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     The following are emails/messages I've received to be added to the guestbook. Please remember that you can email me any comments/pictures/etc that you'd like to be added here to: or by ICQ (UIN 278071). (Please do not message me comments on the IRC. They'll most likely be looked over.) Thanks to everyone who has submitted comments and memories here.

I don't really know what to say. I knew Chris for about five years, give or take. I just wish I'd had more time to know him better. He was a fun loving guy, damn good at his job, and dedicated to all things good to the end. Chris, wherever you are, we miss you. Godspeed, my friend.

My condolances to his family, especially Andrea. And my thanks, for letting me know a truly great person.

Jonathan Disher
UnderNet #wasteland, #userfriendly

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life passes us luck and miracles...fate and deception...gain and loss...happiness and is full of many meetings and partings...that is the way of it

one soul has left this earth and he will not be forgotten

farewell chris
safe journey...

Black Cat
Bonnie Bogovich
ICQ 85979011

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I worked with Chris for some time here at the UPMC Health System. I just got the news this morning from another co-worker. We are all shocked and saddened by his passing. Chris was a genuinely good, big hearted, intelligent guy who will be missed by us all. I wish his family and all his friends my sincerest condolences.

Steve Cable

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I met Chris four years ago, when he moved from Boston to Pittsburgh to be with the one he loved. He left his home with no future plans all for Andrea. It was truly something out of a storybook. He stayed with me and my roommate in our little dorm room while he looked for a place to live. We shared such wonderful memories and I know that I will treasure them for my entire life. He was a beacon of light in this dark existence. He touched so many people's lives that I know he will be missed and loved forever. I will do all in my power to ensure that he will never be forgotten.

He left behind so much. They say that you really don't know what you have until it's gone. I wish it weren't true, but it is. I miss my friend. Even though I haven't seen him in months, I can still see him laughing and enjoying life to it's fullest. I remember the silly things we used to do. I remember the times my friends and I would eat his food and how he'd have to hide it from us like the really excellent cereal and the cans of Surge. Like I said earlier, I will never forget.

I am upset. I am angry. I am angry that someone so young, someone with such potential was stolen from those who loved and cared about him. I know I shouldn't be angry. I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason, but I don't see what possible purpose this death could serve.

Chris had so much more to experience. There is an enormous amount of events that he should have had the opportunity to witness and participate in. I do anything right now if it meant allowing him to be here even if for a few moments.

All I want to do is say good-bye. So, good-bye my good friend. You'll be missed by everyone who's ever been lucky enough to know you. I wish you all the best in your new journey.

Jeffrey Chan

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