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In Memory

Christopher Teague

Chris died of Cancer in Martinez, GA.

MARTINEZ, Ga.- Mr. Christopher Scot Teague, 33, entered into rest Sunday, September 28, 2003, at his residence. Friends and family are invited to a memorial service at 6 p.m., tonight, Tuesday, September 30, 2003, at Platts Belair Road Chapel with Rev. Larry Harmon officiating. Mr. Teague was born in Augusta, Ga. and was a graduate of Evans High School and the Medical College of Georgia, School of Radiology. He was employed at the M.C.G. hospital for five years as an X-Ray Technologist. He was preceded in death by several family members, including his father, the late Lonnie Bruce Teague. Also preceding him in death were his grandmothers, the late Thadie Lee Morse and the late Laurie Brusher, and his grandfather, the late Nick Teague. Survivors include his mother, Virginia D. Teague; six Brothers, Mickey Agner and his wife Susan, Larry Agner and his wife Pat, Glenn Agner and his wife Christy, Steven Teague and his wife Laurie, Mark Teague, Phillip Teague and his wife Donna; sisters, Barbara Teague Youngblood and Janet Dueringer and her husband Michael; six nephews; seven nieces; two great nieces; and three great nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the St. Joseph Hospice, 2260 Wrightsboro Rd. Augusta, Ga. 30904 or to the American Cancer Society,2623 Washington Road F-104, Augusta, Ga. 30904. The family will greet friends following the memorial service at the funeral home. Platts Funeral Home, 337 N. Belair Road, Evans, Ga. 860-6166. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com

The Augusta Chronicle September 30, 2003

--From the Tuesday, September 30, 2003 printed edition of the Augusta Chronicle

 
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06/29/08 01:20 AM #1    

Eric Crawford

Chris was a good friend of mine growing up. We both lived in Shadowmoor together where we spent a lot of time fishing at the pond that used to be there. Chris had a great sense of humor and could always make me laugh!

Chris will be missed!

MARTINEZ, Ga.- Mr. Christopher Scot Teague, 33, entered into rest Sunday, September 28, 2003, at his residence. Friends and family are invited to a memorial service at 6 p.m., tonight, Tuesday, September 30, 2003, at Platts Belair Road Chapel with Rev. Larry Harmon officiating. Mr. Teague was born in Augusta, Ga. and was a graduate of Evans High School and the Medical College of Georgia, School of Radiology. He was employed at the M.C.G. hospital for five years as an X-Ray Technologist. He was preceded in death by several family members, including his father, the late Lonnie Bruce Teague. Also preceding him in death were his grandmothers, the late Thadie Lee Morse and the late Laurie Brusher, and his grandfather, the late Nick Teague. Survivors include his mother, Virginia D. Teague; six Brothers, Mickey Agner and his wife Susan, Larry Agner and his wife Pat, Glenn Agner and his wife Christy, Steven Teague and his wife Laurie, Mark Teague, Phillip Teague and his wife Donna; sisters, Barbara Teague Youngblood and Janet Dueringer and her husband Michael; six nephews; seven nieces; two great nieces; and three great nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the St. Joseph Hospice, 2260 Wrightsboro Rd. Augusta, Ga. 30904 or to the American Cancer Society,2623 Washington Road F-104, Augusta, Ga. 30904. The family will greet friends following the memorial service at the funeral home. Platts Funeral Home, 337 N. Belair Road, Evans, Ga. 860-6166. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com

The Augusta Chronicle September 30, 2003

--From the Tuesday, September 30, 2003 printed edition of the Augusta Chronicle

07/17/08 12:19 PM #2    

Jonathan Jackson

Chris, we lived in the same neighborhood for several years (Shadowmoor) and had a lot of my classes together You were truly a great friend. I found out about your death while breezing through the obituaries, which is something that I almost never to! A few weeks later, I was involved in a head on collision that sent me to the ER only to see your brother who took care of me. We shared stories about you. You are truly missed!

09/02/08 05:45 PM #3    

Jacki Taylor (Jones)

Chris, we spent 4 years in homeroom together cracking up and having fun. I can still remember the last time I saw you - you always seemed to enjoy life and there wasn't a time you didn't pass on a compliment or make someone laugh. You might have come across as quiet to some, but to those of us who saw the other side of you, you had a way of making us smile!

Peace to you my friend, we will see you again someday!

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