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Christian Iverson

Born: Fri., Mar. 13, 1953
Died: Sat., Jan. 16, 2021

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On Saturday, January 16th, 2021, Christian Scott Iverson Sr, loving brother, cousin, uncle, nephew, father, and grandfather, passed away at the age of 67 from Covid 19 at UPMC Hamot Hospital Erie Pa. Chris was born on March 13, 1953 in Rabat, Morocco to Mother Meriem Chetrit of Africa and Father Donald Iverson who served in the Navy from Washington State. Being a US citizen by birth due to his American father he joined the United States Marine Corps May 15,1972 directly from Morocco expanding on the English language and having served honorably during his tour. In the process of coming to America he learned how to speak English fluently and completed high school. He has been a longtime resident of Warren County Pennsylvania where he worked at Deluxe Industry till their closing and then at the United Refinery as a technician shortly after. Chris took pride in hard working, gardening and was an avid fishermen. He enjoyed spending time with his family and close friends, helping others in need no matter the inconvenience it may have caused himself. A love for nature, drawing pictures for others to enjoy, playing card games with family and friends, and a love for his grandsons; Aidan, Ethan, and Evan. He enjoyed solving strategy questions to keep his mind sharp, an avid love for music, and his love of working on automobiles. He will be loved and missed by his family and friends.

The McKinney Funeral home will be attending to his final wishes. Out of his request and respect there will be no service or funeral held but to anyone wanting to offer a donation one can choose the Allegheny National Forest, any local businesses struggling to stay open, and/or anyone in need during this difficult time.

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   Posted Wed January 20, 2021
Chris was a great,compassionate and loving friend whom I will always be thankful to have known,worked with,fish and hunted with. His struggles thru life never hindered his most giving,compassionate personality. I loved him as a brother and will truly miss his smiling face. Chris was a true blessing to me and my family. My condolences to his family.

Gregory Reaves
   Posted Sun February 07, 2021
I am shocked and saddened by the news of Mr. Iverson's passing. I only met him in 2015. He was a very giving man. He helped me thru some rough times and even though he sometimes seemed a little gruff, his warm heart always shined thru. He was strong in his faith and loyal to his friends. He always spoke of his family and friends with live and smiles but a touch of sadness for missing them. Although he was only in my life for a few short years, his impact will last forever. I miss my friend tremendously but that's nothing compared to the loss to his family. I haven't seen or talked to him since I left there in 2018, but he was never far from my thoughts. My thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family. Rest in piece my friend as I celebrate your memory with my family. Godspeed

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