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Christopher W. JenkinsSeptember 8, 2017
On September the 8, 2017 Christopher William Jenkins age 34 of Germantown Maryland Passed away. He was the loving son of William D. Jenkins and Nancy Lee Jenkins. Brother of Charles D. Jenkins, brother-in-law of Jeannie Pettit, uncle of Charles and Aroura Carlson/Jenkins. Chris was a cherished and loving member of the Lee and Buchanan Families, and leaves behind many nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. Everyone who knew Christopher realized that he indeed was a special kind, loving and beautiful person.
Christopher was a very intelligent and talented young man whom had so much to offer to this world. His talents were offered in his love of music, and in particular his singing. He made several albums and one in particular was a great success (Shock Holliday- Paper Weapons). His talent also carried into the culinary field in which he could recreate recipes from anywhere. He was a member of ACE (American Coaster Enthusiast) in which he had a great passion for. He also served in the Army until he had to drop out for medical issues. Christopher attended Washington Institute for the Arts for both culinary and engineering. Christopher was very avid about his Christian Faith and was a member of both Trinity United Methodist and The Church of the Redeemer in Gaithersburg.
In remembrance of Christopher and in lieu of Flowers please make donations to: Great Compassion Ministries, P.O. Box 1533,Washington Grove Md. 20880E-Mail: email@example.com
Services for Christopher will be held Wednesday the 13th at 11:00 am. At: Trinity United Methodist Church, 13700 Schaeffer Rd., Germantown Md. 20874. A wake for Christopher will be held afterwards at Jeannie and Douglas’s Home to be announced at services.
Online condolences may be shared with the family at molesworthwilliams.com