Christian S. Derbyshire, inventory manager in Dining Services, died on December 20, 2015, in Auburn, Maine.
(The following appeared online at brackettfuneralhome.com, Dec. 21, 2015):
Brunswick – Christian Steven Derbyshire, 57, of Brunswick passed away on Sunday, December 20, 2015 after bravely fighting lung cancer at the Hospice House of Androscoggin in Auburn, ME.
He was born of June 18, 1958 in Salt Lake City, UT a twin born to Catherine D. Lynch, to parents Glenda B. (Bonneru) Derbyshire and Joseph Jensen Derbyshire.
Christian attended Brunswick schools and later managed at U Haul. He worked as Inventory Manager of Dining Services for Bowdoin College. Christian also gave a seminar on being a Disc Jockey at Bowdoin College.
He had a special love of biking, and rode many miles a day instead of driving a car as an environmental advocate. Christian spent many days on recreational bike trip throughout New England and beyond. As a lover of music, Christian designed and built high end speakers in his own business for audiophiles, including patenting the Frequency Response Matrix. He was also a singer/songwriter and especially enjoyed playing “Desperado” on his guitar along with other Eagles songs.
Christian was predeceased by his father Joseph J. Derbyshire, an infant sister Mary Elizabeth Derbyshire and “Uncle” Joe Webb.
Besides his wife Lucy (Stoll) he is survived by his mother Glenda B. Derbyshire and her partner Brian Damien, his sister, Catherine D. Lynch and two nephews, Steven Joseph Lynch and Sean Michael Lynch.