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April 26, 2018

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February 9, 2017
I remember Chris had a talking part in the movie WOODSTOCK. He was a promoter at the Factory for Jimmy Hendix, as well as Ottis Redding.

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Chris Daniels
January 28, 2016
Chris is never far from my thoughts. Ever since I first met him in Madison. Hearing a song that played often in one of the pubs can bring a tear of joy and sadness for the past. We had so much fun with his brother Mike during the few years i was in Madison. He could be a spark of joy in the midst of a dark cold gray Madison winter. Smiles laughter. He was a live wire, living life to its fullest. I hope he and Mike are enjoying laughter listening to Mountain playing Theme from an Imaginary Western right now. Peace.
June 25, 2012
June 24, 2012
With such sadness in my heart I read of the passing of Chris. Lately, I've thought of him often and remembering our time together in Madison. Eating right out of the pot in his kitchen at Cajun way, cruising around in the convertible, solving the worlds problems at night, but forgetting the answers by morning. Having him call and say he needed a place to crash for the night and 6 months later..he was still there, because well he was Chris. He was truly one of a kind and my life was a little fuller by having him in it. Stuart and Joy Wilson-Geenen