Christopher P. Martin

December 21, 1984
- July 05, 2005

GLENBURN AND BAR HARBOR - Christopher P. Martin, 20, died July 5, 2005, at this residence in Northeast Harbor. He was born Dec. 21, 1984, in Bangor, the son of Tammy J. Campbell and Peter A. Martin Jr. Chris' quick wit and infectious smile brought joy to every life he touched. His passion was cooking, which he learned to do by his father's side at Jerry's Catering for Bangor International Airport. He later honed his skills and became sous chef at Route 66 Restaurant in Bar Harbor. Chris never left a room or hung up a telephone without saying "I love you," to his family-which he considered so important to him. Most can remember him cruising by in his decked out Camaro, which was his pride and joy. Chris was loved very much by his friends, co-workers, and family. He was an incredible person with a heart of gold that will be remembered for all of time. Chris is survived and sadly missed by his parents, Peter Martin of Glenburn and his mother, Tammy Campbell of Sebec; his big sister, Nicole Martin of Bar Harbor and Bangor; his little brother, Alex Martin of Glenburn; a stepsister, Tabatha Thomas of Orrington; a stepbrother, Timmy Martin of Old Town; and a stepmother, Irene Thomas of Glenburn. He is also missed by his grandparents, Larry and Brenda Witham of Sebec, Peter and Louise Martin of Old Town and Robert and Carolinda Campbell of Salem, N.H.; and nephews, Austin Seymour and Kaden Thomas. Chris will also be missed by several aunts, uncles, cousins, friends; his best friends, Alex Ciampi and Eugene; and a very special mentor, T.R. of Bar Harbor. Chris was predeceased by his uncle, Jim Campbell; and his aunt, Lilia Fine. A service of remembrance will be celebrated 1 p.m. Monday, July 11, 2005 at Brookings-Smith, 133 Center St., Bangor, with the Rev. Dr. Rex Garrett, Director of Chaplaincy Services at Eastern Maine Medical Center. Memorial contributions in Chris' memory may be sent to the Christopher P. Martin Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 1161, Bangor, ME 04402.


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