Chris was a four-year letter winner on Michigan's Hockey teams from the 1993-94 season through the 1996-97 season, a period of great success for the Michigan Hockey program that included the following team honors: Four CCHA league championships; four Great Lakes Invitational Championships; three CCHA playoff championships; and a NCAA national championship in 1996. Chris received the Alton D. Simms Award, by a vote of his teammates, as the most improved player on the 1996 national championship team.
Following graduation in 1997 with a BS in History, Chris attended Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan and completed his Juris Doctor degree in 2001. Chris has worked as a lawyer in the metropolitan Detroit area for the last eleven years, and has been with the law firm, Fausone Bohn, LLP in Northville, Michigan for the last two years. Chris has been honored as a Rising Star by the Super Lawyers magazine for the years 2009, 2011 and 2012. In April, 2012 Chris was elected a partner at Fausone Bohn and currently manages the firm's complex commercial, contract and land title litigation practice.
Chris works and resides in Northville, Michigan and is engaged to marry his fiancée, Stephanie, a fellow Michigan grad, in December, 2012.
05/23/2014 - Churella Elevated to Assistant Coach Position
05/22/2014 - Burke, Hardaway Jr. Named to NBA All-Rookie Team
04/24/2014 - Boating Accident Kills Former `M' Diver
03/28/2014 - Rose Focuses On The True 'Madness'
03/25/2014 - Swimming All-American Ron Gora Has Passed Away
02/05/2014 - Pacioretty Ready For His First Olympic Experience
01/27/2014 - Hardaway Jr. Feeling Good About His Game, U-M