Christopher Michael Perry Czora died February 28, 2021 at home. To all of his family & friends, he was known as “Fish.” Most of them didn’t even know that he had a first name! Visitation will be Thursday, March 04, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Chancellor Funeral Home in Byram and again Friday, March 05, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. until the hour of the service at 11:00 a.m. Interment will follow at Springridge United Methodist Church Cemetery. The Czora family requests that masks be worn during the visitation and services. An Executive Sous Chef, Fish was a man with a passion for cooking. His ability to combine flavors to create amazing, tasty dishes was a gift. He was a gentle giant and enjoyed being able to create delicate & beautiful dishes. He was a leader--through his own life experiences, he had a way of understanding people. He used this gift to build people up, to encourage and motivate them to be the best they could be and not to worry about what others thought. His passion for his family was immeasurable. He loved being Uncle Fish to his nephews, Noah & Blake and to his niece, Autumn. When he wasn’t working, you could find him visiting with his cousins, working on his project car, or making adjustments to his truck or his house. He lived with his two best friends, Violet (or “BB”, as he called her) and Tanner. No man loved his dogs more. For those that knew him, the world now has a 6’4” size hole in it. Remember him with smiles, laughter, and joy. Christopher was preceded in death by his father, Michael; sister, Alisha; Grandma Way-too-far & his Grandpa Czora. He leaves his mother, Karen (Tommy) Fehn; sister, Emily Grace; nephews, Noah & Blake; niece, Autumn Alisha; brother, Neil; grandmother, Virginia; Grandpa Way-too -Far; Granddad; Uncle Tom & Aunt Nancy, Uncle Donnie, Uncle Mark & Aunt Kathi, Uncle Tom & Aunt Debbie, Uncle Tom & Aunt Dawn, Aunt Deenie & Uncle Robbie; and cousins, Jason,Jamie, Kyle, Donnie, Jared, Rachael , Jeannie, Holly, Dani, Dylan, Jakob , Hannah, Freyja & Niomi on Earth to share his memory and his legacy of kindness and generosity. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to www.dyrk1A.org/donate. .