I am really sorry about your husband. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
My sincerest condolences for your loss. Kris was a fine man and I enjoyed the time we worked together on CII. I know this time is very difficult for you, but remember he is in your heart and mind and that doesn't go away.
Please accept my deepest condolences at this difficult time. I remember the dinner the three of us had in Borough Market in London a few years ago and have happy memories of a thoroughly enjoyable evening in your and Kris's company. I only had the opportunity to meet Kris briefly, but even in that short time it was clear he exemplified the culture and approach of Henry Michel and the foundation he'd laid at Pegasus and Parsons Brinckerhoff.
I was saddened to hear this news. Kris was involved in so many activities and circles of friends, he will ve very much missed. And for you personally, I hope the months ahead are filled with supportive individuals. His work in my Pepperdine class last year is all the more remarkable in retrospect.
I am so sorry to learn about Kris. Your tribute to him was wonderful. It is truly amazing hw much he accomplished in life, and the grace with which he continued to live such an abundant and productive life, while suffering as he did these last years. He is truly an inspiration- and you are an inspiration in the sustaining support and love you gave him.