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 Christopher Tyler Anastopoulos

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Christopher Tyler Anastopoulos

Birth
Wichita Falls, Wichita County, Texas, USA
Death 15 Dec 2018 (aged 24)
Wichita Falls, Wichita County, Texas, USA
Burial Cremated
Memorial ID 197548096 View Source
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Christopher Tyler Anastopoulos, 24, forever our angel passed away at home on December 15, 2018 in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Celebration of Life was held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at First Baptist Church East Sanctuary in Wichita Falls with Rev. Earnest Everman, officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Owens and Brumley Funeral Home of Wichita Falls.
Tyler was born on March 16, 1994 to Christopher and Angie (Deen) Anastopoulos in Wichita Falls. He was self-employed and could do about anything. Tyler was a great father, husband, enjoyed music and was always full of laughter. He never met a stranger, and would help anyone in need. Tyler will greatly be missed by his many family and friends.
Tyler was preceded in death by his dad; his papa, Steve Blakley; and a cousin, Amiya Price.
He is survived by his wife, Alexia; children, Annabella and Ruben Anastopoulos, and Parker Sanchez; parents, Angie and Jason Beavers; siblings, Lexi and Seth Beavers; grandma, Delores Blakley; great-grandma, Juanita Deen; numerous cousins, aunts, uncles; and a host of loved ones.
Brumley Funeral Home Obituaries
Wichita Falls, Texas
December 17, 2018
*During his junior year in high school Tyler was on a panel at the state capital building in Austin to voice his opinion and experiences about corporal punishment(spankings)in schools. He told the panel that the vice principal spanked (paddled) him a couple of times each month. Tyler felt that as a young man he shouldn't be spanked. He noted that on one occasion the bruises and pain were so bad that he had to go to the hospital. There were people who considered Tyler to be the poster child for corporal punishment in Texas. Yet he continued to advocate against spankings in Texas schools. Tyler stood up for what he believed in and felt was unjust.


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