Chadwick Stetson Kingrea, 32, of Stuart, went home to be with his heavenly father on Monday, October 14, 2019. He was born on October 5, 1987 in Palm Beach County. He is survived by his parents David and Francine Kingrea of Morristown, Tennessee, Charlene Joannides Kingrea of Stuart, Florida, and his sister Chandra Kingrea of Maynardville, Tennessee, and his brother Stephen Ball Jr of Radford, Virginia. Chad loved spending time with his two nieces, Libby(5) and Merica(6). He enjoyed being with friends and family at his favorite spot in the world, DuBois Park in Jupiter. His most passionate hobby was fishing, especially when he caught a shark in 2017, He loved to play golf with his dad. Chad had many joys including animals, skateboarding, and the beach. He will always be remembered by his love of people and his smile that was present whether he knew you or not. Chad will be remembered for his mischievous, teasing ways to friends and family. His parents knew he was destined to be a special kid. Chadwick Stetson was chosen for his name because of the meaning “warrior.” During his recent hospitalization Chad truly showed the “warrior” inside of him to be evident. He became a true hero to his family, the medical staff, and doctors that served him.
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