Christopher Zwicker

Christopher Zwicker, passed away suddenly on July 26, 2016.

Regretfully this is to inform you that Dolores (Dottie) Zwicker and Christopher Zwicker, mother and son have passed.

Irish Blessing– Until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand.

Dolores was born in Collingswood, New Jersey on December 26, 1927. Christopher was born in Melbourne Florida on October 21, 1965. The authorities at this time suspect Chris passed of natural causes, possibly pneumonia and Dolores under duress and failing health, passed after finding him. They are survived by Stephen Zwicker, brother and son respectively.

A Celebration of their lives will be held from 5pm-8pm on Thursday, August 4, 2016 at O’Shaugnessy’s, 4557 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to National Stroke Association, 9707 E Easter Ln, Centennial, CO 80112 or online at www.stroke.org.

Chris will remain in his beloved city of Chicago and Dolores will be laid to rest along with her husband Frank in Palm Bay Florida.

 

 

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  1. Chris was one of my most favorite people have ever met and I feel so fortunate to have had in my life. We had so many good laughs in the Air Sea Department. My heart is broken that this has happened to him. God Bless you my friend. May you and your Mom be safe in the loving light of God!

  2. Kathy Van Gundy

    I didn’t know Chris well; he was the Lufthansa representative for our travel agency in Des Moines, Iowa. For the brief time I knew him, I enjoyed his visits, his sense of humor, his professionalism and most importantly, the unfailing support he gave our agency and travelers. His compassion was always what I admired most. My sympathy to the family of both Chris and Dolores. May God’s strength sustain you in the days and years ahead.

    Kathy Van Gundy
    Air Fulfillment Services

    • Richard W. Straub

      Dear Kathy,
      Your condolence message was really sweet. Chris was a good friend as well as a colleague. It’s nice to know there are so many others who also keep him in their thoughts.
      I’m sending you my best wishes.
      Richard Straub

  3. May the road rise to meet you.
    May the wind be always at your back.
    May the sunshine warm upon your face.
    May the rains fall upon your fields.
    And until we meet again,
    May god hold you in the hollow of his hand.

  4. Chris was one of the nicest people I have ever met and a consummate professional. He always there to support our agency with quick responses and solutions. I will certainly miss his visits. May he & his mother find peace in the loving arms of God. My deepest sympathy to the family and may the happy memories help you through this difficult time.

  5. I worked with Chris for a few years at Lufthansa and enjoyed his sweet, easy-going personality. “Nice” isn’t sufficient to capture his essence as a colleague and a team member. Sending all who loved Chris love and light.

  6. Chris was a wonderful colleague and friend. His passion for life, and care towards his friends was special.
    My condolences to his family on their loss of Chris and Dolores.

  7. Chris was a great friend with a wicked sense of humor. The care he gave his mom went above and beyond and he should be remembered for his loyalty and devotion. Chris was fun and hardworking. It’s so sad that he died so suddenly, way too young with so much still ahead of him. Rest in peace Chris, you will be missed. Hope heaven had a cold one waiting for you!!

  8. Demetri Sboukis

    Chris will be missed by everyone at Cosmopolitan Travel. We all knew his smile and kind heart and we all remember the great times we had at Christmas Parties and other events. That goes for both our staff in Detroit and Chicago.
    Our deepest sympathy to the family for the tragic loss. May God rest his and her souls.

  9. Stephanie Orphanos

    Chris was a kind, gentle and funny man, which also made him a great colleague. My deepest sympathies to his friends and family for his passing, and his mother’s. May they rest in peace.

  10. Chris was a fantastic person and became a very good and close personal friend, he was always there and had the funniest things to say always to make people feel better.
    We will miss you at C&H Chicago but we will never forget you!

  11. We are deeply saddened by the passing of Chris and Dottie. We appreciate all the support from friends, associates and officials during this very difficult time. We seek to honor them with respect and love in service in Chicago. We welcome stories of love and remembrance at the wake on Thursday. Pamela with Steve Zwicker

  12. Dineke and Javed Sheikh

    Chris was a great former SWISS colleague and wonderful friend, with a fabulous sense of humor and quick wit.
    His loyalty towards his friends, together with the care he took of his mother Dolores, was greatly admired by those who knew him well.
    He left this earth too early and we will miss him very much.
    Dineke and Javed

  13. William McCluskey

    I worked with Chris in Sales at Swiss International Airlines. He was an outstanding employee who was admired, respected, and liked by both his clients and colleagues. He was also as kind and generous a man as I have ever known, and his love and devotion to his mother was simply remarkable. It was my good fortune to know Chris for this brief time, and he will be missed. I wish you and your mom the greatest peace my friend. Rest in Peace.

  14. Chris was a former RCCL colleague and a very personal friend, he
    was smart, funny, caring and most of all a great son! He loved to
    travel and I would enjoy listening to all his stories. Chris we will miss you! My deepest sympathy to his family! I will never forget you!

    Mary Ann

    P.S. Chicago was on my list!

  15. Chris was great person to work with and always had smile on his face. The Care and devotion he gave to his mom(24 hrs) was very special. I just can’t believe he left us like a lighting. We will miss him very much at Skybird Travel.
    My Deepest sympathy to the family for the tragic loss.

    Umesh Patel
    Skybird Travel

  16. Diana Rietveld-Rockler

    I had the pleasure of working with Chris at SWISS.
    His kindness, dedication and loyalty were exceptional. He was an amazing colleague, with a great sense of humor. He will be sorely missed, and never forgotten.

  17. Chris will be greatly missed for his lovely sense of humor and kindness. What fun we all had at Site Classic at the “Airline” friends table! My deepest sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues for this tragic loss.

  18. Steve and Pamela, I am so very sorry for your loss.
    My prayers are with your family..

  19. Margreth Trümpi

    I met Chris as part of my work many moons ago. He was a fine colleague. His kindness and gentle way was always so appreciated. We had many laughs, and often we just smiled at things we knew that could not be changed. I am glad that I knew him and will cherish his memory.
    My deepest sympathy to the family for your loss.

  20. I met “auntie” Dottie through my mom Jenn when I was an infant and stayed with her when I was about 13, she always made us lion pancakes and treated my brother and I like grandchildren.
    I met Chris when I visited her last. He helped me through difficult times, even if he was telling me to be myself, the encouragement he gave me lives on to this day. He encouraged me to travel and live life. I deeply cherish the brief time I got to know him.
    I am so sorry to everyone in the family. My thoughts are with all of you with this sudden loss.
    Laura & Steven W

  21. So sorry to hear about Chris and Mrs. Zwicker. The Zwickers were wonderful people, very hospitable, very nice.

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