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Christopher Bell

Christopher Bell

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019
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It is with great sorrow we announce the passing of our son, brother, and uncle, Christopher Mathew Bell. Chris, a Corrections Officer and life-long resident off Millis, MA, died unexpectedly from a heart attack on Tuesday, January, 29th at the age of 42. Chris is survived by his parents, Sandra and Andrew Bell of Millis, MA, his brother Michael Bell and his wife Cheryl Englehardt of North Andover, MA, his sister Amanda Regan and her husband Michael Regan of Medway, MA, and his cherished nieces and nephew, Emma, Ava, and Nolan Regan.

Chris was born on October, 24th 1976 in Stanford, CA and grew up in Millis, MA. He attended Millis High School, and attained his associates degree in Criminology and worked as a corrections officer at MCI Cedar Junction in South Walpole, MA. Chris had always had an interest in civil service and criminal justice, to be able to help others and serve and protect in his community.

Chris was a lover of all things big and small. He loved animals, especially his dog Cooper, whom he would take on hikes at the Ashland State Reservoir. He loved fishing, cooking, grilling, playing the guitar, and earlier in his life playing the drums. Most of all, the light of Chris’ life was spending time with his nieces and nephew. Whether he spent time with them at the house, taking them to the movies, sneaking them candy, or just being there to watch them grow. Chris wanted to share his love of life with all close to him by sharing what he loved most, sharing himself selflessly.

Visiting hours will be held Tuesday, February 5th from 10am to 12pm at the Roberts Mitchell Caruso Funeral Home, 15 Miller St, Medfield. A Memorial Service will be held directly afterwards at 12pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in Chris’s name may be made to: Medfield Animal Shelter, P.O. Box 271, Medfield, MA 02052
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 | 10:00am - 10:00am
    Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 10:00am - 10:00am
    Roberts Mitchell Caruso FH - Medfield
    15 Miller St
    MEDFIELD, MA 02052
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  • Service

    Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 | 12:00pm
    Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 12:00pm
    Roberts Mitchell Caruso FH - Medfield
    15 Miller St
    MEDFIELD, MA 02052
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  • Interment

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Leeann Bravo

Posted at 10:30am
I am so sorry for your loss! Chris was always one of my favorites!

Arron Hurtt

Posted at 02:12pm
I was devastated to hear the news. Chris was more then a friend to me he was a brother. We have had plenty of laughs and adventures together. I would have to say our best adventure was a time chris and I decided to drive to New York.. nothing like getting lost on the turnpike with Chris and ending up in New Jersey. Yes we did finally end up in NY and had a day of laughter and exploring. My truest and deepest sympathies to all of the family....Chris you will always be loved and never forgotten!

Dan Carey

Posted at 09:28am
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Chris' sudden passing. Though I hadn't spoken to Chris in a number of years, one of the benefits of growing up in Millis, is that we all still feel connected in some way. Chris was a great teammate on the football field, tough kid and great competitor. Thoughts are with his family during this very difficult time.

David Sperandio

Posted at 06:45am
Chris....I am crushed that you have left us. My student, my player, my friend - unsung hero of Millis Football. Never to be forgotten.

Gretchen (Schulz) Barrett

Posted at 11:37am
So sorry to hear about Chris. Too young! Thinking of you all.

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