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September 03, 2013
If you were lucky enough to know Chris Eaton, you were pretty lucky.

Chris was a loving and generous friend. He was the type of guy who - within just a few minutes of meeting him - you would feel as if you had known him for 20 years. People would gravitate towards Chris – no matter who you were, you were immediately taken with him - his zest for life, his sense of humor, his sharp wit, his adventurous spirit, his generosity, his strength, his intellect, his uncanny knack for finding the best bar, the loudest party, the coolest vacation spot or the lousiest greasy spoon diner and dragging you along making sure you had the time of your life. I can't pick just one story about one of our adventures because every adventure we had turned into a funny story to be told again and again. And we had a lot of adventures together…

I consider myself lucky enough to have counted him as one of my very best friends and I will continue to tell and re-tell our stories and miss him all over again every day for the rest of my life.
September 03, 2013
Dear Good One,
I have so many great memories of fun times and laughter with you. You will always be in my heart. I will miss you my friend.
Love, Eileen aka Gunner
September 02, 2013
Chris - No one who knew you will ever be the same. You left a void a thousand miles wide in my life and all those who knew you. I will never forget snorkling with you in Tahiti, playing Mexican train just about everywhere you went, Dewey Beach, Santorini and Mykinos, piles of meat in Crete with Roger, trying to sell me for 13 camels at the Pyramids and the crazy driving through Cairo. The summer place in St. Petersburg, and then there's the Ice Bar in Stockholm with Anne, Karen, Steve, Una, Roger, the second line parades in New Orleans with Tom and Liza, Steve and Una, Roger, Allen, Kevin, you falling hard for Amanda..., eating chocolate chip pancakes at the Western Pancake House with the Chinese Cowboy, drinking absinthe and blue jello shooters in NOLA, the Cat's Meow, Pat O'Briens, Euchre, Sequence, Turlene, all my Chris stuff--- beads with ducks, treasures from some far away place, the stories in Key West---did you really cook your own breakfast at that Denny's at 4am? Just what did happen to your shoe?Your music---"That's what I like about you", dancing on the picnic tables in WVA with Liza and Keri, your kindness, your sense of humor, your Sling Blade imitation, searching for the perfect bar with Liza, your thoughtfulness and generosity with your friends and soon to be friends. You were the best. My life just won't be the same without you.
September 02, 2013
Thank you for your smiles from the heart...peace...Lisa
September 02, 2013
Chris ...what can I say. I know him most from some fun vacations and I can say he's a very kind, friendly and fun person. He was a friend to many. Although this is a huge loss to many, the beauty of the difference he made will live on.

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Bill & Chris May 1984