Stephen W. Christl, age 45, of E. State Rd., Jamestown, passed away Saturday morning, December 30, 2017 in his residence after a long term illness.
He was born in Pittsburgh on February 1, 1972 a son of Barbara (Jamison) Christl. He was a 1990 graduate of Jamestown High School. Steve enjoyed playing pool and was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Pirates fan.
Steve is survived by a daughter; Courtney Christl, a brother; Joe Christl of Pittsburgh, maternal grandparents; William and Frances Jamison of Jamestown, an uncle; William Jamison and his wife Donna of Jamestown. He was preceded in death by his mother.
As per Steve's wishes cremation was chosen and there will be no services.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 112 Washington Pl #1520, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.
May his heavenly smile ease all of the grief, and he rest in peace without the illness anymore. I am thankful to have so many happy memories of him.
Joe and Family
I am so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. Many many great memories of him during high school and out of high school. You have my deepest sympathy.
Kerry Snodgrass Russell JHS of 90
Am sorry to her about Steve he was one of my best friends but over the years we lost touch with each other he might be gone but he will Never be forgetting and will always love him
Steve and I were friends for about the last 10 years. We played a lot of pool together! The pain and suffering is all gone now. Rest in peace my friend!
Steve always had a way of making people laugh.
When I first met Steve , that he how he won me over by his sense of humor . He will be missed by myself and his daughter Courtney.
Prayers go out to his family .
God Bless ♡
Grandpa, grandma, and joe very saddened and sorry to hear about steve’s passing.. So very thankful for the countless memories going back 30 years. Thank you steve for never ever giving up on me. You will never be forgotten.
He was a great guy my best friend I’d be dead if it weren’t for him I miss him terribly he was like a big brother he will always be missed…..