Christopher Michael Talkington

Christopher Michael Talkington, known affectionately as “Little Chris,” passed away on June 30, 2024, in League City, TX, at the age of 22.
Born on January 2, 2002, in Dallas, TX, Chris was a beloved friend, well known in his community, and always had the world’s biggest smile and compassionate spirit.

Chris attended Seabrook Intermediate and later Clear Falls High School before graduating from Clear Lake High in Clear Lake, TX. His entrepreneurial spirit led him to create and operate his own vending machine business, Smack Snacks. Apart from his business, Chris  also worked at 84 Lumber and most recently at IPS Industrial.

Throughout his life, Chris pursued various hobbies with passion. He was an avid basketball player, enjoyed online gaming, motorcycling, and was a creative soul who loved to draw, and write tracks and beats. Known for his love of animals and his desire to learn to cook. Chris was also a devoted motorcycle enthusiast and an emerging grill master.

Chris is survived by a large and loving family, including his grandparents Michael and Martha Talkington; his uncle, Gerald Talkington, his parents, Jennifer Woodruff-Talkington and Chris Talkington, and his step-mother, Teresa Talkington. He also leaves behind his step-sisters, Courtney Coffman and Megan Morgan; his great-aunt Cherryl Phillips; his second cousin, Eric Phillips; great aunt and uncle, Cindy and Denny Becker and cousins, Stephanie and Adam.
Maternal great-grandmother, Peggy Woodruff; maternal grandparents, Wade Woodruff and Becca Blackerby; and step-grandmother, Rebecca Woodruff. He was preceded in death by his great-grandparents Harold and Ona Mae Talkington, Gerald Betz, Mary Betz-Oler, step-great-grandfather Carl Oler, and baby brother, Tristan James Talkington..

A service to celebrate Chris’s life will be held at Crowder Funeral Home, located at 1645 E. Main St. League City, TX 77573, on Tuesday, July 9, 2024. Visitation will begin at 6:00 pm followed by the service from 6:30 pm to 7:15 pm.

Chris left a lasting impact on all who knew him, embodying the belief in Meliorism – The belief that we can contribute to positive change and improve the world through acts of love, creativity, compassion, and kindness. His memory will be cherished and kept alive by the many lives he touched.

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