Christopher John Gutierrez passed away on Tuesday, January 10th at the age of 43. Beloved son of Richard and Mary Gutierrez. He has joined his grandmothers Margaret Sobush and Estelle Ramos in heaven.
Christopher worked at the VA Hospital with donations and volunteers. He had a passion for his favorite sport teams the Dallas Cowboys, Milwaukee Bucks and Milwaukee Brewers. He had a strong sense of family and will be dearly missed.
Christopher is survived by parents Richard and Mary; sister Bridget Laack; brother Don Sobush; nieces Brittany and Ashli; and nephew Aaron.
A Memorial Visitation will be held on Friday, January 27, 2023 from 12:00pm-2:00pm at HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME 3801 S. Howell Ave. with a service to follow at 2:00pm.
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I have known Christopher since he was a year old..I was blessed to be part of their Family,as a Friend,I have seen many things that Christopher has been threw..He was an inspiration to many People.He fought so hard to be the Man he was,never giving up.What I will Miss most about him is how he loved to pick on me,that was a given.I will always remember him with a kind heart.He is at peace now.God has made him an Angel.No more suffering..Till we meet again.You will be missed.I love You.Beverly
I am so grateful to Chris for all the help and respect he showed me whenever I would come to our VA volunteer office. His kind presence will be missed.
His kindness lives on in my heart.
Chris was always ready with a smile and an answer to my questions I will miss passing by and not seeing him at his desk.
God bless and RIP Christopher.
My condolences to the entire family, you all will be in my prayers. His smile and determination will be missed. – A fellow VA employee
I have known Chris for many years at work and will always remember how kind and funny he was. My deepest sympathies to his friends family. He will be greatly missed.
I could always hear his smile through our phone conversations
He touched our lives and so many others. No words could fully express my sorrow. I am so deeply sorry for you loss.
May his family be at peace. My sincerest sympathies.
Praying for the family during your time of mourning. While working at the VAMC , when I first met Chris years ago all I saw was ” nice, peaceful and caring man”
i met Chris quite a few times when I worked at the Hoptel at the VA and we coordinated a lot of things with the Volunteer Services department. He was always so nice and pleasant, he truly enjoyed making the veterans feel appreciated. When the Cowboys win the Super Bowl this season, it’ll be for him.
You will be missed here at the VA. Praying for peace and comfort during this time of grieving for your family and friends.
He always had a smile for everyone, Gave time and his knowledge to others.
He helped our VA simulation program obtain resources from volunteer services and be creative when creativity mattered.
My condolences and prayers go out to his family. Chris was a “Good Dude”…I work over at the Milwaukee Vet Center and when I would come to the hospital and stop at Volunteer Dept., Chris would be the first person I would see. He was always helpful and pretty much got me whatever I asked for to give to the Veterans. He will truly and surely be missed.
Chris was always so nice and helpful. He always asked about my family every time he saw me. Chris was a man with a big heart and he will be truly missed.. Sorry to his family for the loss but thank you for sharing Chris with us…. He will NEVER be forgotten…
Always ready to help, his service to veterans will be missed. Thank you. Peace
Great guy! Always helpful at the Volunteer Office!
He will be missed
My time with Chris were always good encounters. This sudden loss to the family and to our Va Vounteers have made my heart cry for he was a very good person to all who spoke to him over the years. I enjoyed his knowledge and his ways of thinking though he was a quiet guy at times with lots on his mind. With deepest condolences for Chris and his family I am truly sorry for your loss. May he rest in Peace as he now sits at the right hand of our creator. In his name, Amen Slow Hand Salute
Great guy! I called down one day to get some things for a veteran, we chatted about how crazy the day had been and I mentioned I really needed coffee. Told him I would grab the items when I got my coffee. Ended up getting too busy on the floor, so that afternoon I called and told him I was sending down our aide to get it, he asked if I ever got my coffee and I said no! So we joked a bit about that. When the aide came back to the floor with the items, Chris had sent a K-cup for me with a not saying he hoped it helped my day get better! It put the biggest smile on my face, so unexpected. He was always so friendly and helpful. He will be missed!!!! I was heartbroken to see this, prayers to all his family and friends. RIP Chris.