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Christopher Antonio Beretta

It is so hard to capture the essence of a complicated and creative individual in so few words, but speaking in his terms.

On August 7th 2015 the world lost a beautiful soul. At the age of 36, Christopher Antonio Beretta, born on June 29th 1979, past away. He lived an exciting life fighting off the zombies that plagued the Earth, and enjoyed drinking fine wine to unwind his day. He was an artist and loving father. When he passed, his soul was greeted by Debra B. Clark (mother) with a shake of the head for not being able to conquer his arch nemesis, the Zombie King. He was then taken in with open arms to begin his next training in the afterlife, to free the minds of those corrupted by the evil scientist who created the zombie plague. He left his legacy to live on through his beautiful daughter Percilene and two sisters Danielle and Adrienne. Chris had an amazing sense of humor, even in the hardest of situations he could squeeze out a laugh. Being a father was his highest calling. Something about the love of native cultures, art of every kind, reading, learning the ways of living off the land, and being outdoors gave him passion to keep growing and exploring what this world has to offer. We can remember this warriors battles and beautiful spirit by gathering his tribes to share the tales of his most epic adventures and treasured memories. We feast in his honor.

The gathering will be held on Saturday, August 29th at Tanner Park (2760 South 2695 East Heritage Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84109) at 1PM. We encourage those that are local to pay your tribute to his prowess as a chef by bringing your finest culinary delight or a drink to toast him with .

In lieu of flowers we ask that you help to directly contribute to Perci's education (in zombie massacre of course). Please visit The Dancing Moose Montessori School ( select the Lake Park, West Valley location and enter "Percilene Kiyo Beretta - tuition" . If you'd prefer, a check can be mailed to the school with Perci's name in the notes field.

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