AUBURN — Christopher Charest, 25, of Auburn died unexpectedly in his sleep of a brain aneurysm on Friday, June 8.

Christopher was born in Lewiston, April 7, 1993, the son of Richard Charest and Michelle Pelletier-Roy. He attended Auburn schools until eighth grade. He graduated from Lewiston High School in 2011; he studied computer sciences at the University of Maine in Orono.

Christopher valued family relationships, especially spending time with his siblings whenever possible and loved his time with his pets Sox, Emma and Sadie. He was a very loyal friend to all his fiends and he would give the shirt off his back to anyone. He only had one mission in life, to make people in his life happy.

Christopher was an avid gamer and loved playing online with family and friends. He enjoyed playing disc golf and ultimate frisbee. Christopher was a member of East Auburn Baptist Church. He attended a young adults group at the church, which he enjoyed greatly.

He is survived by his parents, Michelle Pelleter-Roy and boyfriend, David Footman, of Lisbon, Richard Charest and stepmother, Christine, of Lewiston; his sister, Bailey Charest of Lewiston; his two brothers, Nicholas and Bryce Roy, of Lewiston; his grandparents Irene DiPietro and Arthur Charest of Auburn, Richard and Mirelle Sutton of Turner; aunts Melissa Pelletier of Turner and Gloria Howard of Alabama; uncles Michael Charest of Auburn, Steve Charest and wife, Carolee, of Poland, Danny DiPietro of Lewiston, Richard Cook and wife, Karen, of Norway, Henry Cook of Alabama; his step-grandparents Robert and Debbie Fournier of Lewston, his step-uncles Steven Fournier of Lewiston, and Jason Fournier and his wife, Tatsianna, of Scarborough; cousins Zachary and Kaylee of Turner, and Jake, Nate and Caleb of Scarborough.

He was predeceased by his grandmother, Susan Sutton, and great-grandmother who adored him greatly, Emma DiPietro.

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Christopher Charest

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