05/20/1964 - 06/28/2022

Christopher Thomas Thrall, 58, passed away peacefully on June 28, 2022. Chris led an incredibly happy life filled with family, friends, and dogs. Chris was an enthusiastic sports fan. He especially loved watching the L.A. Dodgers and Oakland (Las Vegas) Raiders.

Chris is survived by his wife, Kelly, parents Leonard and Nancy Thrall, brother Michael Thrall, sister-in-law Jennifer Thrall and nieces Madison and Natalie Thrall. Chris will also be missed by his dogs Copper, Peanut and Kona.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.


  • Haidar Fadlallah

    Internet sales at Horne Kia work with Chris for more than 2 years he was good person generous helpful
    Rest In Peace my brother
    BIG C

  • Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed and my heart aches for your family. God bless you and your family.

  • Diego Verdugo

    I will miss you brother we will miss you we had a special bond between RAIDERNATION and DODGERNATION more importantly our bond as brothers in the car business you took me under your wings with Kevin and Randy and I am and was always grateful! Thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ May The Good Lord Accept you and welcome you home! Maybe you and George Lewis are looking down upon us together right now. The unexpected ones hurt the most! REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER

  • Wendy DiPerna

    We still cant believe this CT it just doesnt seem real or fair. You, Sean, and I were texting our usual silly stuff the day before your procedure. We waited for you to text us letting us know all went well. You are definitely 1 of a kind. You cracked us up and made us laugh so hard.
    We love and miss you so much. Kelly, we continue to pray for you and your family that this pain and heartbreak lessens each day.
    Love Wendy(SRMFDL)& Sean

  • I was incredibly saddened to hear about the passing of Chris. I knew him for many years He was always so thoughtful and kind. My deepest condolences to you and your family he will truly be missed.

  • I was so shocked and saddened to hear the news of Chris’s passing. I had idea until i a post on Facebook. Chris was my longest friend and the first person I became friends with when moved Petaluma, CA in 1971. We went to school from 1st grade until we graduated in 1982 from Casa Grande HS. We stayed in touch on off an on always talking about meeting up in Arizona someday.
    We never did and so is life. Chris was a kind and funny dude that always brought life to a room if he was in it. I extend my condolences to all his friends a family and hopefully I will see him in a another life or the otherside. R.I.P brother………

  • David Thompson

    Love you do you like a brother, big guy? You are an awesome friend and a great coworker. We will all miss you.

  • Chanel Bishton

    I knew Chris for over 40 years. We met when he was in high school and I was still in Junior High. In our youth, we dated off and on for many years. Later, we reconnected in Arizona until I moved again. The last time I heard from him he had found love and was about to get married. I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing, but glad he was loved. So many memories. So many years of popping in and out of each othersโ€™ lives. Rest in peace, Chris.

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