Services for Christopher Dee Ince, 49, of Bridgeport, Texas will be held Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Decatur, Texas. Visitation will be at 10 am, and services will be at 11am. Chris passed away October 15, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas. Chris was born to Billy Robert and Norreca Joy Ince on December 31, 1971, in Bridgeport, Texas. He graduated from Sonshine Christian Academy. Chris worked in the welding field for many years. He enjoyed going fishing and camping with his brothers who called him Creek Creek. He loved being out in his garden with his hands in the dirt, growing his vegetables. He was a big fan of trying new foods, traveling, and canning his veggies. He married his first wife Rachel Dee Ince on September 3, 1990, in Alvord TX. They spent a glorious 25 years together before she was called home. He married Diem Huynh Ince on October 30, 2020 and they spent two wonderful years together. He is survived by his wife Diem Huynh Ince; daughter Cortney Rae Ince and fiancée Christian Allen Blaylock of Bowie, Texas; son Dillon Ryan Ince of Bridgeport, Texas; brothers William Ince & wife Dawn of Bridgeport, Billy Gene Ince and wife Linda of Bridgeport, George Ince and wife Claudia of Decatur, Daniel Ince and wife Kelly of Runaway Bay, his stepmom Florence Summerlin Ince of Bridgeport, granddaughter Thea Rhae Blaylock and grandson Elijah Sterling Cook, and numerous nieces and nephews. Chris was proceeded in death by his mother Norreca, father Billy, first wife Rachel, and brother Robert Doyle Ince.
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