Pettigrew, Christopher Michael

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Christopher Pettigrew lost his battle with cancer on April 10, 2015.

The son of James and Ruth Pettigrew, Christopher was born in New York city on April 22, 1954.  He attended Bishop Dunn High School in Dallas, Texas.  He was known for his art and acting abilities and participated in many high school plays.   He assisted in set decoration, make-up and show program art.   He attended North Texas State Universary in Denton, Texas and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC.  He performed in many off broadway shows and did comedy and singing revues in clubs and theaters.

Christopher is survived by his parents, James and Ruth Pettigrew, Siblings – Caroline Pettigrew-Vela, Valerie Pettigrew, Jamie Pettigrew, brother-In-Law, Rick Vela, his beloved dog, Sampson and many friends.

Memorial Service for Christopher will be held: May 2, 2015 at 2:00 pm in the afternoon. Location – SGI-USA center / SGI-USA Dallas Buddhist Center (Soka Gakkai International – USA) Address / 13608 Midway Rd Suite 104 Dallas TX 75244 (Front door is on Alpha)

Mimi Utsumi (Contact person) Office – 214-599-4115 Cell – 817-789-8077

Please send the family condolences and/or share memories on this website.

4 replies on “Pettigrew, Christopher Michael”

pamela tuley gann says:

Caroline I am sorry for your loss

Lisa Quintana says:

My prayers are with Christopher’s family. May Christopher rest in peace and may his family find peace in their many wonderful memories of Christopher.

Ralph DeFeo says:

My dear friend, no more suffering.My thoughts of peace and fond memories to your family. It was a pleasure and honor to work with you at the Doubletree.
Ralph and Cheryl

Charles Moniz says:

My deepest sympathies go out to Christopher’s family. Christopher and I were very close when we attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts together and shared some wonderful exciting times during those years in New York. I am so glad to have reconnected with him over the past few years and just a few weeks ago shared over an hours of laughs on the phone. He always had time for a laugh and with a smile is how I will always remember him.

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