Christopher Scott Vaval was born on August 31st, 1980 in Queens, New York to Margareth and Jean-Robert, who adored him. He was married to Alexis Vaval, who loved him more than words can express. He left this world, and those who loved him, on Sunday, April 11th, 2022, at the young age of forty-one.
As a kid, Chris loved to play basketball, baseball, stickball, whiffle-ball, and video games with friends, family, neighbors, and classmates. His closest childhood friends were cousins Precilla, Jonathan, Pilar, Hantz and Alex.
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As a young adult, Christopher grew to love films, music, and developed a taste for the finer things in life. During high school he started a part-time DJ business, adopting the moniker Chris NYCE.
After a few semesters of college, he left to enter the working world. His intelligence, social-grace, persistence, and calm demeanor made it easy for him to rise as a professional. For the past eight years Christopher served as a Regional Protection Manager for Lululemon, a company that recognized his contributions and talent.
Chris will be remembered for many things by many people. All however will remember his appreciation of music, great food, a good workout, a good baseball cap, and most of all good people. His great sense of humor, easy-going temperament, and kindness toward all sentient beings will not be forgotten. He had a special love for animals, participating in many rescue efforts, and fostering numerous pets-in-need.
Christopher is survived by his parents, Margareth and Jean-Robert, his former wife, Alexis, aunts, cousins, and siblings. He will be dearly missed by friends, colleagues, his beloved dogs Larissa, Sparky, and his cat Butters.
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