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Christopher Raymond Hopps
August 2, 1972 ~ January 17, 2024 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Christopher Raymond Hopps was born in Mt. Holly, NJ and graduated from Burlington Township High School. Chris was a long-time member of the Laborers’ International Union of North America- Local 332 and for the past eight years a member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America- Local 158. He worked for many employers in the Tri-State area over the years. He enjoyed his craft and profession, especially the camaraderie of his fellow trade workers.
Chris had strong connections to his friends and family in Burlington and Willingboro, NJ and Philadelphia, PA. He is predeceased by his grandparents Frank and Mildred Hopps and Raymond and Edith Coles. He is survived by his parents Frank Hopps Jr. and Carol (Coles) Wagoner (Robert Wagoner Jr.); his daughter Samantha Hopps; his siblings Gina Lynn Ieradi (Robert), Frank Hopps III, Sharon Kolevski (Tom), Leah Manganaro (Vito III), Robin Littlewood, and Robert Wagoner III; his nieces and nephews Anthony Ieradi, Nicholas Ieradi, Zachary Hopps, Melanie Littlewood, Tammy Littlewood, Vito Manganaro IV, Chase Perry, and Godson Kevin Kauffman; and his close friends the Dempsey family (Colleen, Joe, Janice). He is also survived by many relatives, friends, and co-workers.
Chris enjoyed all Philly sports and was a member of the Phillies Sunday package season ticket crew for several years. He liked to read true crime books, binge watch a variety of TV series, listen to classic rock and alternative music and attend concerts. He especially enjoyed his Mom’s lasagna and his Dad’s chili. Chris could always be counted on to show up for his friends and family when they needed help.
The family invites friends to a visitation for Chris on Saturday, January 27th from 2-4 pm with a prayer service to immediately follow at the Page Funeral Home, 302 E. Union St., Burlington, NJ.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in memory of Chris to: Heart & Vascular Institute, Temple Health, http://giving.temple.edu/givetotemplehealth or Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Deborah Hospital Foundation https://www.deborahfoundation.org/donate/