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  Christopher Wodenshek

Date of Birth: September 22, 1965
Position: Head of the Electricity-Brokerage

There’s nothing I can say that people do not already now about Chris. He was the type of guy you wanted on your side. He was a respectable man who would do anything for his family or for his friends. He was a loving father, husband, son, brother, and uncle. He will be missed dearly by all of his family and friends. We all know he is up with the angels now and is looking down on all of us and he will always be in our hearts.

WE LOVE AND MISS YOU CHRIS


Christopher’s Family and Friends,
  • I worked with Chris at Cantor. I know he dreaded my phone calls (I usually made more than 3 daily, but he was always a good sport about it), but Chris was always the one to talk to if any question needed answering. He always knew what was best for the dept.
    And Chris really loved his family, each time I went up to the trading floor there was a new picture of his children, I always looked forward to seeing them.
    I am glad to say I knew Chris at least for a short time, he was a decent man and an all around good guy.

    Kate, Co-worker
  • We shall always remember Chris as a loving son, brother, uncle and most of all as a loving husband and father. His entire family thinks of him as a special person , and have always done so. We shall miss hime, bnd never f orget him.

    florence wodenshek, mother
  • Chris was so much more than just my husband. He was the father of my five beautiful children, my best friend, and truly my bettter half. He loved his family more than anything and he provided for us wonderfully. Chris took pride in his work and did an outstanding job! Everyone who ever worked with Chris only has nice things to say about him. I urge all people who knew him, even breifly to write something here for his children. I will always cherish these memories as will my children.

    Anne Wodenshek, Wife
  • Although he was my uncle, Chris was just a few years older than I am and I grew up idolizing him. I always tried to be like him, played with his stuff, liked the same music and even liked the Dallas Cowboys for a few years because Chris did (but that phase soon ended). I’ll always remember our wiffle ball games, the swimming parties and playing in his clubhouse above the garage. Beyond our childhood, though, Chris remained someone to idolize and to imitate. He worked hard, but undeniably was the type of father, husband and son that I would like to be. We should all wish and try to measure up to him.

    Mike Garrett, Nephew
  • Chris was my friend and mentor. I sat directly next to him on the desk, and as Cantor was my first job, Chris decided to take me under his auspices and show me how to be a true professional. Everyone has a boss that they need to be made accountable to, but when you have one that you genuinely like and respect, then you have something special and work doesn’t feel like work anymore. Ann, while we never met, please believe me when I say that the pictures Chris had on the desk and was always bragging about, truly speak volumes about your beautiful family. It is evident that Chris is leaving behind an exceptional family that will miss him dearly. He’s also leaving behind some great friends that will certainly feel the same. Thank you Chris.

    Chris D'Ambrosio, Co-Worker
  • “Woody” was one of my first friends at Tradespark and a great guy. we were both the “crazy guys” with 5 kids. it was great sharing this bond with him because it was a commitment and enjoyment only known to those who have a large family. he loved his family dearly and i hope as the years go bye his children will appreciate what a great person their father was. always possitive and helpful “woody” was always there to help out and solve any problem , quell any disruption , add a needed smile or joke to loosen a tight moment. he is missed here in texas and we wish him all our best and all our love.

    scott mcgowan

    scott mcgowan, co-worker
  • Chris was always someone I could count on. I worked in the NY office for 1 1/2 years before I transfered to the Houston office. Whenever there was a problem or a question I knew I could always rely on Chris to help out. He was very understanding & so easy to talk to. Even when his day was hectic & stressful he would always find a way to smile. Talk about being a great dad & husband; it seemed like every day there was another picture in the picture tree he kept on his desk. Not to mention all the other frames on his desk filled with pictures of Anne & their 5 children. He was so proud & it showed. I consider myself very fortunate to have known people like Chris & everyone else on the Tradespark desk. I will miss them dearly.

