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Christopher Andrew Haugen

June 18, 1987 — May 21, 2024

Christopher Andrew Haugen passed away May 21, 2024 at the age of 36 due to suffering a devastating brain aneurysm. Christoper was born June 18, 1987 in Reno, Nevada to Karen Marie Lawson and Kevin Charles Haugen. He lived in Nevada until 1998 when they moved to Utah.  

Christopher graduated from Clearfield High in 2005. After this he became a chef for Gia’s in Logan, Utah before starting at Staker Parsons. He worked for them for several years as an equipment operator, a job that he absolutely loved. He made many friends with Staker Parsons and was considered a valued member of their team. He will be forever missed by this company along with the many friends that he made during his employment with them.  

Christopher met the love of his life Amber in August of 2010. They married on October 15, 2016, in Las Vegas Nevada. Although he did not have any children of his own, he became a stepfather to Elizabeth and Livingston Brown. He jumped into this role with no hesitation to provide, protect, and love Amber and their children unconditionally.  

Christopher loved to play video games which enabled him to become friends with many other gamers across the world. He loved camping and going anywhere in nature that he could park his trailer. He was a huge San Fransisco 49ers and San Fransisco Giants fan, following them religiously.  He enjoyed barbequing with his family and friends as often as he could. His favorite place to visit was Lincoln City, Oregon where he traveled to several times with Amber.  Most importantly he loved to spend time with Amber, he was a very devoted husband to her, he enjoyed doing things that he knew would make her happy.  

Christopher had a very close relationship with his mother as well. He was often helping take care of her after she became ill from Parkinson’s Disease. He was frequently heard saying that he never wanted to lose his mother or Amber, the two most important women in his life.  

Christopher loved being outside, he dedicated a lot of his time making his home beautiful and welcoming. His yard was always immaculate and well taken care of.  He recently built a chicken coop for chickens they were planning on adding to their home.   

Christopher is survived by his wife Amber Haugen, his two stepchildren Elizabeth & Livingston Brown, Father Kevin (Lori) Haugen, Mother Karen (Dennis) Barton, sister Michele Haugen, Brother Ryan Haugen, Grandmother Marianne Castro Lawson, and many other people that he loved so very dearly.  

He is preceded in death by his Grandparents Elmer and Nola Haugen, his uncle Kirk Haugen, Aunt Connie Haugen, Aunt Kathy Haugen, Grandparents June and Coleman “Bud” Lawson.  

Viewing Services will be Saturday May 25, 2024 at 10:30-11:30 am. This will be followed by a memorial service at 12:00 pm at the Allen Hall Mortuary located at 34 East Center Street, Logan Utah 84321. There will be no graveside services as Christopher will be cremated.  We are requesting that flowers be sent to Allen Hall and any monetary donation to be sent to his wife Amber Haugen.  

Memories and condolences may be shared and expressed at www.allenmortuaries.com
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