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Christopher Woodhull

Christopher L. Woodhull

Thursday, March 3rd, 1977 - Thursday, April 9th, 2020
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Obituary

Christopher L. Woodhull
March 3, 1977 – April 9, 2020

On Thursday April 9, 2020, Chris Woodhull passed away at the age of 43. Chris was a good man! He was a wonderful son, brother, husband, father, nephew, uncle, brother in law, cousin, godfather and friend. He was really great at being all of these things, but being a truly amazing father was his greatest life's work!

Chris Woodhull was born in Batesville, AR on March 3, 1977 to Lee and Janet Woodhull. He grew up in Littleton, Colorado and graduated from Columbine High School in 1995. He attended Arapahoe Community College for two years while also mentoring the youth group at Columbine United Church. He graduated from Colorado State University in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in Social Work, where he was also a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity.

After college he worked as a youth counselor and case manager at Turning Point Residential, then as a probation officer in Arapahoe County. Later he returned to Ft. Collins where he was employed as a bond commissioner for Larimer County. Chris enjoyed helping youth and adults alike and was a compassionate listener and advisor. He was always well liked by his co-workers who often became close friends. Most recently employed at Pines Behavioral Health in Coldwater, MI.

Chris married Kelly Elizabeth Vogler on Oct. 25, 2013. Their two angel babies are William Finn and Elizabeth Hope. Magdeline Grace (Maggie) and Maxwell Langston (Max) were both born in Fort Collins, CO. The family moved to Coldwater, MI in August 2017.

Chris had a passion for the outdoors and loved snowboarding, camping and all sports. He was a loyal fan of the NY Yankees, Detroit Lions and the Detroit Red Wings. He also loved music and had a knack for winning concert tickets on the radio. If you ever heard him imitate the internal dialogue of the dog... you know how funny he was as well! He loved deeply and was so loved by so many. We hope he knew how much we loved him. He suffered more than we all knew and we are heartbroken by his pain and devastated by this loss.

Preceded in death by his father, Lee Woodhull, as well as William and Elizabeth. Survived by his wife Kelly Vogler Woodhull, two adorable kids Magdeline (5) and Maxwell (3), his mother Janet Woodhull, sister Heather Barbieri and husband Chad and niece Riley and nephew Marco.

Chris was a much loved member of Kelly’s extended family; father Charles Vogler, brothers Steve Goebel (Peter Navarro), Chris (Nicole) and William (Ashli) Vogler, and sister Kori Goebel, and their children Samuel, Sophie, James, Madilynn, Elizabeth, Betsy, and Jeanette as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Due to the current Shelter In Place situation we are in a holding pattern on a Celebration of Life. Details will follow.

May your pain be gone and your soul be at peace!
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The Boyle Family

Posted at 12:43pm
Chris (aka Woody to us) will be a constant and loving presence in all of our memories together. With Love, the Boyle Family.
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Heartfelt Sympathies

Posted at 01:58pm
Sending you and your family our most heartfelt condolences. In PKE, Shelly, Scates, Mudd, Wagner, Laura Pask, Laura Morton, Jill, Coppie, Donya &Kim
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Heather Barbieri Posted at 01:30am

Thank you all so much! So much love to you! Thank you for the support and the beautiful flowers! Love back at'cha in PKE! XOXO
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Nyci DeLoach

Posted at 09:41am
Praying for peace in this difficult time.
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Kristen Jernigan

Posted at 04:43am
I met Chris at work at a time when we were both transitioning in our lives. I have so many memories of deep, healing conversations and long belly laughs❤️ We stayed in touch through the years (over 14yrs) and our talks changed but his energy never did. Chris was always curious, respectful, kind and fun. May he Rest In Peace.
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Michael Culbert

Posted at 10:53am
I loved Chris like a brother. He seemed to always be able to find the humor in a situation. He thought I was funny and I thought he was funnier. He was a devoted father. He used a "G" rated expletive in front of his children. One day I was trying to remember the word he made up, I said:"Is it SNAGGLETOOTH?" He laughed saying: "No that was a cat character in a cartoon! I say SNICKLEFRITZ!" I will remember him as long as I live!
 
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Heather Barbieri Posted at 06:12pm

Thank you Michael! Snicklefritze!!! haha! Heather (Chris's Sister)
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