of Mountain Home, AR
September 6, 1954 - June 14, 2022
Mr. Christopher Paul Steinhiser, 67 years, 9 months, 1 week and 1 day old of Mountain Home, Arkansas passed away Tuesday, June 14, 2022 in Mountain Home, Arkansas. He was born on September 6, 1954 in Butler, Pennsylvania to parents, Paul and Marie (Questaux) Steinhiser. Chris made his living as a tool & die maker for 34 years of his life and on his free time, He enjoyed almost every sport and was a huge Steelers fan. He enjoyed playing baseball, hunting of all kinds and water skiing. Chris is survived by his daughter: Virginia (Robert) Wyble; one son: Christopher "Trevor" Steinhiser; two grandchildren, Briar and Fallin Wyble; four brothers, George, Doug, Keith and Lynn Steinhiser and one sister, Frances. He is preceded in death by his parents; his wife Cheryl (Magiera) Steinhiser and two brothers, Paul and Dennis Steinhiser.
Chris was an absolute gem of a person. He's been not only my brother in law but my friend and big brother as well. He's been there at many crucial times in my life, most of the time not asking him but him just coming forward and helping me out. When I moved away from home as a teenager he called me up and hung out with me while we chatted. He made me feel comfortable. I remember that day as it was yesterday. That was her first long talk about Jesus Christ among other things. When I wanted to start a business he was there helping me out when nobody else did or could. I remember the many weekends my daughter and I spent with him and family. Their house was our home away from home. You will be sorely missed my big brother!
Chris was a great man. We were at his house a few times for family reunions. He was always such a great host, enjoyable to be with, interesting to talk to, and a very caring person. You all will be in our prayers. We love you.
So sorry for your loss.You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
I had the priveledge to get to know Chris really well. Spending the last year in a half with him everyday. He was a very smart man. We had alot of laughs and great conversations. Its hard for me to even get a grip that he is now with his loving wife. My heart completely aches for Robert Virginia and Trevor. May god bless them as they grieve and go through this difficult time. I love you all.
Gena you Robert the babies and Trevor y'all are in our prayers and we Love y'all very much and we loved your Dad he was a good man
So sorry for your loss you are in our hearts and peayers.
Lots of good memories of good times in Butler and family get togethers. May Chris Rest In Peace
Chris was a great husband, father and grandfather. He loved his children with all his heart. He will be missed. My heart goes out to his family. Rest in peace Chris. ðŸ™
I was his sons bus driver for a number of years. Enjoyed visiting with Chris when I picked up and brought his son home from school. Friendly man.
So sorry for your loss prayers are with you and your family ðŸ’–