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November 20, 2010
Chris,
Everyone at Rincon loves and misses you. You're an inspiration, and so many people are saddened by your loss. You put everyone else before you, and always knew how to forgive--I should know. I'll never forget how we argued over dumb things in band, or English last year, or you giving me that v buck in geometry this year. I can't really believe we'll never see you again--you were always there, ready to help and joke around. You were so good at everything. We love and miss you. Words can't even express how sorrowful everyone, including myself, is. Rest in peace.
November 20, 2010
Chris,
Every single person at Rincon, and a ton of people at Santa Rosa, was touched by your existence. You are an inspiration to everyone, and I know that everyone is starting to "Pledge Pierpoint." You tried your hardest at everything you did, so people are promising to follow in your footsteps and do their best in everything they try. :) We love and miss you, Chris. Run In Peace
November 20, 2010
I miss you already.
Rest in peace Chris.
November 19, 2010
I once read about a boy who told his family why dogs pass before people. He said that it was because they learned to love and accept everyone and that was the goal of life. Chris always put himself first and loved and accepted all people. He excelled and was a model student. He accomplished the goal of life at such an early age. I give you my prayers and Chris will be remembered by everyone
November 19, 2010
To the Pierpoint Family,

The loss of your beautiful young son is unbelievable and truly takes my breath away. I am so incredibly sorry for your loss and can not imagine the pain and grief you must be feeling.

Many prayers will be with your family.
November 19, 2010
Dear Mark,

I am so deeply saddened by the loss of your son. I wanted to let you know that we are all sharing your loss in our own way. Losses like this can make us challenge our faith; however, this is precisely the time when our faith needs to be its strongest.

I am praying that your faith will help you through this very difficult time. I pray that you will find the strength to get through your grief and sadness.

In Sincere Friendship,
November 19, 2010
What an amazing spirit. Heaven must have really big plans for him....
Prayers of comfort to the family.
November 19, 2010
I was reading my mail, when Sal my cycling friend sends the sad news and read of your son’s death. I am so sorry and wanted to offer my condolences. Email is such a poor format for this. It is times like this that I most feel the physical distance that separates me from colleagues and friends; being a father, I feels such sadness of what you must be going through, it would be so much better if I could convey my condolences in person. But at the very least I want you to know that I am out here and I care. nacim
November 19, 2010
Mark, Sarah and James,
I'm just so sorry, I can't imagine your pain. I feel lucky to have known Christopher. He was a wonderful boy and he had a lot of people that loved him. He will be missed.
November 19, 2010
Dear Mark and Sarah,
What a tragic loss. I shall always remember Chris enjoying himself at our Client Appreciation party at the vineyard, and always receiving a thank you from him for a token sent on his birthday. May your memories of all he was in his short life help you heal.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Betz

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Chris in 6th or 7th grade, on a bus. Chris three weeks before he left us. Some of the chalk around the school

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