In Memory

Christopher L Pennington

Date Deceased: nov-2006
Age at Death: 46
Cause of Death: work related accident

Chris left behind his wife Allison, and their children Kristen and Kyle.

Siblings:  Kim, Jay and  Mary Kay.


Chris L. Pennington, 46, of North Las Vegas, died Nov. 1, 2006. He was a truck driver for a drainage company. He is survived by his daughter, Kristen; and son, Kyle, both of North Las Vegas. Services will be private. Donations can be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Published November 05, 2006 in the Las Vegas Review Journal.

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04/30/09 12:59 AM #1    

Aaron Bernard Neely

One of my best friends, you could always count on Chris, If he said he would be there he would, so many memorys, we played football in his front yard, and homerun derby by jim scullins house on grayton rd, we were together all the time, missed him when i hadn't seen him, miss him even more now. the best was playing baseball by the bus garage, it was our own green monster, it was shaped to be a baseball field, the good times. I think we played berea kids vs brookpark kids.

05/06/09 12:53 AM #2    

Elizabeth Blagg

I remember Chris from Riveredge Elem. He was a lot of fun. Bernard told me of Chris' death. I'm so sorry.

06/02/09 05:34 PM #3    

Timothy J Faska

A Great GUY! I would have liked to have swapped stories and joked around with him in our middle age.

08/23/09 06:19 PM #4    

Jim Scullen

Wow, What a shock, I just learned about this when I came to this page. Chris and I grew up together on Grayton road. We did just about everything together from playing just about all sports and listening to music and chasing chicks {notice I said chasing and not catching LOL}. My Favorite Memory of chris is going over to Chris's house and listening to Cheach and Chongs Big Bambooy Album we Laughed our buts off. later in life we both worked together in the auto parts business together. So it is hard to look back on my life growing up without thinking of Chris Pennington

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