Condolences to the family.
Dear Dennis & Tessa and Family,
We are so very sorry for the loss of your son and brother, Christopher.
We still remember the day the three of you visited our house to tell us about the loss of Ian. I
I wish I could tell you how to survive this terrible loss, and we pray that your faith will guide you as you help each other.
We are in Florida and will not be able to attend Christopher’s service.
Peace Be With You.
John & Joanne Leddy
I met Chris while attending school up in Delhi. My then-boyfriend (now husband) Jason knew him from Southampton and introduced us. The three of us spent many weekends together watching movies, driving around and just hanging out together.
He was a sweet guy with a big heart and I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. My sincerest condolences to his family. May he rest in the sweetest peace.
We are so sorry to hear this sad news. Chris was a fun and sweet little boy and kind and thoughtful as he matured. We cherish fond memories.
Condolences from the Stevensons - David, Sandra, Heather and her husband, Joe
Dear Tess ,Dennis and family members....I am so sorry to hear of Chris' passing. Chris went to school with our oldest daughter and for years I have been able to tell what time it was when I would see Chris drive by our house on Betty Brook to and from work each day. May sll your wonderful memories of him bring you comfort. Again, my most sincere condolences to you and your family. Patty Wright
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Memories are a blessing .
Chris shared his life with mine for a few years in Gettysburg, PA and we have kept in friendly contact since.
My sincerest condolences to all of those who are experiencing the loss of Chris.
For those of us left behind, we get to carry a piece of him on with us in our memories.
Blessings to all and may your grief lessen each time you smile at a fond though of Chris, or, Pikachu.