Christopher Wayne Hill Dascomb

Our loving Son, Brother, Husband, Father and Friend. Christopher Wayne Hill Dascomb passed away on September 24, 2013 of Non Hodgkin Lymphoma.

Christopher was born on July 15, 1982 in San Jose California to Philip and Debra Dascomb. He moved to Salem Utah at the age of ten.He loved working with his dad at a young age. He also love the Search and rescue program and trained two dogs for the program. Christopher was a loving tender giant. He loved animals and always had a dog or two or three.

He met and married Layna Duncan his high school sweetheart July 28, 2007. Together they had three beautiful children Xander 10, Kalob 7, and Brooklyn 5.

His family was his life he worked hard to provide for them and always made sure they were well taken care of. He loved spending time with them even if he had work to do he often took them along. He loved the outdoors and they often spent time camping, four wheeling, and fishing together.

Christopher would do anything and everything for all those he knew and even some he didn’t.

We love you never ending Christopher. Until we meet again.

Survived by Wife, Layna. Children, Xander, Kalob, Brooklyn. Parents, Philip and Cheri Dascomb. Sisters, Jenny (Greg) Robbins, Kailey, Cassidy and Jamie (Chase) Wilson. Brothers Elder Taylor Dascomb and Jordan Holt. Grandparents Stu and Sue Jolley, Chuck and Patsy Dascomb. In-laws John and Anita Duncan. Sisters -in law, Carol Alvarado, Michelle (David) Avery, Jenn Duncan, Amanda (Dustin) Makin. 7 Nephews and 6 Nieces and 1 Great nephew. Preceded in death by Mother Debbie Dascomb and sister Janeal Holt.

A viewing will be held Friday, September 27, 2013 from 6-8 at the Walker Family Funeral Home 187 So Main St. Spanish Fork Utah. Funeral Services will be Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 2 pm with a viewing from 12:45 to 1:45 at the LDS Church House located at 1750 East 750 South in Spanish Fork Utah.

Contributions can be donated at any Wells Fargo bank in the name of Christopher Dascomb Memorial Fund and Memories of Christopher can be shared at www.walkerspanishfork.com

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  1. Dora Rogers

    Phil, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son Chris. I wish I would have known sooner. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Dora

  2. Cadee Holdaway

    Christopher was always a hard worker. You would see him pass his sisters room off to one task or another with his keys jingling to his steps. Quick to serve slow to complain what a man among men. Our prayers are with you.

  3. Doug and Anna Pearson

    Our deepest condolences. I remember Chris doing odd jobs around the house for us when he was only 14-15. He was always a hard worker. He will be missed. Doug and Anna Pearson

  4. Heidi Pulham

    Always a gentleman. Always there with a smile. Amazing friend. You did not have to even know him to love him he was just that kind of a guy. So thankful to be able to call him friend. Luv ya Chris you will be missed and there will be a party in heaven when we all get to see you again.

    Love Heidi

  5. Kevin Golding

    I remember working with Chris in scouting. He was always there to do his part and then some. I will always remember a trip to The Windrivers in Wyoming were he took over a resuse of a fellow scout. He directed traffic and know exactly what to do.
    May God bless you all. Chris will hold a special place in my heart.

  6. Chris, I have a lot of good memories of you, but my favorite thing to do was to make you laugh and smile!!! I’m so grateful that I got to spend time with you in July, especially the 4th of July getting to sit next to you and chat. I will miss your infectious smile and the way you made Layna happy. You were a wonderful Dad to Xander, Kalob and Brooklyn and we will watch over all of them and share a lifetime of memories with them. They will always know their Daddy!!! I will always be here for Layna and the kids, I love you!!! Aunt Peggy

  7. Holly Isaman Meagher

    Our deepest sympathies. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.

  8. Lilian Rea

    Many, many years ago in California, I remember when visiting my dear friend Debbie, seeing a handsome young boy wearing a leather tool belt around his waste. That day, Debbie introduced me to her son Christopher. I remember she telling me something that even though I don’t remember the exact words, I remember the meaning of them, and it was that he loved to “dress up” wearing a tool belt like his dad. I thought that was soo cute! I’ve never forgot that.
    For me, a Brazilian being new into the American culture, The Dascomb’s were one of the greater examples I had in America on how a good LDS family should be. I love you all.
    FAMILIES ARE FOREVER.
    Lilian Rea (and Family)

  9. I WILL ALWAYS REMBER THE TIME YOU ALL CAME OUT TO PEGGYS AND WE HAD A BBQ, AND THE KIDS WERE SWIMMING, , CHRIS WAS SITTING WITH ME AND MY GIRLS AND WE WERE ALL JOKEING AROUND, AND CHRIS LOOKED UP AT ME SAID, :: WOW YOUR GIRLS ACT JUST LIKE YOU,;; HE WAS LAUGHING AT US, AND SAID IM NOT GETTING IN THE MIDDLE OF THIS, CHRIS LOVED LAYNA AND THE BABYS SOO MUCH, YOU WILL NEVER BE FOR GOTTEN, AND BE DEARLY MISSED, THANK YOU FOR ALL THE LOVE AND HAPPYNESS YOU BROUGHT INTO LAYNA,S LIFE AND YOUR BABYS,GOD LOVE YOU AND R.I.P, OUR DEAR CHRIS , LOVE FROM AUNT BETTY

    • GRANDMA DASCOMB

      I miss you with all my heart. I see you as tho, you are here, with your Dad, when,I see the floors, cabinets and the really great Grandson you are for me & Grandpa. You fulfilled what every Grandparent could ever dream of. GOD REALLY BLESSED US, WHEN YOU WERE BORN.