Christopher Patrick Chris Landrum

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Christopher Patrick "Chris" Landrum

January 27, 2019

Christopher Patrick Chris Landrum Christopher Patrick "Chris" Landrum, 46, Live Oak, FL passed away on Sunday, January 27, 2019. The Gainesville, FL native moved to Live Oak in 2010 from Monticello, FL. Mr. Landrum worked for Suwannee County School System for 3½ years, prior to that he served with the Suwannee Correctional Institution in Live Oak as Warden. He started working with the Florida Department of Corrections in 1992 and while there he worked with eight different institutions before reaching Warden. Chris was a member of First Baptist church in Cross City. He loved the Lord as well as his family, especially his grandsons: Kasen & Kyler. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and loved the Florida Gators. Chris especially enjoyed telling funny stories about times reminiscing with his Granddaddy Holifield. He was considered by many as a great leader which strived to make his co-workers feel loved and appreciated. Mr. Landrum is survived by his wife of 12 years: Nichole Landrum, Live Oak, FL; father: Pat (Elizabeth) Landrum, Chiefland, FL; step-father: Randy Robson, Cross City, FL; two daughters: Shelbi Nicole Landrum, Live Oak, FL, Taylor Nichole Barnes, Tallahassee, FL; two sons: Colby Patrick Landrum, Ormond Beach, FL, Ty Edwin Johnson, Cross City, FL; brother: Daniel Landrum, Cross City, FL; step-brothers: Chase Robson, Cross City, FL, Tanner Robson, Steinhatchee, FL; two grandsons: Kasen Colby Ward, Kyler Christopher Bispham; step-grandmother: Mimi Robson; mother-in-law: Barbra Harless; two nieces: Kyleigh Landrum, Chelsea Landrum, two nephews: Luke Landrum,Logan Landrum and also his beloved pet Wylee. He was preceded in death by his mother: Marsha Lorene Holifield; maternal grandparents: Donnie & Mary Maxine Holifield; paternal grandparents: C.P. & Marion Landrum and step-grand-father: Franklin Robson. Services will be held at 11:00 am Thursday, January 31st at First Baptist Church of Live Oak with Rev. Phillip Herrington officiating. Interment will take place at 3:00 pm in Cross City Cemetery in Cross City, FL. There will be a visitation held on Wednesday, January 30th at Daniels Funeral Home from 5:00-7:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Suwannee County School Board, 1729 Walker Avenue SW, Suite 200, Live Oak, FL 32064, in honor of Chris' leadership of the Transportation Department and it's employee recognition program. Contributions are requested to be sent to the attention of Debra Ross.
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Vivian Pyle
Feb 03, 2019
Chris seemed like a wonderful man with lots of love for his family, friends and fellow man. Comfort to the family and we will meet you there, Chris
Charlen
Jan 31, 2019
When I heard the news I instantly thought of the many spiritual conversations Chris and I have had. He recognized that we all have a spiritual need. May Jehovah continue to be with the family during this difficult time remembering that He is the God of all comfort. His promise in John 5:28,29 will be fulfilled! His promises will come true Joshua 21:45.
Jack
Jan 30, 2019
May the promise recorded at Acts 24:15 bring comfort to you and your family during this extremely difficult time . Very sorry for the loss of your beloved.
Amanda Williamson
Jan 30, 2019
Mr. Landrum was a kind hearted man. He always cared how his employees were doing. He bent over backwards for us because he loved us all and treated us with love. We were his extended family at the school. Mr. Landrum left us all to soon. Mrs. Landrum and family. He was a kind hearted and we'll loved man. I pray that your family can find peace and closure. During rough days to come. Just always remember we are always here for the family.
Haddie and Donald Mann
Jan 30, 2019
We will miss you forever. Thank you for making me smile in my heart everytime I was around you. May You Rest In Peace My Friend. 🙏
Christene Scrivens
Jan 29, 2019
I only met Chris when I started to work for the School Board. He was always so happy he made you feel welcome. I will truly miss him. Praying for him family and friends.
Anonymously
Jan 29, 2019
Although I only knew him a short amount of time, he made a big impact on my life. Was always so kind and fair. He is missed. Continued prayed for friends and family.
Pete F.
Jan 29, 2019
Chris will be always remembered as a great leader setting the example of leading from the heart. The very first day I shook his hand I felt like a better person. Rest in Peace Chris, go with God.