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He was one of my best friend's and some times like a father figure to me, i have so many good memories with him. I know the lost is big but that's how amazing this man was he would make you smile and it was always a great adventure with him im never going to forget all the good time's we had my brother i love you and and will always miss you thank you!
Linda, you have my sympathy. So sorry for your loss. May God comfort you now and in the many days to come.
Carl W. Anderson
Sending out thoughts and prayers to the family.
Lori and Robert Lambert
Sending out thoughts and prayers to Lynn and the family.
Richard Cramer and Cindy
What a shock that fateful day ! Just talked to Chris the night before. He was worried about issues with their motor home. He was our faithful neighbor across the street. Always busy tinkering with something. Our sincere prayers to out to Lynn and their family. He will be extremely missed. RIP in peace buddy.
Linda, Chris jr and family: Sorry to hear about your loss. Gone much too early. Prayers for all of you. Never had the pleasure but always heard great things. May he rest in peace.
Joe & Laura
Chris, my life long friend. Laura & I will always treasure the times we all had over the years and will miss you dearly. Rest in Peace, all our love.
What a sad day it is to lose a man like Chris. I worked with Chris at Lowe’s he help anyone who asked a great team player and was always in a pleasant mood. I really enjoyed working working with him.
Such a loving and kind man. You will be missed my friend. RIP CHRIS
Im so sorry for all of you Chris was truly a Great Guy !! I had so much fun with you all always … He will for sure be missed by many … May you Rest In Peace
I enjoyed every year we worked as a team to make sure we had a nice float at Christmas with all our lowes family Chris always smiled no matter what. We love and miss you
Joanne and Paul
Chris was such a pleasure to be around. Prior to the Pandemic, we last visited Chris, Lynn and their beautiful family on our way to FL. He was a kind loving person and always had a wonderful smile. We will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with Chris and family.
Chris was a great guy. Always had a smile on his face and telling me a joke. Remember him on the Christmas float each year for lowes he loved it. He will be missed .
,So much to say about my Brother, To live in the hearts we leave behind is never to die
Chris and I worked together on the Lowe’s delivery team! We always had a great time working side by side. Lots of laughs were shared throughout the day as Chris would always find something to joke about! The world lost a wonderful man and he will definitely be missed!! Rest In Peace my friend!
Worked with Chris at Lowe's and went on a few deliveries with him. Always looked forward to hearing the next joke he had to share. Seen him just a few days ago and glad I got to get one good laugh. R.I.P. Brother.
Amy Everett Hemphill
Mr. Chris was always fun-loving and welcoming! He will be greatly missed. We send our love, thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Chris was always ready to help. He will be greatly missed. I worked with him at Lowe's and he was always a pleasure to work with.
He was one of my favorite people! Always laughing and up for anything. He will be missed by many. Love ...
Chris was such a kind and caring person. He helped with many Lowes Hero projects to give back to the community. So very sorry for Linda and then family. Rest in Peace, my friend!
Linda and Alley Hardy
Linda, I am so sorry for your loss. He was always a special guy and so friendly. Our condolences go out to you and your family.
Lois and Ron
Rest In Peace little brother. Your legacy will always be your beautiful family. A loving wife, devoted children, and beautiful grandchildren. You will live on and be in our hearts forever.
Christopher Colby Gamble, Sr.
Mr. Christopher Colby Gamble, Sr., 68, of Fernandina Beach passed away at his home on Thursday, September 9, 2021.
He was born in Boston, MA and was a son of the late John Robert Gamble and Dorothy Sutherland. He was raised in Quincy, MA and Litchfield, NH.
He moved with his family to Fernandina Beach in 1988. Mr. Gamble worked for most of his life as an Over the Road Truck Driver. He drove long distance runs up and down the east coast for 48 years. He then transitioned to Lowes in Fernandina Beach, to allow more time with family. He eventually retired from Lowe’s where many will remember him as a “plumbing pro” and “delivery driver”.
He was such an outgoing and caring man! He especially enjoyed being able to talk about anything with anyone at any time. He never seemed to meet a stranger and was loved by everyone who knew him. An adventurous fellow, he was always willing to try anything. As he began a project he would say, “let’s take a shot, what’s the worst thing that can happen?”
Mr. Gamble loved boating, camping, and just simply sitting on the front porch. He genuinely loved being outdoors and could often be found with his favorite “adult beverage”. While he was the holder of many strong opinions, his outlook was shaped by his concern for the world in which his family would live. He could not have been more proud of the adults his children became. He so dearly loved his grandchildren and wanted them to see that there are no limits to anything they want to do when they put their minds to it.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his sister, Leslie Martinez and his brother, John Robert Gamble.
He leaves behind his wife of 47 years, Linda Gamble; his children, Chris (Cyndi) Gamble, Jr. and Jennifer (Russ) Panke, both of Fernandina Beach; his siblings, Don (Ruth) Gamble of Quincy, MA, Lois (Ron) Bradley of Wilmington, MA, Cathy (John) Snyder of Litchfield, NH and Terry Leduc of Londonderry, NH ; his brother in law, Ron (Margaret) McKown; his grandchildren, Kendall Marie Panke, Christopher Colby Gamble, III “Big Colby” and Colby Bennett Panke as well as several loving Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews.
We will be welcoming everyone to join us in a casual gathering in sharing your cherished memories of Big Chris on Saturday September 18th from 5 pm to 9pm at Chem Cell Club located at 2951 Chem Cell Road, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.