"My deepest sympathies. I was fortunate to have reconnected recently with Chris at GSK. He was a terrific person who was generous with his time and talents and helped us all do better. I also remember Chris as a member of the Marple Swim Club in the early '80s where he swam. I recall his talents as a swimmer, especially in the Butterfly. He was well liked then and now and will be greatly missed by everyone who was fortunate to have known him."
"This was a generous and talented man, with a spirit of optimism and caring that allowed others to succeed. He offered the gift of community, in which his outreach allowed many of us to better work as a team. I was touched by his gracious and valuable assist on projects totally outside his immediate work load. This is a big loss for all of us. We will miss you."
"I, like many of those fortunate enough to have interacted with Chris, have been blessed to have known him. In the 19+ years that I have worked with Chris, he never had a bad word to say about anyone. As an exceptionally caring man, all he ever wanted to do was solve people's problems, and that he did. So much so, that his loss will leave a void in our hearts and minds for a long time, as the gifts he shared with us impacted our lives and we are all better people for having known him. God Bless you Chris and thank you for the time you gave to us."