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Denver, Colorado mourns the loss of a vibrant soul, Christopher “Lee” Moreno, who passed away on February 4, 2024. Born on September 25, 2004, in Denver, Colorado, Lee was a beloved son, sibling, artist, and friend to many. His departure has left an indelible mark on the hearts of those who knew him.
Lee was the cherished child of Christopher Howard Moreno and Michelle Mae Moreno. He brought immense joy and love into their lives, and their bond was unbreakable. Their guidance and support shaped Lee into the person he became, and their love will forever echo in his memory.
In addition to his parents, Lee is survived by his siblings, Job Christopher Abeyta, Simon Christopher Avila, Savannah D Avila, Jordan Andrew Moreno, and Mikaela Nicole Moreno. Lee's love for his siblings was immeasurable, and their shared experiences created a tapestry of unforgettable memories.
Lee's presence extended beyond his immediate family, as he was an integral part of the community. A devoted follower of Santa Muerte, Lee found solace in his spirituality and shared his beliefs with those around him. Through his membership in this organization, he found a sense of purpose and unity.
Music was a cornerstone of Lee's life. He possessed a unique collection and had an unwavering passion for all genres. Whether he was headbanging to death metal or embracing the elegance of classical music, Lee's love for music was infectious. His artistic abilities extended beyond the realm of sound, as he was an incredible artist. Proficient in various art forms, Lee mastered the use of different tools to create breathtaking pieces. Drawing held a special place in his heart, and his talent shone through every stroke of his pen or brush. Additionally, Lee's skills extended to the world of makeup artistry, where he showcased his creativity and transformed himself and others into works of art.
Lee was known for his ability to transform his look effortlessly. One moment, he resembled a rebellious death metal rockstar, and the next, a captivating runway supermodel. His love for self-expression through fashion and style was unparalleled. Lee's courage to be true to himself and embrace his ever-changing identity was an inspiration to all who knew him.
Above all else, Lee cherished his family and friends. His love knew no bounds, and he consistently encouraged those around him to be the best versions of themselves. His compassion and unwavering support created an atmosphere of love and acceptance. Lee was a guiding light, reminding us that our greatest strength lies in uplifting one another.
Friends and loved ones are invited to celebrate Lee's life at the Drinkwine Family Mortuary, located at 999 West Littleton Boulevard in Littleton, CO, USA. The celebration of life will take place on February 23, 2024, at 1:00 PM / 3:00pm providing an opportunity for all to come together and pay their respects to a remarkable individual. We will be having Lee's favorite Mexican food. Please feel free to bring a dish.
In honor of Lee's memory, the family kindly requests donations be made to the following online platform https://gofund.me/644ce622 or the donation link above.
Christopher “Lee” Moreno will forever be remembered for his infectious love for music, his remarkable artistic talent, and his unwavering compassion for others. His departure leaves a void in our lives, but his spirit will continue to inspire us. Let us cherish the memories we shared with Lee and strive to carry forward his message of love, acceptance, and self-expression.
May his soul rest in eternal peace, forever casting a radiant light over all who knew and loved him.