On October 15, 1982, a baby boy was born to Floretta Williams and Louis Victor Sanford of whom they named Christopher Glen Williams; affectionately known as “Kissa”.
At a young age Christopher accepted Christ as the leader of his life and was a baptized Member of the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. He later joined Faith Temple Outreach Ministry. Christopher attended Bay City High School and was a proud member of the 2000 Championship football team; he graduated in 2001. He went on to join the United States Army and was stationed in Fort Knox, Kentucky. After serving his country, he began working as a contractor at Dow Chemical and Formosa Plants, he was employed by Apache Industries.
Christopher was a hard working young man that loved to see others happy and having fun. No matter who you were, he welcomed you with an open heart and always told a joke so he could make you smile. Christopher enjoyed hunting and fishing with his uncles, but most of all eating. On any given day you could catch him running dogs or with the fishing poles on the back of the truck. That is of course, if the Houston Texans were not playing. Between hunting, fishing, watching football, and family time, he kept himself busy entertaining those that he met throughout the course of a day.
Christopher leaves to cherish his loving memories his mother, Floretta Williams; father, Louis Victor Sanford; maternal grandmother, Berniece Williams all of Bay City, TX; two sisters, Veronica Gordon (Felix) Houston, TX and Aretha Miller (Margwyn ) of Bay City, TX, one brother, Lamont Barnwell of Kileen, TX; four nieces: Veronica Williams of Layfette Louisiana, Eugenia Long and Eugenicia Long of both Houston, TX and Paris Miller of Bay City, TX; four nephews: Al- Delwin Nelson of Beaumont, TX, Adarrius Williams, Earl Laws, and Amari Miller all of Bay City TX; two aunts: Flordia Smith (Anthony) and Floyce Brown both of Bay City TX; three special aunts: Terri Southall (Tony) of Houston, TX, Nichole Ross of Pearland TX, and Felecia Smith (James) of Bay City, TX; four uncles: Floyd Williams, Samuel Williams (Edith), Alfred Williams (Janet), Winfred Williams and Delwin Morgan; special cousins/best friend, Anthony Smith Jr. and Larrick Williams; special friend, Kyla; and a host of cousins, family and friends.
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