Chris, oh man Chris.
We were the tightest of friends and brothers for most of the 2000s.
I always remembered skipping class with you and spending most of our Fridays running around downtown, blowing most of our money at the Pepsi Forum arcades, and then going out on the weekends to the clubs, or that trip we took to Aruba in 2005 to hang with your family. Or how we would always try to book our Humanities classes together so we can get Grell Grant, so we could giggle every time he mentioned the M-word.
Great times, great memories.
Sad to to hear about this news. My condolences goes out to your family and your new family. So tragic.
In parting words, I shall say what we always used to end our MSN chats and our phone conversations with: "Dah, dah, dah, dah, dah, dah. BL."
Miss ya man.
You were the most dedicated and hard working of anyone I knew.
I lost someone I looked up to.
Jon, my son, introduced me to Christopher over 10 years ago. He was such a charming, outgoing and charismatic young man, always in a pleasant and cheerful mood. As the 3 of us worked for a few years in the same BMO building, we managed to go to lunch a couple of times: I recall his enthousiasme of creating an above ground garden which I thought was such a genius idea!
It is hard to find the words to express how sorry I am for his parents and wife and children loss. All I can say, is that you are all in my prayers to help you ease the pain.
Take a little confort in knowni g Christopher left his mark on earth and that he will be watching over you from above. My deepest condoléances.
Chris my friend,
you were a good friend and you were there when I needed someone to talk to or needed advice. We did have some great parties together and enjoyed life. You will be missed and one day we will meet again in the great beyond.
He wa not just a great friend, he was like a brother to me for so many years. He will be truly missed. Xoxo