Kenneth C. Tolmie 1964 ~ 2006 Kenneth C. (Chris) Tolmie, passed away suddenly July 23, 2006 at his home in Spring, Texas. Chris was born July 31, 1964 in Salt Lake City to Kenneth and Kara Congdon Tolmie. He was raised in Salt Lake City where he graduated from Brighton High School as a Sterling Scholar, and went on to attend the University of Idaho where he earned his BS degree in Chemical Engineering. Chris was united in holy matrimony to Selena Overstreet March 30, 1996 in their home in West Valley, UT. Shortly after their marriage Chris moved his family to Houston, TX to continue his professional career in the petroleum industry. Chris was the Water Group Products manager for Petreco Process Systems, a division of Cameron Corporation. He was considered an industry expert in water treatment and technology, and was the inventor for several water treatment technology U.S. patents. Chris had a passion for his yard, fishing, golf with his buddies, and the annual Craw Fish Boil at the river. He loved children, having fun with friends, and an incredible love for his family. His laughter and deep voice will be forever missed. He is survived by loving wife and best friend, Selena; his son, Joshua, who is currently serving in the U.S. Air Force; parents, Kenneth and Kara, Nampa, ID; brother, Craig (Denise) Tolmie, Prather, CA; father and mother-in-law, Dennis and Emmanuella Overstreet; brothers-in-law, D. Michael Overstreet, Patrick (Evelyn) Overstreet, Nathan (Dacia) Overstreet, Derek (Wendy) Over-street, Christopher (Mindi) Oversteet; and sister-in-law, Sarah (Jay) Colby all of SLC, UT; as well as aunts, uncles, cousins, many nieces and nephews. A celebration of Christopher's life for friends and family will be held 3:30 p.m. Thurs, Aug 10, at the Alpine Country Club, 4994 W. Country Club Dr, Highland, UT. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
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