Christopher C. Fry

February 8, 1966 - May 6, 2020

02/08/1966 - 05/06/2020

Christopher C. Fry, born February 8, 1966 died Wednesday, May 6, 2020 peacefully in Neffs, Ohio. Chris spent most of his adult working life as a forester for Glatfelter and most recently at Pennline, and was a Kentucky Master Logger. Chris had many hobbies including beekeeping, fly fishing, collecting antiques and Civil War memorabilia and hunting arrowheads. He also earned a BS in business management from Midcontinent University.

Chris was the only son of the late Charles “Bud” and Nancy Fry of Neffs, Ohio. He is survived by his two daughters, Sarah Fry and Abigail Fry both of Morgantown, Kentucky and grandsons, Ry and Kasen.

In keeping with Chris’ request there will be no visitation or services.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society by going to TMCFunding.

Share your thoughts and memories with Chris’ family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com

Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 441 37th Street Bellaire, Ohio.

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JoAnn Lindsey
2 years ago

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I went to MidContinent University with Chris. He was always Smiling and a positive influence. He enjoyed the outdoors. We have lost a dear friend and a wonderful and honest person. My prayers are with you.

John Kniesner
2 years ago

My family knew Chris from the ice cream shop in Bellaire. We celebrated my son’s birthday there which included his grandparents. Chris was always cheerful and added to the joy of our visits to his store. God Bless.

Tammi Schreiner
2 years ago

So many great memories were made being great friends with Chris. He was such a great guy with a caring heart. So sad to hear of his passing.

Mark Stackhouse
2 years ago

I am saddened to hear that Chris has passed. I was Chris’s supervisor at ACRT for two years. It only took about two minutes to see the quality it in Chris. He was a great employee but an even better friend. I will miss our conversations. May God bless you all and bring you peace!

Terry Brinker
2 years ago

Forever a member of the Big Reds wrestling family. A friend and very special person in so many peoples lives. Thanks Chris.. RIP

Bob Ney
2 years ago

To Chris’s family , I was sorry to learn of the passing of Chris. Bud and Nancy were lifelong friends of ours and I can remember when Chris was a kid hanging around the insurance office in Bellaire. Nancy worked in my office until she retired in her later years and that was the last time I spoke with your father but I followed him on Facebook and saw the pictures of all of you and the grandkids. I hope all those fond memories you have of your Dad will help ease the pain of your loss. He was a very nice person, may God hold you and he in the palm of his hand

Melissa McCorkle-Oakley
2 years ago

I have so many fond memories of growing up with Chris. I know he was so proud of his girls and his grandsons. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing.

Tammy (Henry) Mansfield
2 years ago

Chris was my best friend for many years in high school and college. I remember meeting him at his ice cream shop in Bellaire and all the fun times we had.
My heart is crushed and my prayers are with Sarah and Abigail. Your daddy was a true man!

Kathy Sechrest
2 years ago

My memories of Chris were when he was a kid. His Uncle Bucky lived next door and he used to visit pretty often. I just wanted to give the family my sympathy.

Ronnie Doty
2 years ago

I am very sad to have gotten the news of Chris passing away , I didn’t know he was ILL , my memory of him is that of a young lil boy , his pap Thornton lil buddy , and Bud and Nancy’s lil boy . Chris ! Go rest high on the mountain may god bless you and watch over your family and say hi to them from Ronnie