Life Story for Cristopher Sharps
Cristopher Ray Sharps, born February 27, 1987, went to be with our Lord and Savior December 26, 2017. Cristopher is survived by his mother Debra Milton Spatafore, his sister’s Nalani Roberts, Natacia (Roberts) Schirmeister, and Alexis Roberts; his grandparents Raymond and Milly Milton. Cristopher is further survived by his extended family which includes his Step-Dad, Chuck Spatafore, and step-brother Steven Spatafore and step-sister Ashley Spatafore Williams. Cristopher was additionally survived by his Father, Jeffrey Allan Sharps and two additional siblings, Jeffrey Sharps Jr. and Amanda Sharps.
Cristopher lived in the Antelope Valley his entire life. Through those years he blessed many lives with his kind heart, selflessness, quick wit, and orneriness; Cris always brought smiles and laughter to the many hearts he touched.
From an early age, Cristopher learned about working on automobiles and motorcycles, working with his Granddad, Ray Milton. He also learned about building a variety of things from his Grandad (Ray Milton); the two of them could always be found tinkering with things around the house and garage.
Cris had such a love for life, for animals, outdoors, off roading, motorcycle riding, adventures and anything technical. Cristopher enjoyed building or working on computers and fixing anything that was technology based. Cristopher enjoyed theme parks, movies, bonfires. But more than anything, he loved being around family and friends.
Cris, a.k.a. Crash, embraced his life with full determination to be able to do anything and everything. Cris knew that once he figured it out and put his mind to it, he would conquer and accomplish it. Cristopher attended and graduated from Quartz Hill High School, attended UTI, and AVC.
There are no words that can describe how amazing this young man is. Cris made sure to live the “dash” to the fullest. To the son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin. You are forever with us and will forever be in our hearts. This is not goodbye, as we will see you later. We love you most.