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September 06, 2013
Chris - you will be so missed. Hard to believe we have been friends for 20 years. Seems like we just met yesterday. Your kind heart, keen sense of humor, warm hospitable spirit and the ability to make people feel welcome will never be duplicated. When you look up "Life of the Party" in the dictionary - your photo is next to it. I will always remember all the great times that we had and the lasting memories that came from those good times. Dewey Beach will never be the same without you. Have a Captain & Diet Coke for me as you look down upon us from heaven.
September 06, 2013
I was so shocked to hear the news. Chris is one of those people you meet who make an impression. I met Chris in spinning class at the gym. We suffered through the workouts together and often commiserated about our beloved Washington Capitals. He'd even heard of my high school on Long Island. We shared shoulder problem and he was so positive and supportive when I had my surgery last January. I will never forget him.
September 06, 2013
Chris,

We shared so many wonderful moments over the years. Brings a smile to my face each time I reflect on how much fun we had together. Stumbling back from floor parties on the Quad, having to watch all of the Love Boat before going to lunch in the cafeteria, rum and Tab, Rocking the Quad, special dinner steaks, playing Atari for hours on Regis 2, kicking my butt in racketball, selling Terrible Towels, tumbling at The Point, late night fried Spam, the Baloney Factory, summers in Newport, Hurricane Bob, shuffleboard at Sully's, teaching my oldest son to ride a bike. The memories are endless.

I can't imagine having a better friend. You truly were the "Good One".

Save me a beer and a copy of the National Inquier on the beach in Heaven.
September 05, 2013
There simply isn't another mold like your mold my friend. You are an original and we all love the cast of your mind. Thanks for being a loyal friend all these years. I look forward to a Pat O's hurricane, a Front Page pilsner, and/or a Vegas marg someplace, sometime in the higher elevations. Save me a seat.
September 05, 2013
Chris was everyones friend and was there when ever you needed him.He taught us the meaning of accreditation and how it was the most important part of directing a school. It was not only a pleasure going as a team member with Chris but it was a new learning experience.He made you feel wanted and needed . He leaves a great legacyand will always be on our minds.May he rest in peace.

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