Henry Christopher Hammonds

January 29, 1963 - February 6, 2018
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Henry Christopher Hammonds
January 29, 1963 – February 6, 2018

It is with great sadness that the family of Henry Christopher Hammonds, known to family and friends as ‘Chris’, announce his passing on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 in Dallas, TX after a short and aggressive cancer battle. He was a 1980 graduate of Brainerd High School. Chris was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Maggie Hammonds. He will be forever remembered by his daughter, Christy Hammonds of Chattanooga, two sisters, Marjorie Wordlaw (Gary) Baton Rouge, LA and Rachelle Nunez (Jose’) Lawrenceville, GA, one granddaughter, Rickya, two nieces, four nephews, two great-nephews, aunt, Martha Hobbs, Toney, AL., and many cousins, extended family and friends; also friend and ex-wife, Darlene M. Hammonds and his very special soulmate, Gena Brooks, Dallas, TX.
A Celebration of Chris’ life will be held in the spring when his remains will be scattered according to his wishes. Memorial donations in memory of Chris may be made to a cancer organization of your choosing.

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Marjorie Wordlaw
Baton Rouge, LA
Chris, I will love and miss you always.
Courtney Michelle Wordlaw
Baltimore, MD
My dear sweet uncle. Sleep peacefully until we meet again in the new world. Forever my love, Courtney.
DaJuana M Dixon
Owings Mills, MD
Uncle Chris,

I love you and will miss your smile, infectious laugh and humor.
Miguel Nunez
Atlanta, GA
Uncle Chris,

Sleep in peace family. Until we meet again.  Love and miss you!
Elder Henrietta Erskine
Chattanooga, TN
Praying for the entire family that God will continue to comfort, strengthen and keep you like only he can.  His divine promise is to never leave nor forsake us. Chis will always be remembered in our hearts... This family has been a part of my life for many years.
Gena Brooks
Dallas, TX
Chris, I love you and I will forever hold in my heart the memories of our time together.  You’re gone, but never forgot. Rest In Peace.
Christine Carney
Syracuse, NY
First I like to say although I never met Chris in person I feel like I knew him for years . His sister Marjorie always kept us up with what was happening in his life. I knew he loved to cook and loved life. He loved his family and they loved him. His beautiful sisters will always cherish their memories and as for me I will meet him when Jehovah calls and he answers. May our great God give comfort to all the family and friends at this difficult time.
Robin Carr
Chattanooga, TN
You never know why people reach out to you after so many years have gone by, so It's good to have an open heart. Chris FB messenger me just a day before his passing. He said to me he was dying , but that wasn't a bad thing. I encouraged him in the Lord.  His last words to me were, "God's will is my will." Family, be at peace, that's good news.
Tammy Newson
Chattanooga, TN
Chris as I reflect on the times when I saw you, you always had a beautiful smile on your face, and you were always positive.  We never know what God has for us in the future, but one thing we should know is to believe in the Lord, and lean not to our own understanding.  May your family find peace and comfort, and you have made the transition to be in the present of the Lord.  Love you my Dear Friend!!
Sonya G Harrison
Ooltewah, TN
Rest well my friend until Jehovah awakens you from your sleep. Your friend always Sonya G. Harrison
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