Chris L. Romberger, 66, of Port St. Lucie, FL passed away December 20, 2021 after a hard two year battle with cancer.
Chris was born October 4, 1955 in Dalmatia, PA to John and Margaret Romberger. He married Barbara Neitzel on March 24, 2003 in Port St. Lucie, FL.
Chris was a devoted tradesman, working in the commercial printing industry as a press operator and engineer for over 40 years at Stuart Webb and Tiger Tale. He was a fried to all he met. His carefree and easy-going nature was a comfort to those who knew him best. His hardworking love meant you could always count on him.
Chris loved to play as hard as he worked. He was always a helpful neighbor, his garage was a fully equipped mechanics shop with an open door, and a warm smile for any who needed his help or just dropped by. He bonded with his children through his RC and Slot Car hobby. He loved to ride motorcycles and even built his own custom bike from the frame up.
Chris loved the water, he connected with God when he was fishing or boating. He learned to fish at a young age from his father, John, and shared his passion and talent for watercraft sports and recreation with his family. He was devoted to his family and gave the best of himself through quality time spent together, sharing hobbies and interests.
Chris will be deeply missed by his survivors, wife Barbara Neitzel Romberger, together 29 years; two step-children living in their hometown in Minnesota, Derek Romberger and Christi Mogler; his biological children from his first marriage to Aileen Barry King (1983-1992); Jennifer Romberger, Beth Romberger Digiorgio, and Mathew Romberger, who all live in Port St. Lucie; 5 grandchildren in Minnesota and 2 grandchildren in Florida; brother, Kenneth Romberger and sister, Joyce Rothermel of Pennsylvania.
A Memorial Gathering will be held on January 8, 2022 from 10AM to 11AM with a Memorial Service to start at 11AM at the Haisley Funeral Home and Cremation Services Tribute Center 2041 SW Bayshore Blvd Port St. Lucie, Fl 34984. Any shade of blue or fishing attire is encouraged.