We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Graham Putnam & Mahoney Funeral Parlors
Christopher Erwin Hampton of Worcester, Ma ended his life journey on October 26th, 2021, born February 9th, 1981. Christopher now able to join his father James Means and little brother Maurice Hampton. He leaves behind his mother Elsie Hampton. A sister Adina Hampton, and brother James Hampton, five beautiful children, Diamond Hampton 21, Janyia Hampton 18, Syncere Hampton, and twins Nahleia and Jareese Hampton 10. Along with the rest of his family who loved him dearly.
He grew up in Worcester, Ma and spent most of his life here. He loved to travel ! His most talked about trip was Puerto Rico, always talking about how he wanted to go back. Chris lived his life as a non conformist. He never wanted to "fit in" or play by regular societies rules, but instead create his own path and opportunities that were passion based. I believe this is one reason he loved cats so much! A true Free Spirit. This lead him to express art in ways we might find impossible. He wrote scripts for plays, books, one you can find on Amazon titled "Sandcastles In Brooklyn". He made music and could draw anything. Chris possessed a multitude of talents. His greatest dream was to create masterpieces that would leave a legacy far beyond his lifetime. Gone to soon. He will be deeply missed.
Calling Hours will be held 3-5 PM on November 12th, 2021 at Graham, Putnam & Mahoney Funeral Parlors, 838 Main St Worcester, MA 01610