In Memory of

Christopher

Nocera

Obituary for Christopher Nocera

THE CASEY FAMILY IS HONORED TO BE CARING FOR AND ASSISTING THE FAMILY OF CHRISTOPHER NOCERA


Proud Veteran, U.S. Marine Corp

WATERBURY – Christopher Nocera age 46 of Waterbury, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by the love of his parents and family after a valiant battle with cancer.

Christopher was born on February 19, 1974 in Waterbury, the son of Janet and Francis Jalbert. He graduated from Kaynor Technical High School, served in The United States Marine Corps, and graduated from The Culinary Institue of America. Christopher channeled his creative energy further and became a hair stylist and owned his own salon.

Christopher had a passion for life and left an impact on everyone he met; how could he not, his smile was infectious. He was the first person to help someone in need and would quickly respond with, “I know someone”. He was an avid golf player, enjoyed the game of tennis, and he loved to root for the New York Yankees and the Miami Dolphins. He dabbled in photography, worked for the Big Green Pizza truck, and loved going to the casino; you could find him at the Blackjack table. He was a Fourth Degree Knight for the Knights of Columbus, Sheriden Council..

Left to honor Christopher’s legacy and memories besides his parents are, his grandmother, Irene Albert, his siblings; Joseph R. Nocera IV, Dawn Cronin and her husband Frank, Linda Eiler and her husband Karl, and Dan Jalbert. He also leaves behind his daughters, Mia and Ella Nocera, his aunts and uncles, his nieces and nephews, and close friends.

Funeral services for Mr. Nocera will be held at the convenience of his family. Casey’s Eastside Memorial Funeral Home and Cremation Services have been honored to assist the Nocera family during this difficult time. To honor Chris’ memory donations to Smilow Cancer Center PO Box 1849 New Haven CT 06508. giving@ynhh.org , Memories endure only if you share them so you are encouraged to leave an on-line condolence, words of comfort or a personal memory with the Nocera family on Christopher’s tribute page at www.eastsidememorial.com.