OBITUARY

Christopher C. Bain

April 22, 1971April 20, 2021
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Christopher C. Bain- April 20, 2021. Beloved son of Paula Sommer (late David) and the late Larry Bain; dear brother of Larry, Joseph (Jill) Bain; step brother of Kevin Noack; step son of Sandy Zimmer and Frank Noack; uncle of Tyler, Lauren, Logan and Madison Bain; also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins and close family friends. Friends may call Tuesday April 27th, 3-7 pm at the Dengler Roberts Perna Funeral Home 3070 Delaware Ave., Kenmore where a Celebration of Christopher's life will follow at 7pm. On line condolences to www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 27, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Memories

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Jenna Prims

April 27, 2021


Chris was a friendly face, a smile, and a laugh when I needed one. He was one you could count on to make a bad day better. I enjoyed our chats even though he'd get in trouble at work for leaving his machine, he continued to visit me and share stories with me regardless. My deepest condolences to his friends and family. Rest in Peace Chris ❤️

Wendy Patterson

April 27, 2021

REST IN PEACE CHRIS. YOUR WERE ALWAYS ONE OF MY LITTLE BROTHERS. YOU ARE TRULY GOING TO BE MISSED. FLY HIGH WITH THE ANGELS SWEETHEART ❤

Dejay Corallo

April 27, 2021

After I heard about what happened to Chris, and how much he endured in the hospital I cried, just like my sister's Bonnie, Maria, and Amber, he was family. Amber Metz, Mike Cash and I were in disbelief that we were losing such a big part of our lives. Even though we all so different, like the way we dressed, music we like and even girls (completely different lifestyles), we were still the best of friends and hung out together through our pre teen and teen years. He always seem to make things easier for everyone. When things seems to have no way to work out he would find way and make it fun and memorable.
I am saddened that we lost touch over the years, sad that I miss time I could have spent with him and even more sadly missed not being there for his last moments.
I am honored to have had the chance to have known such an honest, caring, loving and true to himself stand up guy. No one will be missed like I will miss you, Chris!

Sandie & Keith Severn

April 26, 2021

Dear Paula,

I would like to express my deepest sympathy on the death of your son. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

Sincere sympathy,
Sandie Severn

Susan Boos

April 25, 2021

Hugs and prayers to all of Chris’s family and friends. I remember him as a young man hanging at the farm. RIP

Gale Parman

April 23, 2021

Chris was a very funny, friendly, interesting guy. I knew him from work and he was one of the first guys on the floor to show me the ropes. I will greatly miss his holler when I passed his machine .. I will greatly miss his friendly ways. He was an awesome dude.

Chris McGonnell

April 23, 2021

There are so many great memories. A giant in stature, character, and most of all in his heart. Loyal to a fault, always there if I needed a hand, and generous in so many ways. I will truly miss that booming laugh, enormous presence, and commanding personality. Rest easy, Sunshine.

Charlene & Paul Zablotny

April 23, 2021

May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.

Bonnie Brown (Corallo)

April 22, 2021

Where to start, I have so many! Chris was part of our family, he was like a brother to me. We fought like Brother and sister and supported each other the same. He and my brother met in 8th grade where they became attached at the hip along with Mike Cash. As the older sister and same age as Chris we all got to be great friends. He really loved to torcher me by taking my teddy bear that has a plastic heart in its chest with a Velcro pouch anytime he could he would rip it out, hold up the high and yell "Quasimoto"! I would jump and try to get it from him but I was way too short. This went on for YEARS. He did that even when he came to visit me in FL 20 yeas later, I still have that bear.
I will never forget the time he tied a blue streamer around his head, slam danced with my brother in the living room and stained his forehead blue. He yelled at me for letting him turn himself into a Smurf.
One of my fondest memories was when we went on a cruise together with my ex husband in February 2002. We ate in the dining room (It was fancy - getting him not to wear a baseball cap and jeans was fun) he told our personal waiter that if he saw his plate getting close to empty just bring him more meat (prime rib) then he followed up with none of that green stuff ONLY MEAT!
He was one of the greatest loving caring people I know and I am so happy to have these memories that I will cherish forever. I know we will meet again and laugh together.
Lot of loving memories,
Bonnie Brown (Corallo)

Bill & Norma Chapin

April 22, 2021

Chris was in our wedding, He was such a caring person. So sad to hear he has passed so soon 😢

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