Christopher Guarasce

Obituary of Christopher J. Guarasce

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Christopher James Guarasce, 51, of Syracuse NY, (formerly of Clearwater FL) passed away unexpectedly on July 10, 2021. Chris was a 1988 graduate of Liverpool High School. His employment always focused around landscaping, grounds & maintenance and construction. He is predeceased by his parents Richard & Linda Guarasce; Maternal Grandparents Lloyd & Carleen Gerhardt; and Fraternal Grandparents William & Mary Guarasce. He is survived by his Children Kailey, Molly and Sean Guarasce of Florida; Brother and Sister In-law Richard & Deborah Guarasce of Cicero; Sister Shauna Guarasce of Syracuse; six Grandchildren Riley, Annabelle, Liam, Ella, Jaxson & Koda all of Florida; Aunts Mary Ann (Harold) Field of Marcellus; Sharon (Alan) Conklin of Liverpool ; Marilyn Howe of Pulaski ; Nieces & Nephews Dominick, Lauren, Mya, Zachary, Myshaun and A'my; Cousins Sandy, Mike, Tom, Cristy, Jill, and Josh; and Wife Kara Guarasce of Port Richey Florida. Services & Burial will be private. Chris will be laid to rest along side his parents in Woodlawn Union Cemetary, Sandy Creek, NY. The Family would like to thank everyone for their condolences. Chris will be missed by his Family & Friends.
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1970 - 2021

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