Christopher Ray Cagle, known affectionately to all as Chris, took his final bow on November 7, 2023. Born on October 5, 1973, in Tulsa, OK, Chris always had a knack for bringing laughter and joy to those around him. His infectious humor, coupled with a creative mind that never rested, made him an unforgettable presence in every room. Chris was not just the life of the party; he was the party. His humor, creativity, and zest for life made an indelible imprint on the hearts of those he loved. As Mark Twain once said, "The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter."\n\nChris was a proud graduate of Charles Page High School and found his professional calling in the petroleum industry as an Applications Engineer Supervisor. But it was outside the office where Chris truly shone. As a stand-up comedian, he had a unique knack for finding the humor in the everyday. He was also a tinkerer, a lover of rap music, and a man who found joy in working with his hands.\n\nChris is survived by his beloved wife, Dina Cagle of the home, his son, Caleb Cagle and wife, Kamiko Jackson of Sand Springs, his brothers, Paul Cagle of Osage and Jeff Cagle of Sapulpa, his sister, Kathy McCartney of Oklahoma City, his nephews, Cassidy and Colter Cagle, and his niece, Rachel McCartney. He is preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Gladys Cagle. His legacy will undoubtedly live on through his family and the countless lives he touched with his humor and creativity.\n\nWe welcome friends and family to share their memories and upload photos of Chris to the memorial page. Let's keep his spirit alive by remembering the laughter and love he brought into our lives.\n\nServices have been entrusted to the care of Dillon Funeral Service, Sand Springs, OK.