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July 03, 2019
I'm so sorry for your loss. I served under Captain (at that time) Chris ( He always let me get away with calling him that or Skipper) on the Peleliu his entire time there. He was the BEST Commanding Officer I had in my 10 years in the Navy. He was a true sailors Sailor. He would come down to the engine room when he couldn't sleep to "check on us" but he always ended up helping with something. He taught me leadership didn't have to be harsh, or ridged. Fair winds and following seas. We have the watch Sir.
June 28, 2019
Bob Christenson made an impact. He was a gentleman in the true sense of the word. He was a inspiration in his service to his Church and demonstrated how one person could make this world a better place. Bob also served as a consultant on safety issues. He often lectured in my class at Cal Poly on industrial safety on the concept of Risk. He would start the lecture with a five dollar bill attached to a mouse trap inviting anyone to come up and try and get the money. There were always takers. After that he would pull out a rat trap with a 20 dollar bill attached and again invite anyone in the class to try and remove the money. The students were engaged by his wit and presentation.Bob served his country and his Lord faithfully and it was a privilege to be a friend.

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