Christopher DeMicco Obituary, Death – The passing of Christopher DeMicco occurred on July 9th, 2023. At the Rooks Funeral Home in Byron, located at 109 West White Road, a Celebration of Life will be conducted on Saturday, July 15, 2023, beginning at 11:00 AM and continuing until 1:00 PM. Donations in place of flowers can be sent to St. Patrick Catholic Church, which is located at 2410 GA-127 in Kathleen, Georgia 31047. The family thanks you in advance for your generosity. Christopher DeMicco’s parents, Edward and Antoinette, gave birth to him on Long Island, New York. When Chris was a child, his family relocated to South Florida, and that is where Chris has spent the most of his life.
He was one of eight children and spent his childhood in South Florida with his parents and brothers. As a youth, he participated in a wide variety of sports, but his favourites were football and baseball. Aside from that, he was a huge follower of sports and was particularly loyal to the Cowboys, the Dolphins, and the Florida State Seminoles. In 1985, he received his diploma from Miramar High School. Chris made the choice to enter a Catholic seminary after he graduated from high school and received his diploma. He had the aspiration of joining the clergy of the Catholic Church. Chris travelled to and lived in a number of cities and countries throughout his time in the seminary; however, his favourite was Rome, Italy, where he spent nearly two years of his life. Before Chris was ordained as a Catholic priest, he met Mary Cappeller as he was travelling back to the United States from Rome.
Shortly after their meeting, Chris made the decision to leave the seminary so that he may begin a family. On May 20, 2000, Chris wed the woman he loved, Mary, and the couple went on to have three handsome sons: CJ, Tommy, and Charlie. He established his family on the rock of Christ and made it his daily mission to communicate to his children the love that Jesus has for them. Seven years were spent by Chris teaching theology at Cardinal Newman High School in Newman, Kentucky. Following his departure from Cardinal Newman, Chris and his family relocated to Perry, Georgia, where they have been residing continuously since the year 2013. It was only recently that he started working at Buc-ee’s in Warner Robins in the maintenance manager position, but he found that he cherished his time there immensely. Chris was well-liked by his fellow residents of the Perry neighbourhood.