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Christopher D. DiLorenzo, 19

Christopher D. DiLorenzo, 19, of Mendon, died Tuesday, January 10, 2012, in the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester. He was born in Worcester, son of Donald DiLorenzo of Hopedale and Diane (Morelli) DiLorenzo of Mendon. He was the grandson of Virginia (Morill) Taylor of Hopedale and the late Christopher and Elsie Morelli. Christopher was a graduate of the Nipmuc Regional High School in Upton class of 2010 and was a member of the baseball and football teams. He attended Franklin Pierce College in Ringe NH where he was a member of the baseball team. He was currently enrolled at Worcester State University.   He was employed at Fish Inc. in Hopedale. He was an avid fan of all New England teams. His love for his family and nephews, Jase, Kingston Bailey and Mason was enormous.           In addition to his parents he is survived by one brother Jeremy Leavitt and his wife Tracy of Uxbridge, one sister Melissa Leavitt and her husband Andy of Whitinsville, several aunts and uncles Dwaine and the late Joyce Dean, Maureen and Art Belair, Christopher and Karen Morelli, Patty and Ronald Duquette, Tina and the late Billy Fredrick, Elsie and Nick Carlucci, Tracy Brooks, twelve cousins and  longtime friends Brianna Arcudi and Mike Bettano.           The funeral service will be held Monday, January 16, 2012 at 9 A.M. at the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. A mass of Christian burial will be held at 10 A.M. in the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church 7 East Main St. Milford. Burial will follow in the Sacred Heart Cemetery on Medway Rd. in Milford Calling hours are Sunday from 4 to 8 P.M.
           Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the Christopher DiLorenzo Memorial Fund Millbury credit union 377 Providence Rd. South Grafton Ma 01560

Guest Book

May your memory be eternal. Christ is Risen, Truly he is risen! May you be guided by the Bodiless Powers and your guardian Angel. I was so shocked to here this news and its strange I also see my family the Roches left a comment but I didnt realize they knew you. I spent so many days with you reading books and playing w the shepard! You were the most polite and caring kid besides my own son that I ever met. And your courage was very admirable whether its was riding your dirt bike in the back of Moms and all that or attending soccer games. Sincerely sorry to Melissa and Jeremy and Diane and Chris' Dad. Please try and stay strong and keep the faith. Even though at times it can feel hopeless and we can be angry at everyone and even blame God. God does not rejoice in the death of the living. Christ has trampled down death by death! Try and offer an Orthodox Liturgy for him. Itll be very memorable. There was a saying when in early church the Westerners went to Byzantium to observe the liturgy and they came back saying...We knew not whether we were in heaven or on earth but certainly God was there. It can really open our eyes and remember we are united in Christ offer all prayers through him and The Holy Spirit, Paraclete, Comforter will be with you! Sincerely, Justin!

Thanks for being the best Uncle anyone could have, you made me laugh. You always made sure Kingston, Jase, Bailey and I were always having, but we would being having fun when ever we were with you.
Mason Leavitt

my uncle was the best and no one can replace him
jase leavitt

Diane, I just read your son's obit. I am sooo sorry. My prayers are with you. I'm putting a hug in this note. So tragic. So young. Peace.
Lynn Madeira

Diane and family, Our sincere condolences to you all. We will miss Chris. We can't help but remember all those years of baseball games and soccer games and all-star games and ... He was truly a gifted athlete and a wonderful young man. Always a smile and a kind word. His spirit will live on in his family and friends.
The Gearys

Diane and family, our sympathy goes out to you and your family, Chris was a part of ours and always managed to make us laugh. His competitve drive was a joy to watch and coach. I will always remember his great attitude. He was a joy to know and we will cherish his memory. Lots of prayers and love to you all!
The Equi Family

Diane and family, I am so unbelievably sorry for your loss. Chris was one of those people who is genuinely kind of heart and genuine in his intentions. He had an infectious laugh and a smile that showed how truly he felt life. He always was ready to make other people laugh, and we will all miss him <3
Stephani Spindel

Diane, Don, and family. We will all miss Chris. I will always remember happier times coaching him in soccer. Always one of my favorites......I will miss 'Christofodo'.
Mike Campagna

Dear Diane, A piece of all of us is gone and can never be replaced or healed. Chris was such a charmer, a bright light with a beautiful smile. We enjoyed him so much and loved the wonderful baseball times we had with him. We are so grateful to have known him. We pray for you and your family to have strength and comfort during this time. #16 -Forever In Our Hearts
All Our Love, The Wood Family

Diane and Family, Our deepest sympathy to you. Chris was truly a friend to all and had a smile that lit up the room. I can remember him at the girls birthday parties and hanging out with them and being at our home. There are no words to express our sadness to you at this time but may your memories comfort you and know that Chris will be forever in the hearts of those who loved him.
The Cataldo Family

