Feb. 16, 1985-Sept. 4, 2018
Christopher was born February 16, 1985 in Anaconda to Mark and Katrina Bomar. Sadly, Chris left us in the early morning hours of September 4, 2018.
He had an immediate and lasting bond with his mother and grandmother. Chris had his mother so well trained she even brought his coffee to his car. “Fur,” as he was nicknamed by his Grandma Debby, had grandma wrapped around his finger so well that he was even referred to as “Prince” by his uncles. He respected and looked up to his father, Mark, always wanting his approval above all others. His bond with his sister, Heather, was unparalleled. They spend tons of time together causing each other grief and even making their mother bald.
He has the biggest, kindest heart and cared about everyone. Chris shared his love when he expanded his family by marrying Nicole on Sept. 20, 2012. Chris and Nicole spent many good times together creating memories that will last a lifetime. Chris had a smile that melted hearts and allowed him to get his way. He loved spending time with his kids, his friends, his best buddy and other special cousins, and his entire family.
Growing up, Chris attended schools in both Anaconda and Helena.
He enjoyed fishing, traveling and trying new things. His most recent interest was mountain biking. He loved attending Spring Training in Arizona to get his baseballs autographed. Chris was faithful to his sports teams, the Dallas Cowboys and the Boston Red Sox, no matter what their record that season. Chris spent free time playing Madden on PS4 with his friend Jon. Occasionally when Chris was gaming late at night he would catch his nephew online when he should have been sleeping.
He was always a very hard worker and devoted himself to each job. Chris’ job at Marks Lumber was a blessing. He was treated like a member of their family. He was supported in all aspects of his life and they never gave up on him no matter the circumstances. Chris’ coworkers became a second family to him.
Most recently Chris worked at Bridger Steel and formed new friendships there as well.
Christopher is preceded in death by his maternal great-grandparents Lawrence and Dorothy Skocilich, his maternal grandfather Williams Smith, and his paternal grandmother Joann Bomar.
He is survived by his wife Nicole, children Jadyn (Mom Cassie), Jordyn (Mom Taylor), Calin, Evan, and Aubrey (Mom Nicole), his parents Mark and Katrina Bomar, sister Heather Bomar, grandparents Cecil and Debera Hill, Hank and Marie Bomar, mother-in-law Terri Byrne, Uncles Tony (Sherry) Smith, Keith Smith, Curt (Dana) Hill, nephew Tyven, nieces Marque, Azelyn, and Xana, special friends Jon Nilan and Davon Blackwell, and numerous other family and friends.
Chris will be dearly missed by his family and friends. You may pay your respects at his celebration of the life service to be held Sept. 13, 2018 at noon at the East Helena Fire Department at 2694 Valley Dr. There will be a reception to follow.
In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to the Christopher Bomar Memorial at Wells Fargo to benefit his children.