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November 6, 1967 ~ February 2, 2023 (age 55) 55 Years Old
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Christopher E. "Chris" Asaro, 55, of Cropwell, AL went to be with the Lord on February 2, 2023 after a two year battle with cancer. He passed away peacefully in his home with his wife by his side.
Chris was born on November 6,1967 in Charleston, SC to James and Joyce Asaro who preceded him in death.
In 1987, after three years of dating, he married his forever love, Amy Brown at Robinwood Baptist Church. They spent the next thirty-five years creating a family and building a life together.
Chris was a hard working, dependable man who loved God, his family, and his country. He treated his friends and co-workers as extended family and could always be counted on if you needed him.
He was a truck driver for nearly thirty years, with fifteen of those as an employee of the St Clair County Farmer's Co-Op in Pell City. He served his country honorably for over six years as a member of the 167th FSC with the Army National Guard.
He is survived by his wife of thirty-five years, Amy Asaro; four children, Joseph (Nickie) Asaro, Amanda (Caleb) Abbott, Joshua (Kaitlyn) Asaro, and Bethany (Kenny) Asaro; nine grandchildren, Ian, CJ, Kaidence, Leanna, Sawyer, Luca, Roman, Kiera, and Paige; one brother, David Asaro, and a host of many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Special thanks to Karen Leopard at Lakeside Hospice, Lauren (Jason) Smith, Chris Duke, Robert Golden, and Amy Milliron of the Co-Op; and all the employees of the Co-Op, AFC, and the congregation of Mt. Zion Freewill Baptist Church.