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Christopher Stephen Walters

March 6, 2017


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WALTERS, Christopher Stephen 65, of Villa Grande, died suddenly on March 6, 2016 in Santa Rosa due to medical sickness. Chris was raised in Oxford, England, and graduated from Norway Senior School in 1969. In 1981 he moved with his wife and son to Santa Rosa, and later to Villa Grande where he later remarried and has lived since 1991. Devoted to family life and playing music, he spent his days providing love and support to his wife, children, and grandchildren. Chris was a proud, generous, quick witted man who made a friend of everyone he met. He was always telling jokes and making people laugh. His greatest passion in life was playing music. He was an amazing bass player, and played professionally including going on tour in England and other European countries in the late 60s and 70s. He continued playing in bands into 2017. Chris spent many days enjoying his Koi in the sun, and jamming with the band in the evenings. He was extremely happy to become a grandfather and cherished every moment with his grandchildren. Chris is survived by his wife Debra Walters, brother, Robin Walters, nephew Oliver Walters, niece Heidi Walters, brother, Karl (Tracy) Walters, nieces Lucy and Stephanie Walters, son Daniel (Jill) Walters, grandchildren Ava and Blake Walters, step-son Jon (Anna) Bazinet and step-daughter Sharina (Douglass) Latch and their children Jordan, Jaidon, and Katelyn Pace. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday March 21st, at Pleasant Hills Memorial Park in Sebastopol, and a reception is to follow at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts (Veterans Hall) at Ives Park.