My deepest Sympathy !
God will give you strength !
Chris was a neighbor and good friend when we lived in Indy. Got together with him once in Chicago in the late 80s or early 90s....had not changed a bit! What a wit! Still remember him riding his bike with his big shaggy dog running along beside him. My sincere condolences to his family. Lexie Schofield
Linda and Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time. May Chris rest in peace. He was a wonderful man, I will miss seeing the both of you. Laurie Kinnerk CT tech NWNS.
Chris's legacy is his humor, generosity and kindness. Those lives he touched are grateful. My heart goes out to Linda, his family, and to his many for friends. Rest in peace, Chris.
A very funny guy and amazing talent. Many good laughs/ amusing session with Chris and his best friend Mr. Matheson. He will be list in the advertising world and the world of laughter. Hope you're catching those big ones in your next world Chris.
I had the pleasure of working with Chris at Tapemasters. He never failed to make me laugh everyday. He really was the funniest person I have ever known. He will be missed by all who knew him. Cathey Jackson, Carmel, IN
Chris' broadcasting career was just the icing on the cake to a fabulous run as Dobie Gills, the starting shortstop for the Fighting Carp, the Cardiac Carp, The Dead Carp, The Born Again Carp and Your Cheating Carp. What a talent.
Best friends for over 30 years. How lucky can you be. He gave everyone permission to enjoy life. What a generous gift.
He was a fellow classmate of mine. He will be sadly missed. Rebekah Depositar Arvin
May his legacy pass on thru his family. God bless
So sorry to hear of Chris's passing. I have many fond memories of Chris that I will cherish. He will be missed by all who knew him and even those who didn't but wondered who that voice belonged to. My heartfelt condolences to his family.
Chris was a real talent and oh so funny to be around…although it's been years since I've seen Chris, whenever I wondered what he was up to I always started to chuckle, as humor was one of his many God-given talents…Our family's condolences to the entire Harlan family and Chris's many friends…
Chris was more of a brother than just a friend to me. No one made me laugh more; whether we were sailing, drinking, telling tall tales or performing together. He was truly one of a kind and it was a privilege to share some of his all-too-brief life.
This is such a shock. Chris was so vibrant the last time I saw him in 2009. I will remeber him as he was in high school and college- a great ,happy, fun pal who always brought a smile to my face and to the faces of all others who encountered him. My heart goes out to Chris' family.
Very sad! He was a terrific guy and he was always a friend during some challenging times for me in high school. It was always an attention getter listening to radio and TV commercials catching his deep resonate voice. His voice overs could not be missed. Like Crackling Oat Bran where he said, "An open box is an empty box." May he rest in peace.
Thinking of his children, Abby, Mark, and Carrie. Love to you all! Blair and Bill Tucker
May Gods merciful love and the love of family & friends sustain you through your sorrow.
When I was a copywriter, he made my scripts funnier. When I got into voiceovers, he made my auditions tougher because he was so good. A truly funny man and a great guy. Would love to have one last drink with you.
Crazy Chris Harlan...what a blast he was and as he moved forward in his career, I felt like he was always around. Recognized that voice anywhere. Just last week here in Ohio, I thought I heard him on some TV/VO. Thoughts and prayers to his family. We who knew him, will never forget him and everyone in the hereafter are probably laughing alot.
What a wonderful tribute to a wonderful man.