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Condolences for Christopher D. Loughner

Ashish SinghFriday, April 9th

My name is Ashish Singh and I work with Kelly. I would like to extend my deepest condolences to your entire family. My heart breaks to see the loss of someone so young and full of life. I hope that the fond memories of Chris help you get through this difficult time. Please know that you are in my thoughts and in my prayers.

Teffany DavenportFriday, April 9th

Heartfelt condolences to you and your family, Kelly. I wish you peace and comfort from the memories you shared together.

Pete & Rosemary RembetsySaturday, April 10th

Rosemary and I wish you and the children the best in this time of sorrow. Chris will be missed always but the fond and joyful memories will always be with you and us.
He was a special young man and will remain in our prayers always.

Eric RiccardoMonday, April 12th

I want to extend my condolences to Chris’ family and friends. Chris and I worked together at Aerotek in the early 2,000’s. In the short few years we worked together, I can tell stories for hours about the shenanigans Chris, myself and other Aerotekers got into. Whether it was all night card games playing different poker games, Texas Hold em’ or Acie Ducie! Office bowling parties that turned into fierce competitions! Sunday football games together or anytime the Dolphins played the Steelers!! Dolphins usually lost those games! Lol. Finally the most time we all spent together was either grabbing lunch or drinks and apps at Gabrielle’s!! We spent a lot of time there playing Golden Tee, playing the juke box and spending time with good friends. Playing credit card roulette to see who pays the bill! I am sorry I lost touch with Chris after we left Aerotek. Chris was a great guy who always had that big smile every time he walked into a room. I was glad to hear that Chris remarried and had children. I’m so sorry for his wife and 2 beautiful children. I pray Chris looks over you all and keeps you safe. My nickname for Chris was Pittsburgh Beef!! I’m gonna miss you bud.

Eric Riccardo

Brenda MullMonday, April 12th heartfelt condolences to you and your family in this time of sorrow. May you find strength and solace to hold the fond memories close to your heart as his spirit guides you through this difficult time. Peace to you and your family.

Barbara TalbotWednesday, April 14th

My condolences to Kelly, Cooper and Sophia. Chris was a wonderful person that I had the opportunity to work at Fidia/PDI and here at Pfizer. Chris was always willing to help others and always came with a smile. He was one of a kind and I am so sorry for the loss of such a fantastic person.

Jennifer MooreFriday, April 16th

Stacy, my heart breaks for you and your family. My prayers are with you all. Please let me know if there is anything you need!

Nicole DoyleSaturday, April 17th

My deepest condolences to Kelly, Sophia, Cooper, and to the rest of Chris’s family & friends. Chris was a great guy, friendly and easy to talk to and always found a common interest to discuss when you were in his company.
The picture I have attached is a great memory, at first glance it may look like we are arguing, however in actuality we were having a lively conversation about our mutual affinity for “ Friends” and Bob Ross!
Chris always had an amusing story to tell, and I will miss talking to him. May he Rest In Peace.❤️

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