Firstly, I want to take the time to thank all of you from the bottom of our hearts. I know the family would agree. The outpouring of love and support has been immense, and we truly appreciate it.
We want to keep his spirit alive, and make sure people remember him as who he WAS, and how he affected people, not that he was some bipolar looney that ran away. He was SO much more than that, and people must remember him as such. I know we put out a request for content, but we still need some from a different perspective.
Here’s what we need: We need content from people, to show what an incredible person he was.
Here’s how: We want to start publishing content about Chris, from YOUR perspective. How did you know him? How did he touch your life? What’s your favorite memory of him? We also want any content from his work in education, so we can show everyone what a phenomenal teacher he is.
So please, send us:
How you knew Chris
A write up on how Chris touched your life, and any memories, or a video, or both.
Please only send YouTube links, as we cannot host the videos easily ourselves.
Send this information to: firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will go through the submissions and start posting!
Thank you everyone, so very much. Our hearts go out to the family, especially his brother Eddie, and Chris’ sons CJ, Ryan and Sean.
We WILL be keeping this site up (probably forever) and both the Facebook group, the Facebook page, and the (newly created) Twitter account will stay active as long as we possibly can keep it up. We want to keep them as a support group, and a way for people to share and console each other.