Christopher Orman

christopher orman
Chris Edward Orman, of Fargo, died Sept. 13, 2019. Chris was born in Bismarck on Easter Sunday April 22, 1973. He graduated from Bismarck High School in 1991. He moved to Fargo where he worked in manufacturing. Chris loved music, he was a drummer; loved reading and animals, especially his dog Ginger. Chris is survived by his parents, Gene and Connie Orman; his brother, Corey (Lindsey) Orman; his sisters, Sarah (Adam) Cole and Rhonda Gonzales.; his nephews, Noah and Jonas Orman, Steven and Ryan Gonzales; his nieces Kaitlyn Orman, Natasia Lervik, Jocelyn and Celina Gonzales. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, O.C. and Ann Lervik and Ed and Freda Orman; and his uncle, Jeff Lervik and Randy Gonzales. A memorial service will be held 2:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23, at Boulger Funeral Home, in Fargo, with Reverend Christine Chiles officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations be made to Share House, 4227 9th Ave. S, Fargo.

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  1. Connie and Gene:
    Condolences and prayers for Chris and Your Family. Sorry for Your loss.
    Peace be with all of You and Eternal Rest grant unto Him.

  2. Please accept our condolences in this difficult time. May he rest in peace and may his loved ones come to find peace. Tim (Turtle Lake ’67) and Barbara Johnson

  3. Connie & Gene
    Words will never be able to express how any of us feel at the loss of Christopher…. know that I love you and pray over all you each day, this is a journey that no parent wants to take , but God is walking with you and your entire family each and every day. You live in my heart and I am hugging you in spirit.

    Patti & Glenn Briley

  4. Connie, Gene and Family
    Your have our deepest sympathies. No one can imagine the pain and loss you are experiencing.
    May God be with you and give you Peace knowing that Christopher is with our Lord and Savior.
    Our Prayers and thoughts are with you all.

  5. I am so terribly sad to hear about Chris. My husband, Aaron, and I knew Chris when we lived in Fargo back in the late ‘90s (they were band mates together). Chris was always so funny, sweet and kind — and he had THE best hair, these long thick dreads! He was a very talented drummer. We moved to Colorado in 1998 and lost touch over the years, but we often thought of him and wished we could connect again. I am so very, very sorry for your loss. He was a gentle soul.

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