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Christer Andre Haugsoen

01/09/1976 - 02/01/2019

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Born in Bergen, Norway, on 9 January 1976, beloved son to Fridtjof Rune and Barbara Evenson Haugsoen, Christer Andre Haugsoen passed away on 1 February 2019. Christer lived in Bergen, Oslo, California, Salt Lake City, and Virginia.

Christer, an Eagle Scout, graduated from East High School in 1994 and joined the Navy in 1998, serving on the USS John C. Stennis aircraft carrier and at Naval Submarine Base New London. He married Barbara Rose Fredrick in July 2002 and lived in Virginia Beach for many years. Graduating from culinary school, Chef Christer loved cooking and hosting an annual Fourth of July barbecue. In May 2017 he received a BS degree and was pursuing an MBA from Westminster.

Christer’s parents, stepmother Jane, siblings Jorgen, Ana, Kari, Rune Erik, and Jens, niece Kristina, and dog Nora will greatly miss him.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 11:00 am at Larkin Mortuary, 260 E S Temple, Salt Lake City. Visitations will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 6, from 5-7:00 pm and Thursday at 10:00 prior to services. Interment: Salt Lake City Cemetery, 200 N Street.

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  • Christer always had a friendly smile and kind words. I don’t recall Christer being critical or complaining, even after his skiing accident that left him with broken bones in his neck. I believe his greatest gift to our family was service; he accompanied Mom Betty when she visited us in Claremore and he assisted in moving / delivering Mom Betty’s worldly possessions to various location in SLC – just to name a few. Christer will be missed by his family & friends. We will miss you Christer. Love, Gayle & Jim.

    — Jim F Evenson
  • We, family Titlestad, feel very sorry
    For missing a very warm and sweet
    Boy friends, the oldest off. Family
    Haugsoen. We remember him as a wonderful little boy, with a very nice smile, and happy eyes.
    We will put him into the heart, and keep him there.
    Now we will be more closer to Barbara and the rest of the family, in a short time they have loose to wonderful and important person, in their family.
    Love Kjekk and Bente, and family.

    — Titlestad, Kjell and Bente
  • Chef Christer has suddenly left the kitchen (of life) without warning and without fanfare. We are very saddened and feel helpless in that heartfelt goodbye’s were not exchanged which would have softened the hurt of his departure. Christer was making major achievements in his life and was making great progress. His curiosity of all things found him seeking many ways to learn and help others. Chief among his talents was cooking that was most recognized by family and friends. So here is a little fanfare from his Uncle and Aunt that not only was his smile and wit always appreciated, his kindness and closeness to family was genuine. We will miss him.
    Lynn and Carole Evenson

    — LYNN B. EVENSON

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