Kris E. Bien, age 38, of Marengo, OH died unexpectedly Sunday, June 5, 2011. Owner of Hired Gun and Creative Koncepts where he worked as a tattoo artist and glass blower. Enjoyed riding his Fatboy Harley and hanging out with his family. Preceded in death by his mother, Lori Bien and grandmother, Catherine Regiec. Survived by fiancee, Becky Tuller; children, Bodi Bien, Austin and Shea Tuller; father, Stan Bien; brother, Garret Bien; sister, Nicole (Sam) Quisenberry; nieces and nephews, Delaney, Melissa, Logan, Parker, Martin, Jessica and Brienna. Friends may call Friday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the MORELAND FUNERAL HOME 55 East Schrock Road, Westerville where a service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m.. Deacon Tom Barford officiating.
Mrs. Shurelds - Jun 14, 2011
Becky, I was very shocked to come upon this information. I so remember Kris from the career center (JVS). I also remember you from there as well. I wish to extend my deepest condolences to you and yours. I loved Kris as a student in my science classes and am deeply sorrowed. Please know that you all are gone from the JVS but never forgotten by some of us. know that I am thinking of you and kids and sending my love and prayers.
Jill McKinley RN - Jun 10, 2011
I just wanted you to know that I am thinking about you during these difficult times. I wish you and your family peace.
Ms McKinley RN School Nurse Pointview
MaryJane "Midge" Gillespie - Jun 9, 2011
To all of you in the Bien Family and Extended Family. It is always difficult to lose a family member who was a much loved son, a father, a brother, a fiance, a close family relation and a special friend. It’s even harder to deal with when it’s so shockingly unexpected and the person was still so young. Your pain must be overwhelming and his loss incomprehensible. I was very sad to hear that Kris had passed away. Kris was unique… as well as fun, very friendly and kind to me when I was part of his “extended” family through his marriage to my daughter, Meagan. I send all of you my deepest condolences. In time, may you feel that the pain from your loss has diminished as memories of Kris and the wonderful times you had together bring some much needed healing to your hearts and minds.
Very Sincerely, “Midge” Gillespie
tony curtis - Jun 7, 2011
very sorry to here about kris i cant beleave it saw him rideing his bike last week i think my father in law lives closes to kris house cant beleave it tell becky im sorry to hear about her loss
Marian Linden & Josh Davis - Jun 6, 2011
We met both met Kris within the last year. This is not much time but we can say that we knew who Kris was every time we saw him because he was never changed faces. He was a GREAT person that LOVED his family and it showed every time he was in conversation with one of us. It is a very unfortunate and sad time; we all lost such a honest, trustworthy, and caring individual way to soon. Kris was an unbelievable person who’s positive vibe brightened our days! Your family is in our prays.