Christopher Long Obituary, Death – Christopher Scott Long, also known as “Chris,” passed away on January 6, 2022 at the UPMC Community Osteopathic Hospital in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He was 42 years old. Christopher Scott Long was also known as “Chris.” On January 8, 1979, in the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, his parents, David L. Long, Sr. and Karen T. (Daly) Long, announced the arrival of their son into the world.
Chris attended Bishop McDevitt, which is located in Harrisburg, for his high school education. He was a partner in a carpentry business and assisted in the management of it. Chris was a member of the St. Catherine Laboure Church in the city of Harrisburg, and he often attended services there. In addition to this, he was a proud lifelong member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), a member of the Middletown Hunters and Anglers, and a member of the Boneshire Brew Works Mug Club in Harrisburg. All of these organizations are located in Pennsylvania.
Chris enjoyed spending his free time building guns, following the Nebraska Cornhuskers on the football field, and taking his wife, Kristie, on trips to various historic sites across the United States. His loved ones and acquaintances remembered him as an enthusiastic student of history who also had a sweet spot in his heart for the company of cats. Chris is the kind of person that would assist anyone at any time, no matter the circumstance. He had an undying love for his wife, his children, and every one of his other friends and acquaintances. Our affection for him will last till the end of time, and we will take a piece of his spirit with us everywhere we go.
Everyone who had the good fortune to have known and loved him will be poorer as a result of his passing because his presence will no longer be there. He is survived by his devoted wife of six years, Kristie Marie (Shunnara) Long; six brothers, David Long, Jr., and his wife Rebecca, Thomas Long and his wife Julie, Brian Long and his wife Cindy, Jason Long and his wife Deanna, Nicholas Long and Matthew Long; one sister, Julie Payea and her husband Ken of Standish, Michigan; several nieces and nephews who knew him as “Uncle Cookie”; goddaughter, Jenna Long; and several other relatives