    Pam Corio

    Pam Corio, Co-worker
  • I only met Chris briefly (in Houston in Oct 2000) but felt compelled to write something after reading Anne’s comments.
    I run the trading desk for Cargills Power business and got into a long conversation with Chris at a convention he was working at, about how TradeSpark could work within Cargills business profile.
    I remember Chris as a decent guy who really seemed to enjoy what he was doing. We spoke again over the phone sometime after and I particularly remember his friendly conversation and open and honest approach.
    From the comments I’ve had the opportunity to read and from my own brief meetings, I remember Chris as a good man and would like all his family (espescially his children) to know that.

    Mike Neale, Energy Trader
  • Chris will always have a special place in my heart.He was my uncle yet our age made us more.
    Chris was one of the biggest influences in my life.I looked to him for guidance and strength.I used his successes as an example to try and follow in my own life.As we grew up,I couldn’t wait for Chris to grow out of his clothes, so they could be handed down to me.Although I couldn’t wear them due to my height or lack of it,just having them was enough, especially the black and white Herring Bone sport coat and white Capizios ala Joe Jackson.Chris was my hero.Anyone who had 5 children,and a wife,and enjoyed other things life had to offer is a hero.Not a day goes by,in my head,in my heart,in my dreams,I will never forget you.Till we meet again.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • To Daddy,
    I love you, I miss you so much, I want you to come home! I love you so much!

    Love,
    Mollie Rose

    Mollie Wodenshek, 6 year old Daughter
  • Chris was the kind of person one looked up to. I remember one summer playing ball down at the park with my family and when I got hurt he was there to help me. He was always there when we needed him. Chris is the first person that I’ve lost that I was close to. All I can say is that it wont be the same without him. I will always love and miss Chris and hope to see him in the future. I love and miss you Uncle Chris.

    Patty Garrett, neice
  • Dear Daddy,

    I miss you so much. And I can’t believe this happend to you. I love you so much. I wish you were here right now. I still wish you would come home to us right this minute. If you were it would make me so happy. But there’s still a place in my heart that I’m missing.

    Love Haley

    p.s Happy Thanksgiving
    Haley Wodenshek 8 year old Daughter

    Haley Wodenshek, Daughter
  • What can one say about “Woody”? No matter what, you always knew Woody would have some wise crack to come back at you with. It always made our crazy job easier to deal with. My favorite memories of Woody were during Christmas back in 1999 watching his daughters whoop his butt in computer games. I’m not sure he lost on purpose; they were good. In a way, he became a very good friend to me and all I can say is that we all miss you buddy.

    Buck LaPointe, Co-Worker
  • My husband John knew Chris working in the energy trading business at Enron. John talked to him all the time over the “box”. He was very fond of Chris and always remarked what an incredible person he was. I had the pleasure of meeting Chris a couple of times at business dinners. He struck me as a warm, sincere and kind soul. Even after only meeting him briefly, I could tell what an amazing person he was. He was so proud of his beautiful family and beamed every time he spoke of them. We were lucky to have known him and feel the loss. We wish you Anne, and your families, peace and healing.

    John and Jessica Zufferli, Work Associate and friend
  • I was 1 month shy of 13 when Chris was born. He became our curly red headed brother. A treasure to all of us, especially Mom. As he grew up, we always threatened to dye his hair brown like the rest of us. (he was the 6th child) Chris never like to take out the garbage, although my Dad continually yelled at him to do so. I think Anne always had to remind him to do the same. My most vivid memories of Chris are recent. I was lucky enough to be unemployed while Chris and Anne planned their move from CT to NJ. So I was able to go there and spend time. I watched Chris
    trying to take the swingset apart with my little, if no help. Throwing things away that should have stayed. (he’s a neat freak) Big family and alot to move. After the move, Chris and Will came to my house to move the patio furniture to their yard. I wasn’t home. But when I came home Chris told me he went on my neighbors deck and started taking theirs. He was caught. We all laughed about it alot.

    Chris, I will never forget all the love and support you have given me through out your life.
    The words you spoke frequently “Patty, don’t worry I’ll take care of it”.

