Who Was Christopher Aaron Pichon II?
On the 8th day of December 1991, Christopher Aaron Pichon II was born to Christopher and Sonya Pichon in Houston, Texas. Chris, aka "Chris-e-pooh" was a loving child with a big heart and giving spirit.
Chris II was a 14-year-old sophomore in the Engineering Program at Booker T. Washington High School in Houston ISD. He was a member of the Junior National Honor Society, the Gents, and the JV Football Team at Booker T. He attended ABC 123 Academy, Fairchild Elementary, and the Rice School prior to high school. He also attended a Summer Engineering Summer Camp at Prairie View A&M University.
Chris II was very active in his church. He attended St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church where he was a member of the Alter Servers, the Ambassadors of Christ, the People of People Student Ambassador Program, and the Jr. Knights of Saint Peter Claver (KPC) where he was the Jr. Knight Texas State President, along with his sister who is the Junior Daughter Texas State President (the 1st brother/sister twosome to hold these positions). He was also the former Texas State Treasurer from 2004-2006. Chris gained countless friends and brothers/sisters because of his involvement in KPC. He attended all of the Jr. initiations in the Houston area, the service projects and meetings including the Brown Bag/Feed the Homeless Project, as well as several social functions including the Texas State Picnic, St. Peter Claver Day, and State Banquet. In his local branch, he was an officer every year since he joined the Jr. Knights including Recording Secretary, Inner/Outer Guard, Parliamentarian, and Treasurer. Chris was also involved in sports since the age of 5 where he played Little League Football for the Southeast Lions.
Chris was called home to be with God on September 18, 2006. He is preceded in death by his sister Brittany. He is survived by his parents Christopher & Sonya, sister Cambrian, brother Cortney, grandparents Percy & Margie Pichon, Eugene & Katie McAfee, and & Billy & Faye Morgan. He also is survived by a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and many relatives and friends. Chris was a very fun-loving person whose presence will be greatly missed, but his spirit will continue to live within everyone whose life he touched.