July 11, 1987 ~ December 4, 2017

Born in: Denver, CO
Resided in: Duluth, GA

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  1. To the family,

    My deepest condolences on the loss of your loved one. Please find the need comfort in the promises God makes at Revelation 21:4 and John 5:28,29 where he will soon do away with all sickness and death and reunite you with your loved one. May you also continue to cherish the memories you shared together as they too can be a source of comfort.

  2. No words can express my pain and heartache for this young man that became my barber, my brother, and someone I considered a true friend about 5yrs ago. I just would like to say to the family, to the friends, and to Chris’s kids, he was a good dude and really loved each and everyone of you all. I just moved to Fort Lauderdale from Gwinnett and just 3 weeks ago, his last words to me was, now I got somewhere to go me and the kids could visit.

  3. I was blessed to spend his last years with him. I watched him grow from a boy to a man that wanted to provide for his family. He was very talented! And put a smile on everyone’s face that he came in contact with. RIP Chris and don’t worry I got your kids ❤️

  4. I met Chris when he was only 13yrs old. He has always been such a happy guy. To hear of his passing still shocks me. I loved his positive spirit, his motivation to everyone around him, his laugh, his jokes, his rants about the Broncos, etc. He always wanted to be around his family. He wanted everyone to come over, cook fish or chicken wings or even full coarse meals with Jerica and just fellowship. I loved to see him interact with his children. WHAT A PHENOMENAL FATHER!!!. I loved to hear him call Jerica “Woowie’s Mom, and she would respond “What …Woowie’s dad”. He was such a hard worker for his family and did whatever it took to provide for them. Chris, all I can say is this is one VOID no one can fill. You were definitely, ONE OF A KIND. I love and miss you but I know you are looking from up above. RIH Nephew

  5. I am a friend of Stephanie Shavers. I grew up with Stephanie, Darnell, Schalanda and Carmen. I am very sad to hear of the death of Schalandas son Christopher. I pray for the whole family that God will comfort them all in their time of sorrow. Love sent to you all.

  6. I am Christopher’s “grandmommy” that’s what he always lovingly called. I was there when came into this world,I watched him grown into this wonderful man and father to Peyton and Denver. The love of his life Jerica, he was always an upstanding good man with this huge heart. I am crushed. He will be sorely missed by all.

  7. CandleImageDecember 4th will never be a day that I would forget, February 8th 2007 I will always remember as well. That’s the day I met my brother Chris! AKA SHOWDOWN. We were co-workers at IHOP and that day was orientation day for us. He was sitting at a separate table with 2 other people and I don’t know what made him call me over there with him but I’m sure glad he did because that was the day we became inseparable. On that day he became my best friend, my brother, my right hand man, the rest is history. If you knew of Chris, you knew of me! He had my back and I had his. After, a couple weeks went by after meeting Chris, we no longer had a friendship we developed a brother hood that never once was broken, his mom became my mom and his sisters became my sisters, he always loyal to me always been there for my kids and family. He wasn’t perfect but he was my brother and we went through so many good and bad times together it became natural for us to know what to do and how to help one another in the time of need. My heart is still torn to this day about waking up to 30-40 missed calls about the tragic news of him passing, it broke me down physically and mentally things hasn’t been the same every since then. I don’t have chris to call on anymore and it hurts. I will never go a day without thinking about you Chris keep watching over me from the stars above brother until we meet again. One love! SHOWCASE AND SHOWDOWN

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