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Christopher Craig James

Christopher Craig James of Doylestown died Saturday, September 26, 2020 at Jeanes Hospital in Philadelphia. He was 31. Born in Philadelphia, Chris was the son of Denise Stover James of Doylestown and the late Jeffrey A  James.

Chris was a former resident of Holland before moving to Doylestown in 1998. He was a graduate of Central Bucks South High School Class of 2007 and was a talented soccer player while attending Central Bucks South. Throughout the years he was a  Sous Chef at High Street Kitchen in Philadelphia and also at 86 West and the Penn Tap Room in Doylestown.  In his leisure he enjoyed travelling, landscaping projects, home remodeling and just about everything life had to offer.  Chris had the most infectious smile and his laughter was contagious.  Chris had a ton of friends, and had a gift for turning any kind of acquaintance into a friend.  Christopher was a selfless man as evidenced by his final gifts of his organ donations.  He will be remembered as a true hero.

In addition to his beloved mother Denise, Chris is survived by his brother Matthew James of San Diego, CA and his sister, Samantha James of Tallahassee,FL. He is also survived by numerous  uncles, aunts,and cousins.

Chris’s service and interment will be held on Friday, October 2, 2020 at 11:00am . Service will be private for immediate family only. A celebration of Chris’ life will be announced at a later date

In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to Bella-Reed Pit Bull Rescue ; P.O. Box 21 Southampton PA 18966.

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