Christopher J. Miglorie BELMONT, N.H. — Christopher J. Miglorie, 50, passed away Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022. He was born in Rutland, Vermont, on Aug. 12, 1971, the son of Patrick and Marjorie Miglorie. Chris had a passion for cooking and made a career of it, but was happiest when cooking for family and friends. Chris, a football junkie, loved watching the Cowboys win. He found happiness walking along Silver Lake with his black lab, Rupert. Chris will be missed by his sisters, Marci Knapp, Michelle (Kirk) Cassavaugh; brothers, Patrick (Karen) Miglorie, Bryan Miglorie; sister-in-law, Cindy Healy; nieces, Samantha (David) Simons, Alicia (William) Jones; nephews, Josh (Baily) Knapp, Kyle Miglorie; and many lifelong friends. In addition to his parents, Chris will join his beloved dog, Jaxson; brothers, Bernard Knapp, Paul Miglorie; and nephew, Corey Healy. The family will celebrate Chris’s life in the spring.

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So sorry for your loss, thinking of you during this sad time


We are so sorry, Miglorie Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. ❤️

Patty Abatiell and John Bove

Jessica Gettinger

God, it's been forever ago since we met. I love this photo, Chris could light up a room with his smile and it was hard not to get caught up with his contagious laugh. He was loud and crazy at times, but was such a kind soul to those he held closely. My heart is with the entire Miglorie/Knapp crew, Charlie, Brian and everyone that had the luck of knowing him. I'm sure he's hugged Pat and Marge, Jaxson and is yelling loudly at the Cowboys from above, fly high Miggy you will be missed by many.

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