On May 21, 2019, heaven needed a strong protecting angel. At the age of 44, the Lord called Christopher Thomas Ayala of Madera, to join him and his loving grandparents, cousin’s and Aunt's and Uncle's. Christopher was born to Richard and Pamela Ayala on October 3, 1974 and raised in Madera. Once in a lifetime you will meet someone who will be by your side no matter what, they would defend you, and be there at a drop of a dime to go do anything you needed. That person was Christopher Thomas Ayala. He would do anything for anyone; he was a protector of his family and friends. He never cared or was ever scared to go and help you with any situation. He was brave, but most of all he had a big heart and all he ever wanted was for people to know that he cared. I know without a doubt everyone did. He always wanted to make his family proud and the only way he knew was to make sure we were all safe. He truly loved his family with all of his soul and he loved his friends, they were family to him.
His greatest accomplishment was being a loving father to his son CJ, an amazing big brother, son and grandson. He loved being able to take care of his grandpa Marcello and his grandma Angelina Ayala. He never forgot his roots and all the extended family in his life, or his childhood friends, and no matter what he would always greet you with a smile. He was a tough person with a heart. No matter what was going on in your life, rather it be a high tide, low tide, or a bumpy ride, his loyalty never went away. Christopher; will still be here with us know matter what protecting us always.
Christopher was preceded in death by his grandparents, Valton and Claudine Perry, Marcello and Angelina Ayala all from Madera, CA.
He is survived; by his son, Jacob "CJ" Ayala his parents Richard and Pamela Ayala, his sister, Stacey Ayala and brother Andrew Ayala, all of Madera, CA and Countless loving aunts, uncles and cousins.
Visitation will be held at Jay Chapel, on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 from 12:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. followed by a Recitation of the Rosary at Jay Chapel, at 4:00 P.M.