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Chris J. Cinciripini, 62

Chris was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, and friend. He passed away from Covid related pneumonia on January 8, 2021.

He is survived by his wife of 39 years Karen (nee Cosma); his children Matthew Cinciripini and Nicole (Jeffrey) Luedloff; and four grandchildren that adored him more than the stars, Mason, Jaxson, Olivia, and Ava. He is preceded in death by parents Hank and Pat.

Chris taught his kids the importance of treating others with respect whether they deserved it or not. He taught his son the proper and respectful way to treat women and he showed his daughter how a deserving man should treat her. He always wanted the best for his kids and nothing less.

Chris has 4 grandkids that just adored the hell out of him! He loved spending time with them and being involved as much as he could. He loved attending school events or sports activities to cheer them on. He beamed from happiness when they were all together!

Chris enjoyed lots of hunting and fishing trips with his dad, brothers, and his son at their family cabin. He owned a few boats over the years and enjoyed taking trips out with his family and friends. Game nights with the crew were always filled with laughs. He may have been quiet but he was always taking everything in around him and then he’d surprise you with the funniest comment when you’d least expect it.

Most of the time you would find him wearing flannel. It could be a shirt or pants. Never at the same time of course but boy did he enjoy his flannel! Over the past few years this became a running joke and most gifts included something of the flannel sort.

Chris enjoyed working with his hands and figuring out a way to make things work. They may not always be the right way but by golly, he was determined to get it to work!

It’s said a man’s friendships are one of the best measure of his worth and in that Chris was a rich man. You could ask anyone who knew Chris, their life was better because he was part of it.

There will be no funeral or services at this time but there will be a celebration of life this summer.