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Christopher Douglas Lilly
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Birth: Sep. 18, 1983
Phoenix
Maricopa County
Arizona, USA
Death: Mar. 12, 2009
Ocala
Marion County
Florida, USA

Ocoee - Christopher Douglas Lilly, 25, of Ocoee, died Thursday, March 12, 2009 in Ocala. He was born in Phoenix, AZ on September 18, 1983, the son of Douglas and Susan (McGavic) Lilly. He was a member and player in National Wheelchair Basketball Association for 13 years, and was longtime sponsor and player of Orlando Magic Wheels. Christopher is survived by his father, Douglas Lilly; his mother, Susan Rambo; a half brother, Stephen Rambo; a half sister, Stephanie Rambo; grandparents Gene and Phyllis Lilly and William McGavic; great-grandparents, Vernon Couch and Alice Lilly, as well as many other close family and friends. Services were held on Monday, March 16, in Ocala. Burial will be on Wednesday, March 18, in West Lawn Cemetery, Hagerstown, IN. Culberson Funeral Home, Hagerstown, is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorials should be made to Orlando Wheelchair Games, 8426 Island Palm Circle, Orlando, FL 32835.

Published in the Ocala Star-Banner from 3/20/2009 - 3/21/2009 
 
Burial:
West Lawn Cemetery
Hagerstown
Wayne County
Indiana, USA
 
Created by: No Guts, No Glory
Record added: Mar 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35022959
Christopher Douglas Lilly
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