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December 18, 2018

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September 14, 2014
I miss you, buddy. I dreamt of you, last night, and admitedly, that has not happened in quite some time; but I consider such a thing as a blessing.
Just wishing you were still here with us, my brother.
Love and miss you, and I will never forget the short time, in which, I had the honor of calling you my friend.
November 20, 2012
We want to remember young men like Chris who, though no longer with us, continue to inspire us to take care of each other. He died in a far away country and his sacrifice will not be forgotten. We know that his family have also sacrificed and we remember them also. Thank you.
November 18, 2012
You're never forgotten. We're always thinking of you...

--Janssen
April 1, 2012
I arrived in Iraq with Cpl. Nelson and I joined bravo company 1/38 infantry soon after him. On the trip over he was personally responsible for me and he took that very seriously. After a few days I saw him in the latrines where he was shaving. He asked me how I was doing being that it was my first deployment, this continued for several months day after day, talking, making sure I was ok and letting me know if I needed to talk he was there for me. Then all of the sudden he wasn't there anymore and I found out that he had given his life and wouldn't be there anymore. I still cry and miss him and his support and caring for everyone. I miss you and think of you every day!!!