Christopher Nagy

Augusta, GA – Christopher Nagy, 25, entered into rest Monday, June 14, 2010, at his residence.
Memorial services will be held Thursday, June 17, 2010, at 7:00 P.M., from the chapel of Chance and Hydrick Funeral Directors with Reverend Matthew Nelson officiating.
He was employed at Admiral Steamers and worked for Cook Construction. He attended Butler High School.
We will cherish the memories that we have of Christopher and will thank God for the 25 years he allowed us to have. Christopher enjoyed being in the mountains with his wife, friends and family.
Family members include his wife, Chrissy Nagy (McKnight) of Augusta; mother, Gidget Rice; father, Timothy Rice both of Evans; brother, Travis Nagy; sister, Ashley Rice both of Evans; father-in-law, Dennis McKnight; mother-in-law, Pam McKnight; brother-in-law, Michael McKnight; grandparents, Elizabeth and James Skinner, Jr., of Prosperity, SC; Ann and the late Irvin Rice of Grovetown; William and the late Lorraine Nagy of Martinez; great-grandmother, Katie and the late Robert Templeton, Sr., Beatrice and the late James Skinner, Sr., of Augusta; biological father, Dennis Nagy and step-mother, Sissy Nagy.
In lieu of flowers the family request donations to the Christopher Nagy funeral expense account at any branch or location of Wachovia Bank.
The family will receive friends Thursday from 5:00 PM until the hour of the service at the funeral home.
Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Rd, Augusta, GA, 30906.

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11 responses to “Christopher Nagy”

  1. I am so sorry for the loss of your son, your brother, and your husband. I can try to find peaceful words to say but i simply do not know what to say. Know that many will be praying for the family during this time.


  2. Our hearts go out to you and your family. Christopher became more than someone we knew, he was like a son and a brother to my daughter. We will always hold a dear a place in our hearts for
    Christopher and we will cherish the memories and times we shared. God Bless you Christopher.

  3. Chrissy, I am so very sorry to know you loss your husband at such a young age. The Bible states that “expectation postponed is making the heart sick” and I can only imagine the many expectations and future plans you both had together (Proverbs 13:12). As the days pass and the grief seems too overbearing may you reflect on God’s promise to reunite us with our loved ones again here on earth (John 11:25).

  4. Gidget, sorry for the loss of your son if there is anything I can do for you would you let me know.
    David and

  5. We were blessed to have had Christopher in our lives. Heidi and I will never forget the love and fun times we had with him. I couldn’t have asked for better step-sons or step-brothers for Heidi. We love them both dearly. Even being miles apart we have felt a long term connection and have always wished the best for both Christopher and Travis. Our Hearts Sincerely go out to Chrissy, Gidget, Tim, Travis, Ashley, Dennis and all of their extended family & friends. We will continue to pray for your comfort in the days ahead. We know nothing can be said to take the pain away, but the power of prayer is strong. God Bless All of You. Christopher is now in the hands of God. Love Always, Lori & Heidi

  6. Chris, you left us all broken hearted.And at a very young age.Your Mom and Chrissy.And they rest of the family miss you very much and everday god helps us with the faith and strength we have with in to make it another day.Chris,dennis and Iare taking care of Chrissy.And Seeing if Mom is okay to and she has Tim,Travis,and Ashley .Were all keeping in touch to help each other heal. mom mcknight

  7. I love u so much I don’t know what eles to say. I am still in shock. My worst times I miss u is when I go to sleep and wake up and I look around our room and ur not anywhere to b found. That tears me to pieces everyday. And all I can think is how I want nothing more then to b by ur side again. I love u and miss u unconditionaly.

  8. Today is July 4th and we did some fire work for you honey. I know you were watching us. and yes we put Bonnie up. And Grandma is still fighting as you know she’ll be with you.Chris Im trying to keep strong for Chrissy.And Chrissy is Being strong for me. Chrissy and I need each other now more so than ever.We will get throught this difficult time. love mom MISS YOU.

  9. Dear Travis,Chrissy,Sissy,William,Bill,Gail,Glen,Ernie and all of the Nagy Family and Friends, Heidi and I are truly sorry for your loss of Dennis. I cannot find a memorial page so I hope you all don’t mind our condolences on Christophers. Our hearts have been very heavy for two weeks now ever since we found out about Dennis. We pray that he is now reunited with Christopher,Lorraine and the rest of his beloved family that has gone before him. I would like to say that Dennis was a complicated man. By that I mean you never really knew what you were going to get from him. I think all that knew him would agree. I can only hope that he will be remembered for the Smart,Strong,Loving,Helpful,Fun,Giving person he could be. I wish I could have been there in his time of sorrow because I realize now there is no more tomorrow. I believe in connections that are meant to last a lifetime but, we never know just how long that lifetime will be. I was married to him once and have always kept a loving place for him in my heart. Heidi has always loved him as well. He was a Great Step-Dad to her and she will never forget the love he showed her. We pray that all the wrong is now right and that all of his pain and sorrow is now ended. We pray for his happiness in his life ever after.
    Love Always, Lori & Heidi

  10. Two years and it still seems like yesterday. I love you like a bro Chris always have and always will. Just dreamt of you, upset I can’t remember our conversation. I know now I have an angel out there. Thanks always. Km

  11. I was recently looking back at many pictures of both Christopher & Travis when they were quite young. Heidi and I have such wonderful memories with them. Especially watching Christopher play baseball, football and swimming in our pool. He was such a kind and gentle soul. He was always watching out for Travis too. I’m sure he’s watching out for all of his family now. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Travis, Chrissy, Gidget and all the rest of Christopher’s family on the 3rd anniversary of his passing. May God Bless and Continue to Comfort All of You…
    Love Always, Lori & Heidi

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