Christopher Limbert

Christopher R. Limbert

Saturday, May 27th, 1995 - Monday, June 8th, 2020
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Christopher Rollin Limbert, age 25, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, June 8th, 2020, at his home in Green Lane, PA.

Born May 27th, 1995 to Scot Limbert and Wendy (Regan) Limbert, Christopher’s mischievous wit and humor perfectly displayed his enthusiasm and love for family and friends throughout his life.

Christopher was educated at Upper Perkiomen High School, graduating in 2013. The very same year on October 27th, Christopher’s dedication to the Boy Scouts of America culminated in the honorable rank as Eagle Scout. His ability to build and maintain a fire in a torrential downpour demonstrated not only his skill, but his perseverance once he set his eyes on a worthy goal.

Christopher was proudly employed by Spear Excavating. He put his heart and soul into everything he cared about; and because of that, Spear gave him the room to grow. They advanced him from a laborer to a foreman in about one year.

Christopher’s passion for life and determination did not end there. His love for his family and friends were undeniable. He felt strongly about family tradition, especially watching the Philadelphia Eagles all together.

He will be remembered always for his dry, though never mean, jokes; his ability to speak to anyone and make them feel comfortable; his impish grin when pulling a prank; and most of all, for his love of his family and his constant desire to bring them together.

Christopher’s memory will be carried on by his father and mother, Scot and Wendy Limbert; his sister and brother in law, Heather and Seth Kennedy; his sister, Colleen Limbert; his brother, Adam Limbert; his nephew and Godson, Everett Kennedy; his paternal grandfather Harry Limbert; his aunt and uncle, Todd and Rita Limbert; his cousins and best friends Zach and Axe Limbert and Alex Ruppert. His death was preceded by his maternal grandparents, James and Joan Regan, and his paternal grandmother, Janet Limbert.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Family and friends will be contacted by immediate family. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made to Tunnels to Towers Foundation at Arrangements are entrusted to Mann-Slonaker Funeral Home, East Greenville, PA. Offer sympathy to the family at
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Dr.Tom Seerveld

Posted at 10:44pm
Wendy & Scot- So sorry to hear of Christopher's passing. It is very difficult for parents to lose a child. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Todd Niemann

Posted at 07:55am
I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Chris. My heart goes out to the Limbert family. I worked with Chris for the 4 years he was in high school. He was one of my smartest and favorite students to work with. I enjoyed our lengthy conversations about school, politics, and life in general. Chris had a strong desire for self improvement. We made such great progress that during his senior year he served as a mentor for a couple of my other students who were struggling. Chris was also extremely funny. There was many a time I would go home and laugh at the things he said and done that I could not do while at school. I still laugh when I remember the time when he got kicked out of Saturday detention but sat in front of camera to show the principal that he actually served his time. I greatly appreciated working with both Wendy and Scot who quite frankly are the best parents I even worked with. I am truly sorry for their loss.

Todd Niemann

Much love, Neal, Anna and Owen

Posted at 02:16pm
Dear Scott and Wendy, Christopher was such a gentle young man with an easy smile and great wit. Words cannot describe how heartbroken we are.
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Sharon Marie Harrigan

Posted at 02:39pm
Wendy & Scott my heart and prayers are with you and Adam. May the many memories of the good and special times with Christopher carry you thru today and the days ahead. Always here for you. Bless and Love you oxoxoxoxo

Debbie Bandura

Posted at 07:15am
Dearest Wendy and Scot,
As we were talking about Christopher, our heartfelt memory was when we would get together as couples and Christopher would come bounding through the door. His face was always full of joy and his smile was contagious! Our hearts were warmed when he would say, "Hi Mr. Steve! and how are you both?" Those years were a blessing and a tribute to you and Scot to see that Christopher grew up to be a charming young man with a twinkle in his eye and quick sense of humor and wit. His love and caring soul for his family and all who came across his path is obvious and is to be cherished. Our thoughts are with you both today and always.
Steve and Debbie

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