Chris Dundas

Obituary of Chris Dundas

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After a lifelong battle with Friedrich’s Ataxia, Christopher Wayne Dundas passed away Saturday, June 22, 2024 with family by his side. His big smile and quirky humour will be greatly missed by his mother Lois Dundas; brother Dallas (Amber); sister Kirsten (Jordan); nieces Ezra and Harley; nephews Jet and Lincoln; along with many dear family and friends. Christopher was predeceased by his father Wayne Dundas; and ever-loyal furry friend Truman Dundas.

Chris grew up in Pense, SK, later the family moved to Regina SK and then to White City.  Always the class clown, Chris may have been in trouble from time to time, but never for very long.  The principal hired him to be a computer aide to the students.  He worked very hard and made lots of friends.

Chris was an avid sports fan. He hosted many football, baseball and mini hockey tournaments with his brother, and best friend, Alanna, with minimal injuries and brawls. Chris loved watching all the games, taking notes on players and collecting the jerseys.  The Dundas family took many vacations while Chris was physically able to do so, such as camping throughout the USA, going to Disneyland, Fairmont B.C., and Georgetown Bethel, including the Hockey Hall of Fame! There was always an adventure with minimal injuries, brawls and trivia pursuit – road edition.

Chris was a music lover, and food connoisseur – Misty Slushies with bacon cheese crackers.

He was an awesome uncle, spoiling the kids with presents and his attention. Always the sharp dresser with a witty word he brought joy and laughter to all those around him.  Despite much pain and many difficulties, Chris loved life, loved people and above all his God, Jehovah.

July 3, 1999 Christopher dedicated his life to his God, Jehovah. He cared for his various responsibilities diligently and with humour.  Chris loved most to share his faith with others - seizing every opportunity – caregivers, nurses, doctors and of course late night witnessing (ask Roy Hale for details). Even without the ability to speak, he had tracts and invitations on his message board. He faithfully attended meetings via Zoom or in person even though it was difficult.  Always sharply dressed with his big smile he loved being with his brothers and sisters, singing praises to Jehovah and participating (with his various accents).

The family is grateful for the support from the Home Care CCA’s, the Palliative Nursing Team, Dr. J.S McMillan, Dr. J Kuzmicz and Dr. R Asiniwasis. Your care, acts of kindness and compassion improved Chris’s quality of life and made caring for him easier.

Despite much pain and many difficulties, Chris loved life, loved people and above all his God, Jehovah.  With his stories, poems and goofy grin he brought joy and laughter to all those around him.  

“Therefore we do not give up, but even if the man we are outside is wasting away, certainly the man we are inside is being renewed from day to day.  While we keep our eyes, not on things seen, but on the things unseen.  For the things seen are temporary, but the things unseen are everlasting.”

                                                                                                                                   1 Cor 4: 16,18

A Memorial Service will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday July 13, 2024 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 2020 Van Egmond Place, Regina SK. For those unable to attend, a livestream may be viewed at Meeting Id: 882 7609 8860  Passcode : 071324


Memorial Service

4:00 pm
Saturday, July 13, 2024
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness
2020 Van Egmond Place
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Chris Dundas

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Chris Dundas

1983 - 2024

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