Chris Eddy

Chris Dean Eddy

Saturday, October 11th, 1947 - Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
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Valley resident Chris Dean Eddy, 73, passed away on October 22, 2020. He was born on October 11, 1947 in Monte Vista, Colorado to Franklin and Twilla (Biggs) Eddy. He married Charlotte Bunker on December 17, 1966. He loved to be in the mountains, hunting, fishing and boating. His greatest accomplishment was his family.

Chris is survived by his wife, Charlotte Eddy of Del Norte, his children, Terisa Hoops of Pueblo, Tonia (Matt) Freeman of Pueblo and Chad (Caren) Eddy of Pueblo as well as his grandchildren, Michael Hoops, Baellae Hoops, Taylor Freeman, Mikinzie Hoops and Marcus freeman, his siblings, Roxann (John) Caldwell and Mark Eddy as well as his sisters-in-law Debs (Rondel) King and Pam (Jerry) Biggs and numerous extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Paul Eddy.

Cremation was selected and a gathering will be held at 1:00 pm on Friday October 30, 2020 at 5477 County Road 106 in Mosca, the home of JJ Cooley. In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and may be made in care of the funeral home office. To express condolences, please visit

Rogers Family mortuary in Alamosa is in care of the arrangements.
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    Residence of J.J. Cooley
    5477 County Road 106
    Mosca, Colorado
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LeRoy Strong

Posted at 08:50pm
Wonderful Man who opened his home up to me and Jacob. Actually helped Jacob catch his first fish! Entertained my son Seth when I deployed and couldn’t go on the hunting trip with him and Chad. I truly enjoyed his company and he will be sorely missed.

Michael Rivera

Posted at 08:25pm
It was an honor to meet and befriend this kind man. Father and grandfather. May he rest in peace and may Gods peace and lover be over the Eddy, Hoops, Cantwell and Freeman family.

-Michael Elijah Rivera From Pennsylvania

Penelope Freel

Posted at 02:32pm
Remember the whole family. Wish you all well. Penny Freel

tom Gowdy

Posted at 07:44am
I've known Chris for over 30 years in the Crop Insurance world. Chris was one of the best in the business. Worried about the grower and the company and made sure that both understood the end goal. We will miss him and I am sure his clients will miss him, but to know that his legacy will continue with those that he has mentored.
Tom Gowdy

Chad Eddy Posted at 04:05am

My Father was a great Man, who truly believed in family and community. He loved his wife, his children and his grand children. Everyone of his co-workers and clients were part of his extended family and he always made sure they came first.

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