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Ellen and Tom, I know it has been a while since Christopher's passing but I am sure to you it seems like yesterday. I couldn't help but think of you today and my heart breaks for your loss. I know you were the most loving mom in the world, I could always tell when you would come over to the restaurant to see Jackson's little baby feet. You also always spoke so highly of your own son and how proud you were. You have an angel on your shoulders forever now. Again, so sorry for your loss and thinking of you all this Christmas... sincerely Colleen Dubois (Michelle Shaw's sister)
Chris and I went to law school together at UBC. In 2009, we traveled to Toronto as part of the Corporate Securities Moot team, where we placed third in the national competition.

While we didn't keep in contact after law school, I knew him to be a kind man of high integrity and great focus. I expected him to have a very bright future.

To Hannah and Chris' family: I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I wish you peace and healing through this difficult time.

Victor Barta
From all of us here at Okanagan Hockey School our deepest sympathy to all of Chris's family and friends. He was an amazing young man who impacted many people in his life in a very positive way. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Ellen Tom Steven and Hanna I am so sorry We could not make it to the service, this is a letter I was hoping to read , I thought I should share it with you.

We Are so saddened by the Passing of Christopher . This young man was taken way to early in his life, for that I will never understand. I was fortunate enough to speak with Christopher a couple of times over the past few months, personally and through facebook He was always very positive and kept that great sense of humor that we all love. He seldom spoke about things he could not control, but instead talked about the things he could , living his life to the fullest, spending time with his family and the love of his life Hanna. He was so excited about getting married on Bone Island this summer, I always responded that Hanna must have lost a bet to be forced to marry Christopher, I new this wasn't true but I always took my shots at Christopher as he was never shy to shoot back.
Christopher was the type of individual that people gravitated to . He was one of the most dedicated, honest and sincere men that I have ever met. One thing for sure with my conversations with Christopher is that he would not want us to have this devastating loss cripple us with grief, but to remember fondly how his life impacted each and every one of us.
The time we spent together at the rink was one of the many memories that I will cherish. Christopher along with several other players were extremely eager... so eager that before I even arrived for morning practices these kids had already been on the ice for two sometimes three hours. I thought what a great group of kids; there was usually Walker, Archer Kitchen, Borba Richette and sometimes others. I didn't realize until later in the year that this group of dedicated parents or just crazy parents were bringing their children Christopher included to the rink sometimes as early as four am so they could practice by themselves just for fun.

When Christopher was in his 3rd year of University he met me at UBC for Kelseys Swim meet , Christopher not only came to the meet to see my daughter swim, but he missed a class to do so, something that his mother may not know about to this date. We spoke of all the memories we had with the special hockey club we were both apart off, but not only that he was very interested in how I was doing personally. I will never forget this young man taking time out of his very busy schedule to visit his old friend and hockey coach.
The first year I coached Christoher I knew immediately that he was a special young man, having the ability to make everyone around him better. he had poise beyond his tender years and was a sponge when it came to learning the game. Christopher was our goalie in Provincials that year and was one of the main reasons that we made it to the Championship game. Christopher and the rest of his teammates knew that we were the best team in the Province that year. Even though we lost the final game in Overtime. Christopher went on to Play Junior hockey for the Castlegar Rebels of the KIJHL.
Christopher had such an impact on all of us, and this is so unfair to his family and friends. I am a better person because of Christopher and I will always enter the rink first thinking about how WALLIE has impacted me and my family in such a positive way. We love you Christopher and you will continue to live in our hearts and thoughts forever.
The Jenners
We were truly saddened to hear of Chris's passing. His courageous fight with this insidious disease; with his loved ones surrounding and supporting him to the end. He is gone, but certainly never forgotten. His memory will live on in so many capacities, for all who had the pleasure of coming into contact with him.

Please know our loving thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time.

The Kwok family
Summerland, B.C.
I was a summer student with Chris at BD&P in Calgary in the summer of 2008. He was a lovely person, bright, easy to talk to, liked by everyone, and always up for a fun time. Very sorry to hear of this loss.
Unfortunately I did not have the opportunity to ever meet Chris but I have had the fortune over the past 6 years to get to know many in his family. My heart goes out to all of you. Gordon Ferguson
Ellen, my heart goes out to your family and to everyone who knew Chris. Words simply can not describe the sorrow that is felt in his passing. God bless you all. Tommi Hanley
Hannah, my heart's with you and wish I could be there today.

You're very special to Raylene and our hearts are both broken, yet filled with awe in your courage and strength.

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