This online memorial was created in loving memory of Krisstoffer Jefferson, whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign Krisstoffer's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember Krisstoffer forever.
Krisstoffer, affectionately called Kriss by his family and friends loved life. Kriss entered into this world on March 3rd 1982.He was my precious baby. He had to fight to remain in this world from birth. He was born one month premature and had to be placed in an incubator for one week. I spent every waking moment at the hospital and refused to leave him alone. He was lovingly taken to his new home in Mt. Pleasant, West Bay where he was welcomed by his little brother George, who loved him so very much. Kriss was a very active and loving child who became his grandmothers Marilyn Jefferson and Treaty Parsons' pride and joy. Throughout his young years Kriss spent a lot of time at his grandmother, Marilyn's house where he loved to watch his grandfather, who he lovingly called "fadda" and his grandmother "gram" prepare their famous "Chef John's Barbeque". When he was thirteen years old, he lovingly welcomed his little baby brother Jace into his life. He was Jace's "bobo" and was always there to protect him. Kriss and his sweetness captured his great grandmother Rosena's heart, he would always visit with her, and whenever she visited our home Kriss was always there to fix the pillow under her head or to lovingly ask "mowo can I make you some lemonade?" I can see her now as she smiled and placed her arms around his waist, looking up into his face, with a loving smile, she would affectionately say "that would be nice Krissie." Kriss's weakness in life was he trusted everyone and could only see the good in people, which was what ultimately led to his tragic end. Kriss loved music, so was it any wonder, that on December 29th 2002, Kriss was chosen by God to join his heavenly choir.