June 22, 2010


April 24, 1975 - June 19, 2010

CHICKASHA — Graveside services for Christopher J. Furra, 35, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, will be held at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 23, 2010, in the Rose Hill Cemetery.

Christopher J. Furra was born April 24, 1975, in Yuma, Arizona, the son of Bill D. and Sandra (Brown) Furra. He died June 19, 2010, at his home in Oklahoma City, after a courageous battle with cancer.

He came to Oklahoma City as a young child and he attended Oklahoma City Public Schools. Christopher had been employed with Eagle Construction and several other construction companies in the Oklahoma City area. He was a skilled carpenter and cabinetry worker. He enjoyed fishing, singing, playing the guitar, and spending time with his family, especially his three children, Trent, Chris and Shailin, who were his pride and joy.

Christopher is survived by two sons: Trent Kopf, of Lawton and Christopher Furra II, of Oklahoma City; one daughter, Shailin Furra, of Oklahoma City; mother, Sandra Bourbonnais, of Oklahoma City; father, Bill Furra, of Oklahoma City; three sisters: Tammy Marquez, of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Chastity Furra and Jean Harshaw, both of Oklahoma City; two brothers: Greg Shephard and Glen Furra, both of Oklahoma City; many nieces, nephews, extended family and a host of friends.

Services are under the direction of Ferguson Funeral Home.


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