On January 19th, 2022, the West Harrison Fire Department suffered the untimely and tragic loss of Firefighter Christopher Colasacco. Chris was a member of the West Harrison Fire Department for the past 4 years where he held the rank of Lieutenant. Prior to his service at West Harrison, Chris was a Lieutenant with the Valhalla Fire Department and a Captain with the Harrison Fire Department.
The West Harrison Fire Department is setting up this fund raiser to assist the family during this difficult and tragic time. All funds will go directly to the Colasacco family.
Chris is survived by his spouse, Cynthia, and his son, Colton (aged 8). Chris is also survived by a large family of First Responders. His father, Ray Sr., is a retired Harrison, NY Firefighter and currently the Captain of the West Harrison Fire Department. His brother, Ray Jr., is an active Firefighter with the Harrison, NY Fire Department. His brother, Brian, is a Police Officer with the Village of Mamaroneck Police Department. His uncle, Rick Colasacco Sr., is a retired Police Officer with the MTA Police Department. His cousin, Ricky Jr., is a former Harrison, NY, Firefighter and currently a City of Rye Firefighter.
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Fly with the angels sweet Chris. Watch over all who love you.
Sending much love and Condolences to Cynthia, Colton, Ray & Kim And The Colasacco Family - Christopher - you will be forever missed & loved. RIP
To the entire Colasacco Family, Cynthia, Colton & extended Family & Friends, We share in the loss of your Chris, and wish upon you peace and strength during this incredibly sad & difficult time. We know no words can take away the pain, but wanted to help in some way. We're praying for all of you. You have our sincere & heartfelt condolences. From Steve, John, Alex & Staff of EFT Network (friends of Rocky & Kasey C. & Lisa L.)
RIP, Chris 🙏 Our deepest condolences to the Colasacco family. Your are in our prayers. Fred & Lisa Sciliano
Sending love, light and prayers to the Colasacco family. Chris was a wonderful person, he was funny and so kind. My deepest heartfelt condolences are with you during this incredibly difficult time.