Collin Spencer Chick
1964 - 2019
Collin Spencer Chick, 55, of Middletown, CT, beloved brother of Julie Chick Bouthot and fiancée of
Cheryl Krieger, passed on in his sleep unexpectedly Saturday September 28, 2019 at home.
Rockland, Maine, son of the late Arnold and Sonja Chick. Collin is survived by his fiancée, Cheryl
Krieger and her daughter, Alyssa Sestero of Middletown; his sister, Julie Chick Bouthot and niece,
Grace Bouthot, and his two nephews, Donald Yankowski, III, and Matthew Bouthot. Collin leaves behind
his uncle and aunt, Daniel and Corey Cookson of Arkansas, and his aunt, Jean Voorheis and predeceased
by his uncle, Edwin "Buck" Voorheis of New York and Maine. Collin adored his aunts and uncles
tremendously along with all his cousins, step daughter, Alyssa and his niece and nephews. Most of all,
he loved his cat, Taz, they were inseparable, and the love he shared with Cheryl for 14 years, along
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Krieger. Along with many great friends who loved to hang out and
watch the Red Sox and Philadelphia Eagles.
Collin started his journey in life, living in Penobscot,
Maine on White Head Island, with his parents. His father, Arnold F. Chick, was the lighthouse keeper
stationed there with the Coast Guard, later, the family moved to Cromwell, CT, where he graduated from
Cromwell High School.
Collin had a love for the beach and he loved to fish and go boating. He will be
remembered as easy going, laid back and a hard worker. He will be missed so much.
Wake will be held on
Friday (Oct. 11th) from 6 to 8 p.m. at Biega Funeral Home, 3 Silver St., Middletown. Funeral services
will be held Saturday (Oct. 12th) at 11 a.m. at First Congregational Church, 355 Main St., Cromwell
with a gathering for family and friends following in the Church's Fellowship Hall. Those who wish may
send memorial donations to a local animal shelter. To share memories or express condolences online
please visit Biega Funeral Home
the Middletown Press - Oct. 7, 2019