December 21, 1966 ~ August 16, 2020

Born in: Cleveland, OH
Resided in: Wadsworth, OH

Christopher G. Bochkor, age 53, passed away suddenly August 16, 2020.

Preceded in death by his parents Richard and Margaret, Chris is survived by his brothers, many cousins, nieces, nephews, friends and extended family.

Chris served in the US Army and was deployed to Iraq during Desert Storm. Chris worked at Goodyear as an Engineer and with them traveled to many parts of the world. Chris loved life and had many adventures including mountain climbing and going on several cruises with family.

Chris will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Calling hours will be Monday, August 24 from 4-7pm at Hummel Funeral Home, 3475 Copley Rd Copley, Ohio 44321. Private service will be held on Tuesday at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery.


Visitation: August 24, 2020 4:00 pm - August 24, 2020 7:00 pm

Hummel Funeral Home - Copley
3475 Copley Road
Copley, OH 44321

(330) 253-6126

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  1. Chris – it has been an absolutely joy to know and love you as the kind, gentle, sweet soul that you were. You will be very missed and never forgotten. Lauren & Steve

  2. We were looking forward to your visit, but now we are heart-broken for the loss. We will always remember you and cherish the memories. Love, Don & Marianne Widdows

  3. heartbroken to hear this, you are an amazing person and always been kind to people. I will keep you in my memories and prayers.

  4. I worked with Chris at Goodyear and all i can say is that he was a GREAT guy to work with. He was always calm and collect and always made the right decision. RIP good man !!!!

  5. I worked with Chris at Goodyear in Americana Plant, Brazil, I still don’t believe it. Great professional and more than that, a great guy, kind, attentive, difficult to understand. RIP Chris.

  6. Chris was a good, kind and wise man. At our Memorial Day pool party Chris took a nap on our hammock. He later asked me how often I did the same and I told him in the eight years of living here I had never had the time. Chris responded “if I had this backyard and a hammock under the trees, I would be taking advantage of this every chance I got; life is too short”. These words resonated then and even more so now.

  7. I had the privilege of working with Chris in Global Engineering CCST and Global Manufacturing IT for many years. He was always learning something new and very helpful. We traveled to many Plants – Brazil, Chile, Fayetteville. He was a hard worker, but also knew how to have fun and enjoy life. He loved sampling beers from various locations. He had a sense of humor. He was a great guy and will be missed. Praying for his family. Cherish the memories. Brenda Krager Reppa

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