Condolence: To the Family and friends of Chris, I am asking for peace for the family and that they will find comfort in each other. May the memories that make you smile sustain you all through these difficult times
Condolence: I was sad to hear that Chris had passed. My condolences to all the family. I went to Bible School with Chris at Rock Church in Lower Sackville (1993-1996). Great memories of that time in our lives.
Condolence: Sherry, sending you my deepest sympathies. I didn't know your brother; but, then I saw Samuel's name and realized Chris must be your brother. He looks like a very kind person. Take care Sherry - warm thoughts sent your way.
Condolence: To Chris's family & to Amanda and the girls, I am sorry for your loss. Chris was a great manager and I'm happy I got to know him. He had a wonderful personality and a weird sense of humor but i think that's why we got along so well.
Again my condolences go out to your family. Rest In Peace Chris - never forgotten
Condolence: Chris: your honesty was like a refreshing breeze; and your encouragement to others refreshed them like a drink of cold water when their life had become a dry land. You wrote about how deeply you loved your daughters, and your fiancée... and thus let us share in your deepest joys... and laugh, and curse, and cry... with you. Peace to you, my ever-giving and open-hearted friend. Peace.
Condolence: I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Chris was not only my manager but a good friend as well. I will always be thankful for the influence he had on my life. I really admired him and will never forget that sly little grin and positive nature. Rest in peace brother.
Condolence: Chris was one of my best friends. He was there for me in my toughest times. I've never laughed so much as I did with Chris. Talking sometimes daily for hours on the phone getting one another through bad times. I remember him being so excited and in love with his Amanda and how much he loved and needed his daughters. A true friend and brother. Love you Chris