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February 24, 2010
One minute you were here, Chris.
The next you were gone. You leave a strong family and also the extended family of friends you made here.
You did so much, perhaps your work here was done. I just wanted to say; that uniformed picture near the black and white. Protect and serve. That’s you alright.
February 23, 2010
To the Allebe family,
Chris was a true straight-shooter, tell it like it is, member of our community. By his presence at so many meetings, he brought wit, compassion and understanding to the other CDO recepients. He will definitely be missed and Los Osos is minus it's gentle warrior. Please accept my sincere sympathy.
February 23, 2010
I just found out that Chris Allebe was not here anymore when I saw the memorial at the corner.
He will always be remembered as a passionate defender of what he held dear; his lovely wife & family are testament to that, as well.
Thank you Chris for all you did to inspire a lot of us here in Los Osos to say what they wanted, regardless of the consequences.
I will see your wife again soon, I hope, walking on the trail while I ride my horse; it is always a pleasure.
God Bless you All,
Julia Meyers
February 21, 2010
Chris was a man of subtle modesty whose quiet, dependably understated presence belied his profound impact on his community.

We who knew Chris, and many who never knew him, continue to benefit from his humanity, his dedication to decency, and his fearless willingness to show up, to stand up, and to speak up.

Chris's untimely passing leaves an enduring vacant space. We will miss him.
February 19, 2010
Mrs. Elisabeth And Phyllis and Family: Our Deepest Sympathy to You and Your Family in Your Sudden Loss. Our Thoughts and Prayers Are With You. Chris was Such A Big Help In Our Local Community, Much Appreciated By My Family. His Wife Mrs. Elisabeth Became our Friend 15 Years ago, She was My Son Cody's Pre-School Teacher. My Heart Hurts For Your Family. Big Hugs To All Of Chris's Family. Lots of Love, Kendra & Cody & Dean Johe
February 19, 2010
I have some fond memories of Chris,being around him for 10 plus years at Vencie Division.My favorite was when he would put glue on the old sleeping watch commanders shoe, and light it on fire. I am sure he has found Clarence and is up to his old antics.He will be missed. Rick Spear
February 18, 2010
A valued friend for nearly 57 years will be sorely missed.
February 18, 2010
Chris Allebe, You will always be part of our community, our town. Your being, personality, and sense of justice, sense of humour,
February 16, 2010
I want to express my condolences to Chris’ family for their sad loss. Chris was a constant in this community that will be greatly missed. Although we will no longer hear his voice, the echo of CDO #1019 will be held in everyone's thoughts and heard in everyone’s prayers. While CDO #1019 was certainly not what defined Chris, it is amazing that he had so much to lend to his friends and neighbors in the way he diligently represented the collective conscience of an abused community. Chris was a unique soul. Somehow, it is difficult to believe that Chris will simply “rest in peace.”
February 15, 2010
We have lost a good and honorable man. One that took care of his family, friends, and his community. He served his country, and protected the people of Los Angeles prior to retiring to Los Osos. He was an interesting person with a unique point of view, in which I very much enjoyed in our discussions. I will miss talking to him, but most of all, I'm not sure I will ever meet another man with the comitment to dependability and reliability that Chris possessed. In todays, " fast paced, what's in it for me world," Chris was an old world original who you knew was an honest man. We could sure use a few more men like him around today. Rest well my friend, I'll see you one day in the future. Steve Cordova

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Chris at work in 1979

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