Chris Wren Death – Augusta State University Alumnus Chris Wren of Dickson, Tennessee has sadly passed away. He died on Friday 12th January 2024 leaving family and friends in shock and disbelief. He was confirmed dead through a Facebook post that says “I dont share a lot of Gofundme’s but My sister needs all the help she can get right now. Breana Breezy Wren hasn’t worked as Chris Wren was the sole provider for their family and she had been stay at home mom”. The actual cause of Chris Wren’s death has not been revealed at this time.
Chris Wren was a native of Augusta, Georgia but resided in Dickson, Tennessee. He graduated from Evans High School and layer went to study at Augusta State University. It is be that Christopher Wren’s commitment to charity organizations is the area in which his selfless nature is most readily apparent. Through his active participation in philanthropic activities, he brought both his time and his financial resources to organizations that were committed to improving the lives of others who were less fortunate.
He did not make his charity deeds public for the purpose of gaining personal benefit; rather, they were motivated by a sincere desire to have a constructive effect on society. He was a force to be reckoned with and will be deeply miss by all that crossed path with him.
Chris Wren GoFundMe
Rebecca Rogers created a GoFundMe account on Saturday 13th January 2024, with the intention of soliciting monetary contributions in order to cover the costs of Chris Wren’s memorial services and funeral expenses. However, as of the time that this article was written, a total of $5,408 has been raised thanks to the contributions of 94 different people, with the single largest contribution amounting to $425. The initial target for the account was to accumulate the sum of $15,000.
A statement from account says “Our dear brother & friend, Chris Wren passed suddenly on 1/12/2024 leaving behind his beloved wife, Breezy, and 3 daughters, Zoe, Ava Grace, & Raleigh. Breezy & the girls are all beside themselves with grief, sorrow, and pain in the wake of the heartbreaking loss of their Daddy & Husband. “Rally Around the Wren’s” has been set up to help them ease the financial strain of losing their rock so tragically”.
Chris Wren’s obituary will be released by the family
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