Christopher Michael (Boomer) O'Guin

Born on May 19, 1983

Departed on May 16, 2019 and resided in Ashland City, TN

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Christopher “Boomer” Michael O’Guin – Age 35, passed away May 16, 2019 in Nashville, TN.

He is preceded in death by his mother; Debbie O’Guin. Boomer is survived by his loving wife Tina O’Guin; children Harmony O’Guin, Shelby Simms, Wynter O’Guin and Connor O’Guin; Father, Sammy O’Guin; Sister, Jennifer O’Guin; Brother-in-Law Jayme Hunt; Nephews Rolley Hunt and Ryan Hunt; and a host of extended family.


Boomer loved sports especially baseball. He even coached little league for many years. He enjoyed playing golf, woodworking and making things with his hands. More than anything Boomer loves playing with his children and spending time with his family.


In 2014, Boomer made the decision to become an organ donor after witnessing his father-in-law, Tommy’s gift of receiving a liver transplant. Through Boomers own gifting, he was able to save the lives of six individuals. He will forever remain a hero in the many lives he has saved as well as his family’s.


Pallbearers will include: Jayme Hunt, Rolley Hunt, Ryan Hunt, Chuck Donald, Jeff Perry and Jeremy Tidwell.


A Celebration of Life Service will be held 1:00 P.M. Friday, May 24, 2019 at West Harpeth Funeral Home with Bro. Jerrie Barber officiating. Burial to follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens.


Visitation with the family will be held Thursday from 2:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M. & Friday from 10:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. prior to the service at West Harpeth Funeral Home.

7 Comments to Christopher Michael (Boomer) O'Guin

  1. Gary Richards says:


    There are no words to describe how sorry we are for your loss. We haven’t seen each other in years but we still have great memories of our time on Laredo Ave. and the friendship we shared with ya’ll. We remember when our kids would all play together, they had wonderful times!

    Take care and again we are truly sorry about Boomer’s passing.

    With the deepest sympathy.

    Gary and Carolyn Richards

  2. Rachael mangrum meeler says:

    Boomer was such an awesome friend and had such an amazing heart. He will be always remembered and loved. I will never forget his smile that could light up the room. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of hurt.y good guide you through these hard times. I’m so very sorry for your lose. But I tell you what anybody that had the chance to come across boomer was the lucky ones. I’m so glad I had the pleasure of knowing him and loving him.

  3. Clara Gail Cole says:

    How can I say goodbye to such a wonderful nephew. He always amazed me with all his skills. He could do anything he put his mind too. Oh and what an artist he drew beautifully. His heart was as big as anyone I’ve ever known. He was a child of God. I remember when he was growing up Sammy had him in church every Sunday and through the week too. That is why I know he is with our Lord and Savior. I just can’t imagine how that must feel. Our hearts are breaking and the tears never seem to stop and we’re jealous because we want and need him here. We also knew that the Lord sent him to us to learn the many things he must know that one day he would return to him. I was there the day he came into the world and I was there when he left. My life is richer just for having him here thirty five years. May you receive peace just knowing how much he touched all our lives.
    “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.”
    [Revelation 21:4]

  4. Lucille Cunningham says:

    Tina I can’t even begin to say the right words to ease your pain. I know you loved him and he loved you back and you are going to have a long road ahead. You are by far one of the strongest women I know and he is going to continue to live through you and his children. My sincere condolences. Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
    ~ Matthew 5:4

  5. Martha Jordan says:

    Tina, i am so sorry for your loss.. I can’t imagine your pain. May God always continue to bless you and comfort you and your family during this difficult time and time to come. Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family always. God bless you!

  6. Brandon says:

    I’m very sorry to hear about your loss. Losing a loved one in death is such a difficult thing to cope with. Especially at such a young age. My heart goes out to the family and friends of Christopher during this time. Cherish the good memories with him. Please find comfort in knowing that God views death as an “enemy” and will act to end it forever (1st Cor 15:26). God’s Word also promises a time in the future where we can all have a hope of seeing our dead loved ones again (John 5:28,29). A beautiful hope. Take care.

  7. Skylar dawn mangrum says:

    I miss you so much boomer you were like a father figure towards me i will never forget the times when i braded your hair at the park or the way you just lit up the ball park i miss you so much and i loved you ao much it is so hard to have said goodbye but i know you left happy and loving everyone around you i miss you so dearly and i cant wait to see you again one day my angel father i lov eyou so much fly high boomer .🙏🙏

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