    I love you Chris. Pray for us. I will miss you forever. Your kids will always remember you and what a special Daddy you are.

    Patty Wodenshek, Sister
  • I first knew Woody as a customer trading electricity in the Chicago market. He was incredibly cheerful, even when he was missing my trades! But what separated Woody from most of his colleagues in this business was his undying optimism–really incredible given the grind that brokering can be.

    I then joined eSpeed and worked very closely with Woody getting TradeSpark up and running. Again, Woody was always there: red hair on fire and a grin from ear to ear. In my nine months in the trenches with Chris, I do not remember a day that he was not bubbling with effervesces.

    It was my honor to know Chris. I will miss you as a friend.

    Rodo, Friend, Colleague and former customer
  • I counted Chris among a very few, very close, personal friends. I could talk to him about anything, anytime. With Chris there was no pretense, no competition, no rivalry, no jealousy. He was simply there for you when you needed him. Selfless and supportive in a way few people can conceive yet for Chris it was second nature. We first met in 1990 when he came to work at Phibro but over the years our friendship far outgrew simply being colleagues. He and Anne were at my wedding. He “babysat” me at my bachelor party. I celebrated the birth of his first child, Sarah with him; he celebrated my first with me. I was delighted when they moved to Stamford and heartbroken when they moved to Ridgewood. As we both moved from childless guys to family men, we saw each other less frequently. A quick beer, a rare golf round. But the phone calls were frequent and in them he always made you feel warm and welcome with his endless optimistic, energetic attitude. To Sarah, Haley, Mollie, Will and Zach, your father was so kind, warm and generous. You guys are not alone in missing him. I promise not to lose touch with you and your Mom. I feel the need to see you grow up because my friend, your Dad, can’t. With him, a piece of me died, but in each of you, a piece of him lives. God bless you Chris.

    Patrick Leeber, Friend
  • I have known Anne for more than 25 years, she has always been one of my dearest friends. I have seen her in many relationships with men, and can honestly say that in Chris she had a soulmate. They were a match made in heaven. I have never heard two people laugh as much and make everyone around them laugh as well. I am truly privileged to have known Chris, and have laughed more in his presence than with almost any other person I have known. Chris and I were very different people, but we shared humor, one of life’s most wonderful bonds, and we shared Anne, certainly another. Thank you for your life Chris and for all the laughs.

    Sadie McKeown-Singman, Friend
  • Chris was a wonderful son-in-law. He loved my daughter and their children with all his heart.
    We miss him so much.
    In all the time I knew Chris he never said an unkind word to me. I will cherish that memory always.
    Chris was a loving husband, father and son. I was so lucky to have known him. GiGi/Mom G.

    Claire Gerne, Mother-in-law
  • Hey Chris,
    Just wanted to let you know that Anne, the Children and Mom are doing OK. We all miss you tremondously. It’s is not the same without you in our lives. I just wish I could speak with you in person. That makes me sad. I don’t know if you can read the messages or if you can feel what we feel about the loss of you being here with us.
    You are so loooooved. If you can let us know that you are OK. Later

    Patty Wodenshek, Sister
  • Hey Chris.

    Whatever, we love and miss you alot. The kids and Anne are doing OK. Wish I could speak with you in person. Take our love and thoughts and keep them with you. We take all of your memories with us forever.

    Love and Miss you
    All of us

    patty wodenshek, sisiter
  • I miss you so much. I can definitely say you were an awesome godfather to me, but a great person to everyone. We will never ever forget you, but we will always miss you. Even though I live in North Carolina and I didn’t see you as much as I would of liked to I still loved you so much. We are all still praying for your family. Love and miss you so much.

    Michelle DeLellis, niece/goddaughter
  • Dear Chris,

    We miss you down here. I wish you could be here right now. I know your watching down on us from above. I hope you give in a good word for me up there. So until we meet again rest in peace Chris.

