We have all lost an amazing man, with a great passion for life. We will miss him deeply as well as all of the things that made him the wonderful person that he was. I know that he will remain in my heart, and in the waters that he loved to fish. I love you uncle Chris, you will be missed.
Aunt Jan, Josh and family,
My specific prayers are with you for your spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being now and always. I love you, near or far.
Janet and Josh: Due to a phone snafu we lost your message and finally found this connection and a way to offer our condolences. Again, so sorry to hear about Chris, you know I really appreciated all the support he gave my work over the years and of course the chance to work with him on many projects. I hope you are well and in the good comfort of family and friends. When time permits, email or call us back with information on the May activities. The phone number you called is correct. MIke and Barb Streff
Janet and Josh. I was saddened to read of Chris' struggle with cancer and his death. Due to a family issue, I was not able to attend the visitation. I offer my condolences and offer of prayers of strength and acceptance for your families. Bev McClellan
My deepest condolences to you and the whole family in regard to Chris and his recent death. He was a favorite patient of mine who was so grateful to be alive and spoke fondly of his family and friends. Clearly, he had passion for life, fishing and the outdoors but his spirit and energy for all of these things was what moved me most. While he was taken too early, he will remain a great patient memory for me! I am lucky to have been able to care for him....
PS. Great video montage--he would have loved it.
Dave Anderla MD.
Janet and Josh, please take care of yourselves. I was so sorry to hear this. Now I have lost three more parts of my life since New Years day. - John Gunnell