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Kristopher Cardona


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Kris 32 passed away in Santa Fe on Tuesday, June 10, 2018.
He was born November 1, 1985 to Penney Goodall Cardona and Sammy Cardona.
Kris is survived by his Mother, Penney Goodall Cardona; Fiance Michelle Egbert; Uncles William R. Goodall, Ernest Cardona, and Gary Beatty; Aunts: Wilma Goodall, Sally Beatty, Clara Cardona and Bonnie Allen; Cousins; Regina, Stephanie, Carey, Libby, Ruthie, Teresa, Ernie, J.C., Brad, and John.
He is also survived by his future in-laws Brad and Bobbie Ann Egbert, Jared and Tiesha Kallunki, Cameron and Natalie Egbert, Brett and Sarah Egbert, Ryan and Ashley Egbert, as well as many friends.
He was preceded in death by his Father Sammy Cardona on May 12, 2018; Maternal Grandfather William L. Goodall and Grandmother Peggie L. Goodall; Paternal Grandfather Cruz Cardona and Grandmother Chris Cardona Calacion.
Kris inspired confidence & Loyalty with all those who knew him. He was a loving son who looked for every opportunity to make his parents lives brighter & better. To his fiancé, he taught her what it meant to be truly loved as a partner & best friend. He left a light and love in this world that will never extinguish.
A gathering for Kris’s friends & family will be celebrated at Ballard Funeral Home on Saturday, July 14, 2018 from 4-6 pm.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory. An online registry can be accessed at www.ballardfuneralhome.com.

“I’m There Inside Your Heart”

Right now I’m in a different place,
And although we seem apart,
I’m closer than I ever was…
I’m there inside your heart.
I’m with you when you greet each day
And while the sun shines bright,
I’m there to share the sunsets, too…
I’m there with you every night.
I’m with you when the times are good,
To share a laugh or two,
And if a tear should start to fall…
I’ll still be there for you.
And when that day arrives
That we no longer are apart,
I’ll smile and hold you close to me…
Forever in my heart.

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