Christopher A. Fletcher

Christopher A. Fletcher

Christopher A. Fletcher, 61, of Arnold, MO, and formerly of Mascoutah, IL, died Sunday, Dec. 20th at his home after a short illness.

Chris was born on October 11, 1959 in San Antonio, Texas to Patricia and James Fletcher.

Chris was an assistant manager at FedEx-Kinkos in St. Louis, MO.  He was also a veteran of the USAF.

Chris was an avid fan of baseball and could regularly be found at Busch Stadium cheering on the St. Louis Cardinals.  He was also a lover of music and marched with the Belleville Black Knights between 1975-1977 before leaving for the USAF where he trained as a military police officer.  While stationed in Colorado Springs, Chris was also a volunteer fire fighter.

Chris is survived by his loving wife, Cynthia of Arnold, MO; his daughter, Jean Jacques (Dustin); his two sons Josiah (Kelly) and Caleb; his parents, James and Patricia Fletcher; his siblings Michele Schaefer (Tom), Kevin Fletcher, Colleen Cartmill (Ken), and Laura Barry (Shawn); and many nieces and nephews.

Chris was preceded in death by his grandmother Lillian Reilley, who was a large presence during his childhood.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to a charity of choice.

4 Comments

  1. Anonymous on July 20, 2021 at 8:03 pm

    How did I miss this announcement? Cynthia I am so sorry to just hearing about Christopher’s passing. He was such a sweet man, and was always a good friend to me. Praying for you and all his family members. God bless you,
    Love, Monica Morrison Ordoukhanian

  2. Anonymous on December 28, 2020 at 3:38 pm

    Dear Cynthia and Family, Nico and I are so sorry for your loss! Chris was a wonderful godly man. Nico and I have fond memories of his kindness and extravagant worship! Our prayers go out to you.

  3. Anonymous on December 25, 2020 at 9:35 pm

    Chris was always kind to me and a caring Uncle to my son. No matter what was going on, he showed love in action. On the morning before my wedding (June’18) he helped my husband set up the bar and more at the reception venue; a big chore he made lighter. I will always remember Chris’ nature of being there for others, which he did with grace. – Charity Holliday.

  4. Anonymous on December 24, 2020 at 8:01 am

    My condolences to the Fletcher family. May the Lord Jesus give you His wonderful peace at this time. I always considered Chris a loving and kind person. Early in our lives, we had some good times together. He will be remembered.

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