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William Christopher Heilbrunn

William Christopher Heilbrunn, age 32, of Pataskala, Ohio died suddenly on January 18, 2020.  He was born on February 2, 1987 in St. Louis, Missouri at St. Mary Hospital.  Christopher is survived by his father, John Heilbrunn of Ohio; mother, Billie Roark of Tennessee; stepmother, Jeanette Johnson of Ohio; four sisters, Amanda Jean, Samantha Christine, Jazmin Rose, and Megan Marie; one brother, Gabriel Alexander Heilbrunn; aunts, Cheryl, Missy and Mary; uncles, Ricky, Joey, Jimmy and David Heilbrunn; more than twenty cousins; five nieces and one nephew.  Chris is preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Mildred Giesing; Aunt Debbie; cousin, Lisa Marie; Uncle Eddie; Dennis Hubbard; paternal grandparents, Cora and Richard Heilbrunn.  Christopher worked with his father who owns Triple J Gutters.  He was born in Missouri, but lived in Tennessee and Ohio throughout his lifetime.  Chris loved listening to music and adored children.  He was at his happiest when he had children around him.  Chris was wonderful with them.  He was compassionate and felt his emotions deeply.  Christopher always seemed to carry the weight of the world on his shoulders, but now that he is a Guardian Angel, he will be sitting on the shoulders of his loved ones when he is needed.  Christopher will be cremated.  There are tentative arrangements to hold a Celebration of Life on his birthday, February 2, 2020.  Please visit to leave the family an online condolence.

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  • Mike Maley says:

    HEY R.I.P. you was a good dude… you will be missed!!

  • Cyrena Donahue says:

    Dear Johnny and family–I just found out about Chris’ death–SOSOSOSORRY!!!

    I met him in Lancaster when you guys replaced my mother-in-law’s roof; he was polite, sweet and worked hard. He was a good dude! Unfortunately drugs destroy people we love 😢 sooner or later. I know too and it’s a heartbreaker but we keep moving on…

    God bless you,
    Cyrena Donahue

    “May the Lord direct your hearts to the love of God and to the steadfastness of Christ.”
    ~2 Thessalonians 3:5

  • missy pridgen says:

    Christopher I watched you grow up as a small boy, always so sweet and sensitive. You were my only nephew that spent so much time with my children. I can’t imagine the pain your parents are going through. I can’t stop thinking about you, and all the people you have left behind.You will always be that little boy, I watched go up.It’s unfortunate that I will not watch you get married, raise a family and grow to be a mature adult. I am not going to say I am going to miss you because I already miss you. I do have a piece of you lots of pictures and memories.I hope you are listening because I am talking to you all the time. I love you.
    Aunt Missy

  • tori bercaw says:

    hey uncle chris i love you very much and i am sry that u never really got to see us that much but i want you to know that you r missed extremely much and although u didnt have the best life because of reason that i will not say but u and gabe are my two favorite uncles but i love u with all my heart and u r missed very much i hope heaven is as great everyone says it is and i know ur watching my type this but again i love you and miss you and i am happy ur in a better place love u miss u
    – TORI (NEICE)

  • Kevin H. says:

    Ill always remember the first time we met an the last time I seen you at Mickey Ds September of last year, I would have never thought 10 years ago looking back that everything would transpire the way it has from being friends to you being my big bro which you always will be hepher I love you man, Fly high big bro, RIP……

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