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Christopher Angelo Martinbianco

July 14, 1965November 18, 2020

Christopher Angelo Martinbianco, of Burton, Michigan, passed away on November 18, 2020 at 55 years of age.

Beloved husband of Taresa; loving father of JacQuelyn Martinbianco (Steve Naccarelli), Jaimie (Doug) Meyers, Jonathon Martinbianco, Raina Dennis, and Matison Dennis; proud grandpa of Hazel, Olive, Marlee, Jaxon; dear son of Shirley and the late Harry Martinbianco; brother of Mary (Bill) Waugh, Joe (Maria) Martinbianco, Tom (Stannette) Martinbianco, Carol (Mike) Newland, Patricia (Jack) Stapish, Ralph (Suzi) Martinbianco, Gina (Steve) Heffner, Dino (Julie) Martinbianco, and Tina (Ted) Whitney. Chris is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family members.

Chris was born on July 14, 1965 in Flint, Michigan. He proudly worked at Martin's Hardware for many years, and enjoyed fishing, hunting, and all the episodes of Gunsmoke, but his pride and joy shown in his granddaughters.

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Andy Furno

November 22, 2020

I was truly sadden to hear of Chris's passing. Living next to the hardware store we were there often and it was always great to see his smiling face.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Martinbianco family during these difficult times.

The Furno Family.

Shirley Martinbianco

November 22, 2020

To my sweet loving ang happy son Chris, may you rest in peace. And you will be always in my thoughts and prayers. Miss you very much.My love always, Mom

Chris Burcar

November 22, 2020

So saddened to hear about Chris.

My thoughts and condolences are with Traci and the entire Martinbianco family.

R.I.P. my friend, you will be missed.

John Hall

November 22, 2020

He always was joking around in school and at the hardware store. I only saw him one time after school. At the house he lived at on Christner Street. He was out mowing and I was racing by on my dirt bike and saw him. I stopped and talked for a bit. I always wanted to go back, but lost track of time. I have nothing but good memories of him. God Bless Lots of Love Sincerely John D Hall

Michael Waugh

November 21, 2020

I can remember as a youngster going to grandma martainbiancos home and uncle chris being so upbeat and friendly to me . More recently seeing him at grammas party and uncle chris catching up with myself and my mom and dad I will always remember his down to earth personality and kindness. My heart goes out to the whole martianbianco family

Debbie Arnesen

November 21, 2020

Traci and kids, I'm sorry to hear about Chris. Kevin and I are thinking about you and your family.

Gary Zoromski

November 21, 2020

Been many years since i seen u chris.may you rest in piece my freind you will be missed 😁🙏

Bob Walls

November 21, 2020

So sorry to the Martinbianco family on your loss of Chris. I always enjoyed talking to Chris at the store and was always amazed of his ability to work on motors. I always thought he was a great guy all the way around.

Stephanie Slezak

November 21, 2020

We are thinking of all of you and are sending our love and prayers. We love you !!

Randy Arndt

November 21, 2020

It was with great sadness I learned of Chris passing. We didn't hang out much, but I always enjoyed talking to him about hunting or fishing when he worked at the hardware and I'd stop in for supplies. I remember him as being helpful, upbeat, and happy to serve his customers. We were about 8 years apart, so I never got to know him in school, but we shared many mutual friends from the neighborhood. Rest in peace brother. My condolences to the family and his friends.


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