Christopher Nicholas Turner, born in Sacramento, California, on April 29, 1994, passed away on June 28, 2021. Christopher was born to his parents Beverly Ann Goseyun Turner and Donald Troy Turner. Christopher was one of nine siblings and attended Fort Thomas High School and after became a chef and grew to become an incredible cook. One of his favorite things to do was to make meals for his family. Christopher had two children, and the birth of Ocean Sahye Turner and Marley Celine Turner was some of the best moments of his life, along with the relationship he grew with Celeste Pham. \n \n You could find Christopher skateboarding, cooking, listening to music, and attending church in his free time. He was described as being very giving, hardworking, and being a free spirit. He took care of his Dad and was positive and uplifting while doing so and while doing anything of life's tasks. He was always smiling and always joking and laughing. One of Christopher's quotes was: "Be willing to believe in anything that is good." You could also hear him saying a quote from Albert Einstein that goes like: "Your imagination is more important than your knowledge." Three words that could sum up Christopher's life would be giving, great father, and genuine. He will be dearly missed. \n \n He is survived by his children, Ocean and Marley Turner, his parents, Donald Troy Turner and Beverly Ann Goseyun-Turner, and his siblings Sarah Goseyun, Dawn Turner, Troy Turner, Tyrone Turner, Derrick Turner, and Micahel Turner.\n \n A wake will be held on Thursday, July 8, 2021, at 4:00 p.m. at the Josh Cruz residence. Services for Christopher will be at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 9, 2021, at Stanley Hall, with Interment immediately following at Navajo Point Cemetery, Bylas, Arizona.\n \nServices are cared for by McDougal's Caldwell Funeral Chapel located at 112 E. Main St. Safford, Arizona 85546, 928-428-1740.