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May 26, 2019

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September 10, 2015
Chris,

We will miss the generosity of your friendship and our wide ranging conversations. Our condolences to Denny, Barbara, Tony, Mike and the rest of the family.

Rest in peace, my friend.
September 9, 2015
Chris Kavanagh was a hero to me. During roughly the mid to late 1990s, between the eras of Dave Emory and Jesse Townley, Chris was practically the lone progressive voice on KALX's airwaves. His show, "An Alternative Media View," was the mouthpiece for KALX's collective political consciousness. To the left side of the radio scan, Chris added a valuable extra 500 watts to corporate free coverage of current issues. His angle was always from the perspective of the disenfranchised. In addition to interview subjects and show topics outside the mainstream status quo, Chris included a segment on every show during which he narrated major stories from the text of international newspapers. The opening melody of John Coltrane's "Cousin Mary" began and ended Chris' weekly evening political magazine and graced every one of his promo spots. To this day, the joy of hearing Trane's "Cousin Mary" is doubled by the memory of KALX's voice of subversion at the end of the 20th Century, Chris Kavanagh.

Peace in eternity, Chris.
September 7, 2015
Deepest sympathies to the family. We all grew up together in Tam Valley on Eucalyptus Way. So very sad, and way to young.
September 6, 2015
Dearest Christopher Patrickyes, I know your middle name because I was in a show with you that starred with us all introducing ourselves with our full names. The show was Tom Paine. We were at the height of our high school lives.
We were young. We thought we were smartand we were. Our friend has stories of you and he in Los Angeles with california girls. My stories have to do with the gateway theatre,watching black and white movies. You were eclectic and nonjudgmental
I heard of your passing,but it wasn't until the next morning that I thought of your part in my life. You were creative,and kind. You played a dumb sweet guy in Midsummer Nights area,but you were smart(and sweet). You were diverse.
and,above all,at least at that point in timeyou were a good friend. Safe journey,Christopher Patrick Kavanagh...
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