Chad Christopher Sines


Dr. Chad Christopher Sines, 47, left this earthly world after his heart and body suddenly failed him on Wednesday, April 28, 2021. He went from the loving arms of his family straight into the hands of his precious daughter, Shari Lynn, who has been waiting for him in Heaven for the past 12 years.
Though our own hearts are broken, we know that he has longed for the moment he could hear those precious words, “I love you, Daddy.” Though we are hurting deeply, we find comfort in knowing that he and Shari are whole and enjoying the best father-daughter reunion possible. 
Chad lived much of his life reading or writing a book, cracking jokes, making people smile, guiding his masters and doctoral students online, freelance proofing and editing, being tormented by his cat, and loving his family.  Chad was a lifelong learner. He had a doctor of business administration, an MBA, a master’s in biochemistry, and was working on his masters in health administration. 
He was preceded in death by his daughter, Shari Lynn (age 10). During her short life, he devoted his entire existence to her care. He was the epitome of a good and loving father. 
Chad is survived by his parents, Randy and Sherry Sines of Cleveland; his sister, Shannon Carter (Shawn) of Rossville, Ga.; his sister, Melissa Wilson (Mark) of Cleveland; and his niece and nephew: Micah and Emma Carter, of Rossville, Ga. 
Chad did not wish to have a memorial service.
If you would like to honor his memory, please consider donating a book to your local library in his name or donating to your local children’s hospital. 


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