Sending our love and deepest sympathies for your loss of Christopher. I remember him as a child and have such fond memories of you all as our neighbors and friends. How proud you must be of his life accomplishments. Praying for your strength during this difficult time.
So sorry for the passing of Christopher. He has come up in my thoughts over my life more than one would think. Ex: a young co-worker complaining about his finances and he missed a week of work because of the flu... I would shut many people up when I spoke highly and righteously about friends of mine confined to wheelchairs who get up every day and find positive in our world and their everyday life. So proud of the passions and convictions he had, and his sincerity in his way of speak. Truly a gentleman, and truly will be missed. Hang tough Golden's.
I am so sorry for your loss. Christopher was a good man. He is with our Lord now. God Bless Him!!
I am so sorry to hear of Christopher’s passing. My sincere condolences. I was so impressed while reading all of his accomplishments - I know he will be greatly missed. I still remember times when we visited the Goldens on Rahway road in Edison and spent time with Elisa, Bobby, Susanna, and Christopher. Such great memories.
Dixie, please know that the entire Barletta family are sending love and prayers to you and your family. We know that this is an impossibly difficult time for all of you. We pray for Christopher and May he Rest In Peace and let perpetual light shine upon him.
Mary Pat, Karen, Bitzy and Tommy
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
My time spent working with Christopher was such a pleasure as he was kind well educated generous & respectful. A man who constantly empowered and encouraged others while fighting his own battles. Such a honor to know Christopher. Sports was our conversation 'go to' Yankees, Penguins and of course our Cowboys. I would walk into his room saying How about them Cowboys after a great win.
In memory of Christopher Marsh Golden, Daria Maxey lit a candle
To the Golden Family, I am deeply saddened by the passing of Chris. Growing up with your family as neighbors in Edison, I have such fond memories of all of the Golden children. As the years passed and we moved to different cities, I kept up with the family through Elisa. Chris was an extraordinary young man and was such a positive person. Despite the challenges he had to face, Chris always had a glowing smile on his face and was a productive and intelligent man. I pray for peace and comfort for your family during this very difficult time. Heaven was ready to gain a new angel when Chris passed. God's love and comfort to Dixie, Elisa, Robert and Susanna at this time. Love you all.
In memory of Christopher Marsh Golden, Louise and Lana lit a candle
“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”--2 Timothy 4:7-8
I will forever remember Chirs as a man of unwavering faith who lived his life with grace and dignity. He was a devoted son, a loving brother/brother-in-law, and a wonderful Uncle. I will miss that bright smile, the warm welcome when we walked in the door, and those lively discussions around the table. You finished the race, Chris, and crossed the finished line into heaven. You are forever in our hearts. We love you.
Uncle Chris was not only a loving uncle, he was also one of my best friends in the world. He got me into sports and taught me the fundamentals of the games when I was young and now I’m very passionate about it because of him. I use to call him every Sunday to talk about the latest sports games. He was also a good Christian and taught me a lot of valuable life lessons.
Chris had incredible strength all his life. I will miss the intellectual debates. He was 10-20 years ahead in his thinking. I will miss his sports analytics.
Chris has incredible strength for his medical condition. He fought so hard for so long and was so incredibly bright when it came to the understanding the real world. His ideas and wisdom were 10-20 years ahead of his time.
I will miss the intellectual debates. I will miss his sports analytics.
I am so grateful to call you my godfather and my uncle. I had so many amazing childhood memories with you that I will cherish forever. You taught me to have faith and appreciate the blessings in life. Thank you for being so kind to me and my brother. I know God has welcomed you into heaven with open arms. I love you.
Uncle Chris was kind, smart, and faith-filled. He loved his nieces and nephews and was a wonderful uncle. We will miss you Uncle Chris - your welcoming smile everytime we visited, your love for for Cowboys and Yankees, and your love for your family. Now you're at peace. Greeted in heaven by Grandpa, who welcomed you home with open arms. Love you!
Chris was the kindest and most loyal a friend anyone could have ever hoped for and wherever Christ is, that is where Chris is. His love will be a comfort to me forever.
I love you Brother! You will be missed. You were much more than a brother you were my friend. Go Yankees! God bless you.
I can't imagine my life without you, my dear brother Christopher. Although I know you are in a better place free of pain and struggle, my heart is heavy but I will think of your radiant smile and carry on with memories to comfort me.
We will be together again some day and we'll both run through the garden in paradise.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.