Christopher's Mother, Judi Lewis, says he wanted to give back to others, remembering him as a caring person who would light up a room, singing new songs every day.
Chris earned a Make-A-Wish Foundation trip and began raising money for other kids.
He passed away from a brain tumor at nine years-old, and his community fund-raises for Washington County Hospice and the Make-A-Wish Foundation in his name.
"After his surgery, he walked up to one of his doctors, actually I walked up to the doctor. He said, 'so doc, how was your day?' There he is, full of tubes and everything else, and cared about her. He was an amazing, amazing child; he didn't worry about his own illness, he cared about everyone else," says Judi Lewis, Christopher's Mother.
Christopher's family say they've raised more than a thousand dollars for Make-A-Wish and Washington County Hospice.