Diane, Melissa, Jeremy and family, our sincere sympathy to all of you. We are very sorry for the heart ache you all must be feeling. Chris was a fine, polite, and talented young man with a beautiful smile. We are blessed to have been a part of his life over the years. Please know Chris and your family will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. Sue, Dave, Shawn and Brendon
The Wilkinson Family

Our love and condolences to Diane, Melissa, Jeremy, Don and the entire Morelli family. Our hearts are broken for you and there are no words appropriate enough to express our sorrow over your loss. We will always remember Christopher as the adorable, sweet boy that he was. May the love of family and friends see you through this incredibly difficult time. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Much Love, Colleen, Dave, David and Ryan
The Carlucci Family

Diane and Family, Our deepest most sincere sympathy to all of you. Christopher was certainly an impact player; whether on the football field, the baseball diamond, in the backyard or even the basement! He certainly made an impact in our lives, Chris is such a big part of so many of our memories of that adorable group of boys!That smile is etched in our hearts and minds forever!Love to all of you, keeping you close in thought and prayer..Tom, Karen, Erin, Kevin and Meaghan
The Roche Family

Diane, we are aching inside with the pain of your loss. I remember all the rides with Chris and Matthew to the pop warner practices in Bellingham. He was the happiest and most charismatic boy I have ever met with the soul of an angel and a contagious laugh and smile not to mention.. an incredibly talented and gifted athlete. His absence in this world will leave a void in all our hearts forever. We love you !
The Smith Family, Lisa Smith

Chris was in my third grade class of 2000/2001...I remember his adorable and mischievous smile that he would flash at me as if to say, "I'm alright...I know what I'm doing...I've got this." He was 8 years old then. May God bless you and keep you always Chris, and may He comfort those you leave behind...
Alice Begin Gentili

Hi Donnie, IT's been a long time since we have spoken to one another.Steven has kept me updated with you and your mother for years. Iam so sorry to hear about your son and am sure if he was anything like you he was a great boy. At times we all lose someone we love, and that's the time to be stronger than ever.Im sure he'll always be on your mind and in your heart forever. Sincerely, Your friend Paul Zicolella
Paul Zicolella

Diane, I've always been grateful to you for sharing Chris with me. He was a third son to me and he made my time with him so special and so happy. I will cherish every memory of Chris...lake fun, hikes, ball games, sleepovers, and so much more. I am so very truly sorry for the loss we all suffer with. I love you.
Jennifer Dauley

Diane - Matthew, Eric and I are so sorry for your great loss. We are praying for you and your family.
Linda Coccola (Valianti)

Melissa and Diane our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May the love and support of your family and friends help you during this difficult time. THE FINNEGAN FAMILY

Diane - my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. I am here should you need anything (help, to talk, support, a hug).
Cheryl Eidinger-Taylor

We will always remember Chris watching the Nipmuc girls softball games after scoring a win for boys team. So handsome in his baseball uniform, and always a smile on his face. Chris always said hello to my family and made an attempt to talk to the parents who were watching the games from the sidelines. I am so very, very sorry. Thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this very difficult time.
The Perro Family

Our heavy hearts are with the DiLorenzo family. Time will not heal but, instead let your remember only the wonderful memories. You will always hold them close to your heart and laugh throughout the years to come.
The Demers Family - Upton

Dianne, Don & family - Our very deepest sympathies. We were blessed to have known Chris and will cherish each and every memory of all the times spent together. Joy, Paul, Jesse and Ryan Donohoe
Joy Donohoe

Diane, Don and Family, Sending our sincere condolences from North Carolina, I wish we could be there with you. Please know we are thinking of Christopher, and all of you wishing the news wasn't true. I can still see Christopher's handsome face in my mind, he was such a free spirit with a wonderful smile and infectious laugh. I can't imagine your pain and I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Sharon, Bob, Michael, Austin and Charles Thornton
Sharon Thornton

Christopher, I will never forget the first time I met you in Maine and we played Monopoly Jr. and then all the memories we have shared since. You will never be forgotten, I can promise you that. We all love and miss you tremendously.......#16 Forever
Tracy Leavitt

Chris, I will never forget you and promise to keep your memory alive. Thank you so much for being the best little brother anyone could ask for. I will never forget the all the times we shared......#16 Forever ~ I love you so much buddy!
Jeremy Leavitt

We love and miss you tons Uncle Chris! Thank you for always being there for us. We will never forget you.....#16 Forever
Bailey and Mason Leavitt

Chris , fun , sweet, always helpful, he will be always remembered and thought of often. He made me smile.
Jayne Boyd

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