Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
In Memorial

BONSELL, Christopher A.

CHRISTOPHER A. BONSELL, age 36. Loving father of Christian. Dear son of Aimee Bonsell and Anthony Thomas. Dear brother of Steve, Talia, Jake. Anthony, Adam, and Julian. Dear grandson of Dorothy Thomas. Best friend of Lonny. Dear nephew and cousin.

Memorial Visitation: Tuesday, June 17, from 5-6:30 pm with a 6:30 service at Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (between Ridge and Snow).

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  1. Aimee, only time can heal your broken heart. I pray that knowing that Chris is no longer in pain and sits with Jesus Christ offers you some comfort.

    Your loving friend always,
    Rosie

  2. to you the family Aimee Jake and Adam I amsorry to here of your loss and praying that strength from God is surrounding you all now i love you and here for you.

  3. Anthony,

    I offer my condolences for your lost. I pray for healing for you and your family’s broken heart and spirit. Although Christopher is absent from the physical I believe he is at rest with the All Mighty, and that knowing that brings some comfort to your soul.

  4. Aimee my heart goes out to you and the rest of your family. Words can not express how truly sorry I am. I hope with God beside you you are able to bear the pain in the days that come and find some peace in the happy memories you have of Chris. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Our prayers and thoughts are for you, Anthony, Aimee and Family. I cannot be with you in person, rest assured that the Goodness of the Lord, and the mercy of a gracious God will strengthen you today and in the days ahead.

    May the peace that God alone can provide be with you always.

    Your Cousin,

    Herman Thomas and Mary Thomas, wife and family,
    Albert “Bubby” and Vance “Sonny”

  6. Dear Amiee and family, I was saddened apon hearing that Chris had passed away. I’ll aways will remember Chris as he was when we were in Boy Scouts together. Chris would act tuff than he would give you a big grin. I know that he sometimes he would drive you nuts when he would lash out at the world, he was just trying to find out where he fit in. Now his soul is with God,his troubles are over and you will know that he’s at peace. God be with you in your time of need.

  7. My brother Chris was such a great guy. There were so many things I wanted to say at the funeral but I was a mess that day. Next to June 12th, 2014 that was the hardest day of my life. But I don’t even know where to start. Chris was the best big brother I could ever ask for and still is! He would always take me n Jake out to drive go karts, he taught me how to work out, how to shave, he gave me advice about girls…in a lot of ways Chris was like my dad since my father passed away in 2000. He was such a influential part of my life. My love for Tupac and Bone Thugs~N~ Harmony stemmed from him. He was just such a deep, intelligent, opinionated person. He was also by far the toughest, bravest man I have ever met. In my 24 years of knowing him, I’ve never even seen him cry. I just know that Chris still had so many plans in life. Its crazy he had to leave so soon. Most of all I know he misses his son Christian. That is his pride and joy. I’ve had so many deep conversations with him….I just wake up every morning thinking that this can’t really, seriously be true. But I have to stay strong for him and the rest of the family cause that’s what he would want. I think about him constantly but I honestly believe that I will see my big brother again someday. R.I.P Big Brother 2/3/1978-6/12/2014

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