Kenneth Christman, II
Kenneth Christman, II

Obituary of Kenneth R. Christman, II

Kenneth Robert Christman, II transitioned to his new residence, Heaven, on May 8, 2022. He was a loving son to Celita Pope-Christman and Kenneth R. Christman, Sr. From childhood, Kenneth was affectionately called “Boots” following the untimely passing of his Aunt Bootsy. In later years, Kenneth adopted an additional nickname and asked to be referred to as “KC”. At St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, he received the sacraments of baptism, the eucharist, and confirmation. Kenneth attended St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School and is a member of Pope John II Preparatory High School’s first graduating class. He is an alumnus of the University of Tennessee Knoxville. “Boots” had a special bond with his mother. He was her traveling companion, but most importantly, her confidant and staunch supporter. “KC” had the gift of holding thought provoking and intriguing conversations with anyone who chose to do so. Kenneth was business savvy and invested in cryptocurrency and other related trades, He had passion and compassion for mankind and treated all with deliberate respect. Kenneth was unquestionably, a committed worker at R&R Liquor Store and Market for many years. While there, he consistently seized the opportunity to exchange insights with co-workers and customers, offer a friendly smile, and render quality service. He thoroughly enjoyed playing video games, observing nature, watching sports, and spending leisure time with his father and best friend, who he called “Pops”. He was an ardent Ravens’ fan and as a result chose purple as his favorite color. “KC” loved the Lord and professed God’s only begotten son, Jesus Christ, as his personal Savior and the only way, the truth and the life. Yes, he has a new address! Kenneth is preceded in death by John R. Christman and Mildred J. Christman (paternal grandparents), Eric Johnson (paternal brother), Clarence M. Pope, II (maternal grandfather), Clarence M. Pope, III (maternal uncle), Rupert A. Brown (maternal uncle), and Alicia and Panchitta Pope (maternal aunts), In addition to his parents (Celita and Kenneth), left to cherish his most precious memories are Keith L. Christman (brother), Norma Wileeta Pope (maternal grandmother), Franchot A. Brown (maternal uncle), Michael J. Christman, Sr. (paternal uncle) and Patricia Christman [Cedric] Bailey (paternal aunt and uncle), a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, extended family, friends, and R&R employees. WHEN I SAY I LOVE YOU MORE; I DON’T MEAN I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU LOVE ME. I MEAN I LOVE YOU MORE THAN THE BAD DAYS AHEAD OF US. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN ANY FIGHT WE WILL EVER HAVE. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN ANY DISTANCE THAT COULD TRY AND COME BETWEEN US. I love you the most! The service will be live streamed via Facebook at Lewis-Wright FD.
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Sunday
15
May

Public Walk Through

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Sunday, May 15, 2022
Robert E. Lewis Memorial Chapel
2500 Clarksville Pike
Nashville , Tennessee, United States
MASK must be worn at all times.
Monday
16
May

Family Visitation

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Monday, May 16, 2022
St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church
1700 Heiman Street
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
MASK must be worn at all times.
Monday
16
May

Funeral Mass

11:00 am
Monday, May 16, 2022
St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church
1700 Heiman Street
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
MASK must be worn at all times
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