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Christopher N. Brennan

Christopher N. Brennan Obituary
Christopher N. Brennan, age 65, known to family and friends as Chris or Buzz passed away on June 18, 2019 due to complications from a heart attack. He is survived by his loving wife, Cynthia "Sippy" Woodhead Brennan, and his adoring twins, son Ryan and his daughter Jamie. He is also survived by his siblings and spouses, James (Alice), Margaret (William), William (Laurie), and niece Jennifer, and nephews James and Christopher. He was predeceased by his brother, Timothy.

A native of Old Westbury, New York, Chris attended Tabor Academy ('72), Lehigh University ('76) and The Tuck School of Business ('82). His investment career began as an analyst at First Boston Corporation. After attending Tuck, Chris joined Merrill Lynch and moved to Manhattan Beach, California. He finished his career at J.P. Morgan Securities. Chris was an original thinker, loved investing, and remained highly engaged in the market enjoying daily bantering with his family and friends on any topic of the moment.

Chris was a great man, a wonderful husband, father, son, brother, brother in law, uncle, cousin and best friend to so many. He lived life to the fullest and brought everyone along for the ride. An avid golfer, Chris was a member of the Los Angeles Country Club. His early years at Camp Hawthorne in Raymond, Maine remained a major part of his life. He and his family vacationed there every year and enjoyed all water sport activities on Panther Pond. He loved baseball playing catcher, loved the Yankees and Giants, and skiing at Mammoth Mountain.

Memorial Donations in memory of Chris can be made to the James A and Margaret Brennan Scholarship Fund at Tabor Academy or the Chadwick School Outdoor Education Program in Palos Verdes, California.

A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held at a later date in Raymond, Maine.
Published in The Beach Reporter on June 25, 2019
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