Christopher James Kingman of Harrisonville, Missouri departed this life Saturday September 14, 2013 in a tragic motorcycle accident near Warsaw Missouri.
He was born of Karen Kenagy and Mike Kingman on March 10, 1975. Chris graduated from Ruskin High School in 1993 and always talked about his Ruskin class mates, friends, and the good times he had there. Chris is survived by his wife Randi Kingman; his three precious daughters, Britney Kingman, Kylee Kingman, and Mariah Kingman; his mother, Karen Kenagy, Archie, Missouri; his father, Mike Kingman, Roanoke, North Carolina; two step-brothers, Jeremi Kenagy and Jason Kenagy; a step-sister, Demi Kenagy; other relatives and many friends.
Chris was a devoted softball player who loved playing ball in tournaments, shooting guns, working on cars, helping friends, and making people smile and laugh. Chris was always willing to stop what he was doing for a friend in need, and would do everything he could to help someone. Chris was known as a great electrician and could do anything and all construction related.
Chris was a caring, thoughtful, and resourceful man who was always talking about his family and his 3 beautiful daughters. He had a fun personality that was full of quick witted, funny one-liners that could bring a smile to anyone’s face. Chris always had a funny saying, joke, or a quote to lighten up the day. He had a keen ability to make people laugh and always had a quick response for something said. Back in school he was considered the class clown and was known for sharp sense of humor.
Funeral services were held Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, Missouri.
The family suggest that memorial contributions may made to the Chris Kingman memorial fund.