Christopher D. Twentier

December 12, 1972 ~ January 26, 2024 (age 51) 51 Years Old

Christopher Twentier Obituary

Christopher Daniel Twentier, age 51, of Slippery Rock, passed away January 26, 2024, from health complications.

Born December 12, 1972 in Butler; he is the son of Dan L. and Cheryl Keppel Twentier.

He was a 1991 Slippery Rock High School graduate, and a 1996 Slippery Rock University graduate.

Chris was currently employed at Peraton, of Loveland, Colorado; where he was a contract reviewer.

He enjoyed playing video games, being on the computer, playing with his cats Tank, Reba, and Squirt, and spending time with his family.

Chris is survived by his high school sweetheart, Stacie Randolph Twentier, who he married May 25, 1996; his parents Dan and Cheryl Twentier of Prospect; his sister Teresa (Brian) Watterson of Butler; his brother in law Sean Randolph of Slippery Rock; and a number of Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.

He was preceded in death by is paternal grandparents Kenneth and Virginia Twentier; maternal grandparents Charles and Dorothy Keppel; In Laws Wilfred and Janet Randolph; and an infant brother.

The family is planning a Celebration of Life Service in the near future.  Expressions of sympathy can be given to any family member.

Cremation services were entrusted to the Raisley Funeral Home and Cremation Servies, pc., 387 Main Street, Prospect.

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