Suddenly, at home on May 21, 2021, at the age of 38, Christopher Glenn Lawlor, the beloved son of Sam Lawlor and Sarah Hays-Lawlor of Bloomfield. Cherished twin brother of David and loving brother of Sarah Jane (Kevin) and Jamie (Kerri). Dearly loved grandson of the late Bobbie (Johnston) and the late Judge Glenn Hays of Goderich and the late Marjorie (Baskin) and Hugh Sparks of Stittsville. Christopher will be greatly missed by aunts, uncles and cousins. Nieces Annah, Camille, Ava, Sophie, and nephew Jack adored their fun-loving Uncle Chris for his spontaneous nature and creative adventures. Christopher earned an Honours BA from Brock and a Bachelor of Education from Lakehead. He was a devoted elementary school teacher. In particular, Chris loved teaching and coaching the students of CML Snider in Wellington. Christopher personally loved creating many forms of art and eagerly shared this passion with his students. As an athlete, Chris was a team member of several All Ontario fastball and All Ontario hockey champion teams. Chris was an avid golfer and a longstanding member of the Picton golf course, where he managed to “Ace” holes 2 and 18. It wasn’t just luck, as he would also on occasion shoot under par. He held “County Records” for several decades in various field events. His infectious smile and hilarious sense of humour brought joy to all. Donations to the County Food Bank would be gratefully appreciated, and would reflect Christopher’s love for sharing his cooking talents and honour his pride in and love of “The County”. In respect of Covid restrictions, a family service will take place at Whattam’s Funeral Home. Christopher will be laid to rest in The Quaker Cemetery in Bloomfield. An open invitation will be extended to a celebration of Christopher’s life at a later date with details to follow.