Condolence: Chris was a very good family friend of ours amd once a neighbor, as well, on Church St.
He was our lawyer and we trusted him immensley. He had our best interests ar heart. Very helpful to us when our father and brother died.
He had a cat many many years ago-Mariah. He knew my Dad was fond of this cat and when he moved to Indian Creek he asked my Dad to keep her. And so Dad did and we were geateful for that too.
Chris was one of the good omes. RIP
Condolence: Catherine, Matt, Amy and Family
I am so sorry for your loss. I have known Chris for many years. He was a great person and he will be greatly missed. I am sorry I wasn't able to be there tonight and I will not be able to be at the service, but know that you will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence: Still sidelined by injuries from a fall in December, I'll not be able to be in Kilmarnock today or tomorrow, but wanted Chris' family and close friends to know that the legal community here in the Northern Neck is diminished by his loss. The Northern Neck Bar Association will remember his years of service as Secretary-Treasurer and his sponsorship of the Bar Dinner. So sorry you're gone, my friend. Too soon, too soon.
Condolence: An abyss now exist where your presence, just yesterday it seems, filled us with completeness.
So many of us welcomed you over the years as family, a few inside your intimate circle and so many of us linked via your public service as town attorney for Kilmarnock, senior staff aid for Gov. Dalton, fraternity brother through Phi Kappa Sigma or through Carolina Basketball cheers and critiques or as our legal adviser/counselor or just like last night's New Year Eve's gathering where grade and high school classmates feel the lost of a family member...you served with great pride and honor your home town, community and extended family.
May the beacon within your soul continue to bring us light, joy and creative problem solving such that you continue to be with us as our most special friend and/or counselor.
Shalom for your being and your immediate family and all of us as our journeys together continue.
Condolence: John got to know Chris when he lived in Palmer as a child. He has always remained a great friend and will be tremendously missed. As a couple, we have always used Chris as our lawyer. He gave sound and sensible advice, with good jokes thrown in for free. He always had a ready smile and a good story. We will be lost without him.
Our condolences to the family. Rest assured, he will be waiting for you in heaven. We hope to see him there.
Condolence: My deepest condolences to family and friends. Chris was one person I knew I could always count on when I needed help. He went beyond the call of duty as an attorney and a friend. One of a kind.
Condolence: Dear Matt & family,
Janet and I are very sorry to learn of Chris' untimely death. He was such a great support to us when we served at Bethel in Lively from 1975 to 1987.
I saw him a few years ago at Memorial Regional Hospital here in Richmond, and he stayed in touch with us by e-mail over the years.
We will miss Chris greatly. Please know that you and your family will be much in our prayers during this sad time.
Condolence: Wow, what a shock. Chris was a really good guy. Family please know that you are in my thoughts. Chris was a force to be reckoned with, he will be missed dearly. Please find comfort in scriptures such as Acts 24:15 and Revelation 21:4 where we are told that there will be a resurrection and we are given hope for a future where there will be no sickness, no death, no sorrow, no pain.