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Subject: Stuntman Christian J. Fletcher

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Date Posted: Sunday, March 21, 11:23:02am

Christian James Lose Fletcher
1968 - 2021

Christian James Lose Fletcher, 52, was born on October 30, 1968 in Van Nuys, California and resided on the Isle of Palms, South Carolina with his Fiance;. He left this world and entered his heavenly home on March 10, 2021, while working on location in Wilmington North Carolina. Christian worked in the film industry for over 30 years, mentored by legendary Stuntman Ronnie R. Rondell, who Christian considered his second father. Christian learned Stunt Rigging under Kenny Bates and Christian became one of the most sought after Stunt Riggers in the movie industry. Currently working under Peter King and alongside his dear friend Jimmie Lee Sessoms on his latest movie, Christian left this world doing what he loved the most. Christian is survived by his children, who he adored more than life itself, Lilly and Robbie Lose of Mount Pleasant; his fiance;, Heather Mullins and her daughter, Sailor Staiger, of Isle of Palms; and his mother, Patricia Lose of Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Christian was preceded in death by his father, James Lose. Christian leaves a legacy of love and redemption. He has left behind wonderful memories of a loving father, partner and friend. His faith meant everything to him and he loved spreading the good news of Jesus. He spent his days off riding his bike to feed the homeless pizza downtown and would give anyone the shirt right of his back. Knowing his love for Jesus and that he is finally at peace in his arms, is a blessing to us all. We are grateful for each and every day we got to feel his love, see his huge smile and for the lessons and immense love he shared with us all. We will miss him more than words could ever express. Christian would often say these words and I think he would want to have them said here: "Tomorrow will be more beautiful than today, that's what love would do." J. Henry Stuhr Funeral Home is honored to serve the Lose family. A private celebration of his life will be held on the Isle of Palms, South Carolina. In lieu of flowers, a college fund will be set up for his children at SunTrust bank. A memorial message may be sent to the family by visiting our website at www.jhenrystuhr.com.

Published by Charleston Post & Courier from Mar. 16 to Mar. 17, 2021.


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