Life Story / Obituary
With deepest sorrow we announce Christopher Andrew Kuieck beloved Son, Brother, Dad, Grand Dad, Friend and Husband suddenly passed May 5th 2020. We hold him close within us. He leaves behind heartbroken Children, Parents, Brothers, Uncles, Aunts, Spouse, and Friends. Truly, most in this world do not struggle with addiction, but this multi-talented man did. He took up a room when he entered it. He was “smarter than the average bear!” Christopher was a story teller, a hard working tradesman, trusted IT supervisor and all you would have to say is Chris, I need your help, and he would move heaven and earth to do that. Chris in the last 2 years worked hard on himself, and spent hours weekly on the relationship with his kids, and parents. He even mastered hot yoga with his daughter, and went to movies, dinner, family night, and played games with his son. He was a member of the Alano Club of Kent County, he lost sight of that sobriety during the COVID19 quarantine. His loss will also take up the room as his presence did. His loss will be felt in all of our hearts forever.
"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference."
Celebration of life service will be planned at a later date due to current COVID19 quarantine circumstances and limitations.