In loving memory of

Christopher T. Rebollo
September 18, 1963 - February 3, 2021

Christopher R. Rebollo, a life-long resident of Horsham and Montgomery Townships, died peacefully at home with his family on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, after a long battle with cancer. He was 57 years old.

Chris was born in Chestnut Hill, PA, the son of Audrey (nee Kolbus) and the late E. William Rebollo.

Mr. Rebollo grew up in Horsham Township and attended Hatboro-Horsham schools. Chris was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Class of 1990, with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. For many years, Chris was able to pursue his great love of antiques and opened his own business in 1996. Research, study, and hard work brought him to exhibit and sell at the best shows such as The Winter Antiques Show in New York City as well as the Philadelphia and Delaware Shows.

Chris is survived by his partner of 36 years, Scott Weisenberger; his mother, Audrey of Spring House, PA; his sister and her husband Lisa and John Bradshaw, and their children Sarah, Colin, and Kate, of Indiana, PA; and brother and his wife, Bill and Heidi Rebollo of Palmerton, PA.

Donations in Chris's memory to the ASPCA would be appreciated by the family.

Montgomery County SPCA
19 E. Ridge Pike
PO Box 222
Conshohocken, PA 19428-0222
Click Here for a mail in donation form.

Funeral Services will be private.

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Barbara Kolbus wrote on Feb 18, 2021:

"Remembering the family gatherings and our talks. Wish we had stayed in touch over the years. Praying for you Aunt Audrey and all of Chris's family & dear friends. It looks like you touched many souls. See you when I get there cuz. "

Helaine Fendelman wrote on Feb 14, 2021:

"We are saddened greatly by the death of Chris Rebollo. He was a kind person always with a big smile on his face and a warm greeting for all. His depth of knowledge was keen. We mourn with you all the great loss of a wonderful young man. Helaine & Burton Fendelman"

Betsy Davison wrote on Feb 14, 2021:

"A great friend; a kind and gentle soul with an infectious laugh and irreverant, wicked humor; an honest antiques dealer who loved to research and learn about the objects he sold. You are sorely missed Chris. -Betsy Davison"

Scott Weisenberger wrote on Feb 13, 2021:

"Greatest guy in the whole world. Scott"