Christian Anthony Peterson

Christian Anthony Peterson

November 27, 1995 - February 07, 2023

Christian Anthony Peterson

November 27, 1995 - February 07, 2023


On February 7th 2023 approximately 2:45 AM our precious son Christian Anthony Peterson took his final breath on mother earth at Centennial Park in Santa Ana CA. Christian had a big heart and he loved to help others in any way that he could, including perfect strangers; with the little he had he gave.

Christian truly carried his cross. Christian has taught all of us is to be kind, nonjudgmental to help others and to always embrace each day of life by doing the things that we love and loving others unconditionally.

Christian enjoyed the great outdoors he enjoyed a variety of foods, Rap/Music from the heart of others.  He enjoyed writing his own music. Christian wasn’t afraid to try anything, He was in 100% with everything he did. Christian had a strong work ethic he enjoyed physical labor, cooking and writing.

When God called him home, I know Christian was greeted by his Papa Lonnie, his Papa ACA his Papa Mark, his grandma Karen, his first girlfriend Natalie, his best friends Keenan and Andrew and all of our other family members that have graduated from this earth as well. Christian leaves behind his Grandma Alex, Aunt Crystal, Aunt Brandy, Brooklyn, Logan, Papa Roger, his Aunt Sandy, his cousins Mandy and Bryce, his Aunt Michelle, Aunt Sherri, his two uncles, Uncle Brandon, Uncle Hastin, Aunt Bridgette, Uncle David, Aunt Susie, Laurieann, his Cousins Leiken, Jonah and Steffin, Dad Rich, Step Dad Archie, his Step Mom Staci, his Mom Brianna, his nephew Findley, his niece Avianna, his Big Brother Scott, his sister-in-law Paige, his Aunt Lonna, his uncle George, his cousins Sandra, Jared, Kara, Lillian, their husbands James Justin Mando and all of their beautiful children that absolutely adored Christian.

Christian spent the last six weeks of his life with Archie watching all of his favorite shows, laughing so hard they were crying. A few of Christians favorite things: Bucket hats, Pecan Pie, Juice World, Kevin Gates, The Used (All That I’ve Got) Adidas clothing and shoes, Cats, Being Free.

We will be Celebrating Christian’s life on February 26th in Orange County, CA.  This is a Private Event.  Peace, Love and Unity to all.


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5 responses to Christian Anthony Peterson

  1. Christian was a kind soul with a big heart he will be remembered always

  2. Joanie says:

    Christian was one of the kindest & purest souls, he resonated nothing but love for those around him.

    What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes a part of us.

  3. Cecilia says:

    We all miss you Christian! May the Good Lord keep you in His loving arms and find peace and much love forever. In Jesus name we pray 🙏🏼 AMEN

  4. Laura Leslie says:

    Christian, when I first met you, you were just a little guy. Blonde hair and the cutest little smile and so sweet. I feel so blessed to have been a chapter in the lives of your family. The camping trips and dirt bike riding with all you kids and the family sleepovers. Your uncle Brandon keeping the campfires going and making sure all you kids had something to eat and waking up to see all you kids gathered around the fire while he made breakfast. These are just a few precious memories I think about when I think of you. Your now at peace in the arms of our savior Jesus Christ. I picture you looking down and reassuring your mom, dad, brother Scott and other family members that you’re safely home. Forever in my heart 💖 Sending an abundance of love and comfort to your momma Bree and dad Rich during this transition to your rebirth.

  5. MY precious angel its been 1 year since you have crossed over. I miss you always. Your light shines on through me, your brother Scott, Your nephew Findley, Your niece Avianna, your dad, Sandra, James, Corrine, MYa, Faith, Ava, Tessa and so many more. I love you son. Never forgotten. Love Mom

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