Northborough – Addiction IS NOT a character flaw. It is an illness; one that will grip a person and inflict an unimaginable torture upon the individual, his or her family and the community.
Christopher P. Canderozzi and his brother Tyler D. Canderozzi grew up in Florida and Georgia before settling in Northborough, Massachusetts. Both were beautiful boys who grew into handsome young men. Articulate, intelligent and loving, their futures were bright and promising. Together they played youth baseball and soccer. Tyler also enjoyed tennis. In 2010, after the death of their father, Carl J. Canderozzi, the family relocated to Northborough.
Their journey into addiction began in Georgia, as the brothers entered their teenage years. Exploration into the many facets and varieties of additive substances fed the desire for more. After the move to Northborough, Tyler would continue onto Palm Springs, California. On September 19, 2022, at an age of 33 years old, his journey ended.
Christopher continued residing in the Northborough and Boston areas. On January 16, 2023, at the age of 35 years old, Christopher’s own journey came to a close.
Surviving Christopher and Tyler is their mother, Susan L. Parry of Northborough and their sister, Alyssa Canderozzi – Owen and her husband Garrett of Atlanta, Georgia. They also leave their uncle Dana Parry and aunt Karen of Dover, New Hampshire.
Services are private for both Christopher and Tyler. Please remember Christopher and Tyler by donating resources or volunteer time with a local addition treatment facility of your choice.
“Christopher and Tyler, my beautiful babies, I hope you have found the peace you both deserve.” Love, Mom.
Assistance has been provided by Hays Funeral Home, 56 Main Street, Northborough, MA. www.HaysFuneralHome.com.