Date of Death: April 15, 2020

Service Details

Cremation has taken place and interment will be held on a later date at Fort Custer National Cemetery.

Obituary Notice

Christopher M. Huston, age 54, of Three Rivers, MI passed away Wednesday, April 15, 2020 after a brief illness. He was born on June 28, 1965 in LaGrange, Indiana the son of David and Ann (Boyd) Huston.

Chris graduated from Mendon High School and proudly served 8 years in the US Navy as an avionics technician before embarking on a professional IT career. He enjoyed cooking, reading, science and technology in all its forms.

He was preceded in passing by his parents.

Left to cherish Christopher’s loving memory are his siblings, Robin Huston (Rich Pacic), Leslie (Mike) Spraggins, Patty (Andy) Hulon, John and Michael Huston.

Additional Information

Memorials made in Christopher’s memory may be directed to the American Cancer Society. Envelopes are available and can be sent to Hohner Funeral Home.

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10 Comments

  1. So sorry for your loss! Chris is the last person I saw and talked with in person after your mom passed. I think of you all and the times our families spent together in Mendon. I love you all and wish only the best for you.

    • My love and sympathy to John, Leslie, Robin, Mike, Patty and the rest of Chris’s family. Chris was my first love, we were literally born a day apart and the day we met, he had just turned 15. I have so many wonderful memories of him! We had a relationship that was on and off again for over 30 years. His nickname “Hueby” was what I often called him 😊 although his class ring was inscribed “Huey.” As crazy as it is, I still have that ring. I pray he’s in a beautiful place and that he knows how much he was loved❣

  2. Chris and his siblings were childhood friends of my family, We have many fond memories of Chris and our explorations together, Overnight camping in the woods. playing baseball. riding dirt bikes or just hanging out. Chris liked to explore the woods and fields around our home looking for Native American artifacts. We had so much fun just doing what kids did back in the 70’s. Later in life. we were always proud of Chris and his Service to our Country and his continuation of exploring the world with his Navy career, All tho our lives grew apart and we lost touch, Chris will forever be a part of our extended family. Rest in Peace my friend you will not be forgotten. To Chris’ family. We offer prayers and condolences and hope you find peace in knowing Chris is with our Lord.

    • All thou I have not seen Chris for alot of years he was always in my thoughts.
      Thanks for all the great childhood memories that you made for me.
      My thoughts and prayers to the Houston family.
      Paul Martin

      • Chris was one of a kind! Quiet, yet very out-going. Very smart, but no need to be a book worm. After going back and reading all the Facebook messages, I was reminded of his true character, that he was a straight arrow. Rest in Peace, Chris. One GREAT guy from school that ALWAYS had kindness to offer to all who accepted. I will ALWAYS remember! 💜

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