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Christopher Wash

Christopher Wash, 32, of Pittston, passed away unexpectedly Friday, December 4, 2020. Born in Wilkes-Barre on June 2, 1989, he was the son of Joyce Rome and William Wash.

He was a graduate of Pittston Area High School and attended Luzerne County Community College. He had been employed as a forklift operator.

He was a devoted son, husband, and father and will be greatly missed.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife, Temple Guest Wash, their daughter, Emma Guest-Wash, uncles and aunts, Sandy

Rome (Becky), Hershey; Carol Kowalke (Kirk),

Oregon; and Tommy Rome (Kim), Dupont; and numerous cousins.

Arrangements are entrusted to Adonizio Funeral Home, LLC, 251 William Street, Pittston.

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Dec 08, 2020

I couldn't believe it when I heard. You were and always will be one of the greatest people I've met and I am glad to have known you. My condolences to your family.. You are gone, but you will never be forgotten my friend.


Dec 08, 2020

Chris you were a warm and kind soul and I know you will be dearly missed by many! My thoughts and prayers go to your family and especially that beautiful daughter, Emma. My you rest in peace.

God bless.


Dec 07, 2020

We are so sorry to hear about Christopher . Our hearts are broken for him. God bless him and his family. Bob and Luanne Lampman


Dec 07, 2020

My Dearest Chris.

Watching you grow up and becoming the true heart and friend to all that you met, made me happy to call you my son. It was my pleasure to raise you together with your Mom from a very young age. We hunted, fished, and did so many things together as you grew into a handsome and gifted young man. You were always so generous and a friend to everyone that you met. You always showed love to your Mom as you grew up. I'm so glad you were an important part of my life. There are really not enough words to describe how I love you, just tears because I miss you. I'm sure the Lord ou…


Dec 06, 2020

I'm incredibly saddened by this news. I remember starting at Topps and Joyce being so proud by the sweet poems and notes he wrote for her. He had a big heart. My thoughts and love to his family and especially his young daughter.

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