Christopher Lee Prince, 1974–2024

It is with profound sadness that the family of Christopher Lee Prince
announces his sudden passing, in his home on January 13, 2024,
at the young age of 49.

Christopher is survived by his mother, Diana Bump, his son Camden, and his sister Tammy (Joey). He also leaves to mourn his loving girlfriend Morgan Cowan, and will be fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews Eric, Amy, Matthew and Lisa, as well as by many aunts, uncles and cousins. 

He is now reunited with his late father, Bryan Prince, and his late sister Laurie.

 Chris has been taken too soon from his loved ones
and will be greatly missed by all his family and many friends.

Until we meet again

A celebration of his life will be held
later in the Spring.


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14 messages.


    So very sad to hear about Chris’s passing! Chris was just a gem of a human being and will be missed.

    May Camden, Diana, Tammy and Morgan remember the fun and laughter that they shared and that those memories help them heal.

    Deepest condolences,


    I am so sorry to read this… I had the pleasure of treating Chris and know that he was a wonderful person. My sincere condolences to Morgan and his family.


    Still processing…Amy Fraser said it best, how do you process when it is so surreal? You were always appreciated and well respected. You were part of our family and knowing you were always there was such a reassurance. There are no words to express the void you have left, but you are and will always be with us in our fond memories and I take comfort knowing you have our back from up above. My condolences to the Camden,Prince family, Morgan, friends and colleagues. R.I.P Christopher Prince.


    My sympathy goes out to Camden, Morgan and Tammy. Chris was our neighbour in Franklin Centre and was a very kind, generous and sweet person. Left us way too soon, RIP Chris


    My deepest sympathies to his family and friends. Chris was always a kind person. Even when we were in elementary school he always was a kind and gentle guy. My heart especially goes out to his son Camden. May his legacy live on through him.


    My sincerest condolences to Chris’s family. It has been many years since I knew Chris from working at LeeTwo but sometimes kept in touch through FB. He was kind and always had a smile. Heaven gained an angel for sure.


    To Chris’ son, mom and Morgan my heart is truly broken for all of you.

    To me, Chris was the quintessential good guy and I feel lucky to have been his friend and his co-worker.

    Chris, if you thought me one thing is that you truly don’t know what tomorrow brings and that tomorrow could be our last. Every time I see a keishund I will think of you. I’m sorry last time I saw you at Costco I didn’t yell your name while standing at the cash. I’m sorry I didn’t get to say Hi in person one last time.

    Good guys don’t always finish last because you evidently left way too quickly, Well ahead of your time.

    Rest in peace.


    To everyone who knew Chris and loved him, my deepest sympathies. I first got to know Chris as a boy growing up next to us on the Rivière aux Outardes. He was a kind young man and very thoughtful. Later as he grew up and moved away he would from time to time stop in for a little visit. You will all miss him.


    My deepest sympathies to his mom, Camden, Morgan, and Tammy. I’ve known Chris since kindergarten, we skipped grade 6 together, and graduated from high school at the same time. Gone way too soon. He was a good person and I will miss catching up with him at the fair.


    It doesn’t seem real. I can’t believe he’s gone and at such a young age. I’ve always known him to be a sweet person. My deepest condolences to his family.


    For me, there are almost no words for this. After all, how do you say goodbye to someone – when you haven’t actually come to terms with the fact that they are gone? Uncle Chris, I love you more than words could ever say and I am so very lucky to have had you as a part of my life. You are the best uncle anyone could have wished for. The sparkle of your eyes, the brightness of your smile, and the goodness of your soul will always stay in our hearts because you were one gem of a person we had. I still can hear your booming laughter and voice. I will never forget how often I begged my mom to let me spend the weekend at your place with you, they were some of my best childhood memories. You have left a void in the family that will never be filled. You were gone in an instant, but I’ll spend the rest of my life remembering you.


    My deepest condolences to all of you. We only met a few times but I felt an immense kinship. Morgan I’m so very sorry.


    As my older cousin, Chris has been around my whole life. Although we didn’t see each other as often as we should have, whenever our families got together, laughter and love would fill the place. He had a unique balance of kindness and strength, and he leaves memories that will forever live in our hearts.