Christopher Fetzeck

June 4, 1973 ~ December 27, 2023 (age 50) 50 Years Old

Christopher Fetzeck Obituary

Dr. Christopher Fetzeck, 50 of Bridgeport, West Virgna, and formerly of Warren, PA died unexpectedly on December 27, 2023 in West Virginia 
He was born in Warren, Pennsylvania on June 4, 1973 the son of the late Patricia and Charles Fetzeck.

Chris is survived by his brothers Charles (Alexis)Fetzeck and Cody Fetzeck, Maddie Fetzeck (niece), Chase and Cameryn Fetzeck (nephews), and numerous other family members.
Chris achieved a variety of academic goals in- cluding graduating from Warren Area High School, 1991; Mansfield University, 1996 (Criminal Justice Administration, B.S.); Mercyhurst College, 1998 (Justice Administrations, M.S.); Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2006 (Administration and Leadership Studies, Ph.D.)
Chris was both a Cub and Boy Scout and earned his Eagle Scout Award in 1991 (Chief Cornplanter Council) by leading a project to restore the former North Warren Playground where he had previously spent some summers of his youth. He was also a volunteer firefighter with the North Warren Volunteer Fire Department in the mid-1990s.
Chris enjoyed many interests in life including spending time with family in the Warren area and at the former family camp in Wetmore or at Wildcat Park in Ludlow, spending time with friends in Penn- sylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia that were like family, studying military history (especially the World War II Service of both of his Grandfathers but also that of other family members during that time and in combat theaters since), enjoying the out- doors in general, fishing, hunting, automobile and firearms collecting, attending car cruise-ins and
shows, visiting museums and county fairs, and building personal computers. In his younger days, Chris played baseball, basketball, and studied martial arts.
Chris was most recently employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and prior to that with the National Drug Intelligence Center. He was proud to have served in this capacity and was honored to have met a variety of professionals, some with whom he became friends and colleagues, throughout the country during his career. Chris also felt blessed to have visited so much of the country during his service.
At his request, there will be no viewing. A celebration of his life will be held by family members and friends at their convenience.

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