Christian Bezenar Death – Christian Bezenar, President and Executive Director of JRF ORTHO in Parker, Colorado has sadly passed away. He was announced dead by the Fort Collins High School Class of 1992 Facebook Group in a statement that read “Please say a prayer and send some positive thoughts towards Chris’s family and his children. Life is short, embrace your loved ones.” Chris Bezenar’s cause of death was not made public at the time of this report.
Who was Christian Bezenar?
Chris, also known as Christian Bezenar, has over 15 years of experience in the tissue banking field. During his eight years at AlloSource, he held a variety of positions, including National Allograft Manager. Chris attended Fort Collins High School and holds degrees from Bowling Green State University and California Lutheran University in Political Science and German, respectively, with a B.A. and an M.A. He recently completed his Executive M.B.A. program at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business.
From 2003 through 2008, he worked as a Technical Manager at Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank. He has over 15 years of experience in the tissue banking field; eight of those years were spent at AlloSource in a variety of capacities, such as Manager-International, Regional Allograft Manager, and National Allograft Manager. He was the President and Executive Director of the JRF Ortho logo in addition to serving as the Director of Medical Education and Regional Manager for the Central US and International.
About Christian Bezenar
Chris was the husband of a wonderful woman and the father of two lovely girls. He lived overseas for a total of five years, split between Japan, Austria, and Germany. His all-time favorite film as a child was “Strange Brew,” and his high school pals still call him “Hoser.” Christian, who is thrilled to be the third cousin twice removed from the world’s most interesting man, demonstrates his manhood in every situation by writing the rule book one elegant word at a time.
Christian Bezenar, who stands 6’6″, uses his superhuman height to his advantage by fostering a team atmosphere and incorporating the opinions and ideas of others around him. Three principles guide his life: Be compassionate. Show reverence. Put in a lot of effort; this was evident in his work. He enjoys sharing knowledge and doing whatever it takes to support partners and colleagues in their endeavors.
The family will release Christian Bezenar’s obituary and funeral arrangements at a later date.
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