Chris Doerue

Chris Doerue, age 24, passed unexpectedly on May 8, 2022, Mother’s Day evening. Chris was born October 17, 1997, in Peace Camp, Ivory Coast to Augustine and Annie Doerue and traveled to America at age six.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Stake Center, 2101 N. Coulter. Interment will follow at Llano Cemetery East.

The family will hold a PRIVATE viewing from 1:00-5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

The family will receive visitors on Tuesday May 17, from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at Lighthouse Funeral Chapel, 3707 Wolflin Ave. The family requests that NO PHOTOS OR VIDEOS be taken in the funeral home.

Chris led a very active life growing up. As a young teenager, he spent a vast amount of time schooling his brothers in basketball in the front yard. Chris attended Wayland Baptist University on a basketball scholarship and majored and obtained his Associates degree in Criminal Justice.

Chris devoted his life to God and feared only Him. He was the least selfish person and dedicated his time to always make sure others were protected. His family saw him as a hero to the world. Chris always worked hard to help others win. In the humblest of ways, he strived to succeed in life for his mom, his family, and his friends. We can hear his voice always saying, “When I win, we will all win!” No matter the situation, Chris conquered all with the kindness of his heart, and his bright and shining smile. As we lay Chris to rest, we do it holding on to all of our amazing memories and knowing that he is with us as our guardian angel. #LLCRue

Chris is survived by his parents, Augustine and Annie Doerue; his brothers, Junior Doerue, Alpha Doerue, King Doerue, Stone Doerue, Prince York, and Vee Saryoung; sisters, Tina Gibson, Beauty Doerue, and Blessing Doerue.  He is also survived by ten nephews and seven nieces.


  1. Tirone (Stovey) Stovall

    I love you bro we go way back and you taught me so many things growing up I miss you this don’t even feel real but just know long as I’m here I’m gonna be there for king and the family you were like a big brother I never had and I can’t stop crying and life without you will never be the same my boy I love you CRUE22 always and forever rest in paradise my boy

  2. Pat

    Chris always use to come to the apartment after school with my brother KT and the first thing he would say when he walked through the door was “do y’all have some kool-aid” and if we said yes then asked what flavor. The door was always open for him!

  3. B Harley

    This world been spinning different since you left is bro. Wasn’t ever a time you didn’t check up on anyone. From the first time I met you to the brother you are now you were always the one that would give your last dollar to someone in need or the shirt off your back. Much love CRUE22. Hold our seat my guy. The legacy you left will live on.

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