE AND CAROL RICHEY. MOST IMPORTANTLY HIS BEST FRIEND THOMAS MCKENZIE, WHO WAS LIKE A BROTHER TO HIM AND HAS ALWAYS BEEN THERE FOR HIM THROUGH TRYING TIMES AND GREAT TIMES.
Christopher’s life will be celebrated on Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the Front Street Civic Center, 2205 Front Street, Melbourne. Per Christopher’s request, please dress casually.