    Love
    Chris Hawthorn

    Chris Hawthorn, Good Friend
  • Even though I had only been friends with Chris for about five years, I cannot find the words to describe the void I feel inside me since talking to Anne on September 12th. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about him, Anne and their beautiful kids. Chris was just one of those people that you had to love! Just an all-around nice guy. I now cherish and think often of the times my husband and I spent with Chris and Anne. Having nine kids between us, the four of us enjoyed going for a quite dinner of sushi at Sakura in Westport, CT. My favorite memory is after they tortured me for nine months while I was pregnant and not allowed to each raw fish, Chris had an enormous tray of sushi sent to me the day I got home from the hospital. I’ll never forget opening the door and seeing a Japanese waiter standing there with this HUGE platter with enough sushi for fifteen people! He always knew how to put a smile on someone’s face!

    Karen D’Agostino
    Friend

    Karen D'Agostino, Friend
  • Chris
    I lived across the street from Chris Growing up. Chris was always a polite person(I was always told why can’t you be nicer like Chris) We always played football and swat and at night we talked on our walkie talkies. We always hung out in his garage loft. I lost contact with Chris after High School, I became a police officer and moved. My mom told me that Chris was in the Tower and not seeing him in years I felt a loss in my heart. I never met his wife and children but I knew his Parents, Sisters, and Brothers.I know Chris will watch over his family and protect them for ever. May God bless you and your family.
    Love David J. Peterson

    David J. Peterson, Friend
  • Chris, we did not see each other lot but when we did it seemed we shared a lot in common. I do think of you a lot now and wish you were around to do the things that you dreamed of doing with your family . You are sorely missed by many and constanly remembered by all of us.

    your cousin Rich

    Richard Gay, cousin
  • Chris………I never had the opportunity to meet you, but from what I have heard from your wife, Anne, who I can call a friend, You truly sounded like one of the GOOD GUYS. To your family and friends I only hope the best of life for them. Here’s to someone who will will be greatly missed. God Bless You!

    Joseph Romano, High School Friend of Anne Wodenshak
  • Chris – You were a great son-in-law and friend. I could not have picked a better husband and soulmate for Anne. You were a fantastic father for Sarah, Haley, Mollie, Will and Zach. All of the children have your many fine qualities. I miss you and your sense of humor. You were a real asset to the family. Dad

    Robert Gerne, Father-in-law
  • Wodey,

    Your friends and colleagues from your Phibro days think about you all the time. No task was too tough and no customer was too difficult for you to handle. You always had the right attitude.

    We miss you.

    Jeff Bauml, former colleague
  • Chris

    Your old friends in the coffee business will forever miss you and remember you – I still cannot believe that such a great guy with such a wonderful family was taken from us so soon. I was very moved by reading all the tributes on this site and I am only sorry that we lost touch once you left coffee but we will forever remember you in our thoughts and prayers. My very best to you Anne and your family. Please get in touch if you read this.

    Robert Ford, From your days in the Coffee busines
  • today, sept 11, 2003, it has been two years and i still do not believe chris is gone he was a wonderful person and will be remembered always with love by all

    florence wodenshek, mother
  • Happy Birthday my friend. God Bless you.

    Anonymous, friend
  • grow up with those same traits and, through them, keep that memory of Chris with us.
    Sarah, Haley, Mollie, Will and Zack; as you can read in all the above messages and in all the other remembrances you have heard and will continue to hear, your father was a “people person”. He knew a great many people from all different areas of life and he treated all of them with trust and respect. By following his example in your own lives, it will be like a part of your father is still here with us. He would want you to always keep a smile on your face with memories of him and keep happy knowing that he still loves and cares for all of you and always will.
    Chris, HAPPY 38th! We miss you.

    Ray & Ruth

    Ray & Ruth, Brother & Sister-in-Law
  • September 22, 2003 – This is the 3rd year in which we will not have Chris to celebrate his birthday. It remains so unfair that his and the 3,000 plus other lives were cut short so terribly and unpredictably.
    Looking at many pictures over the past two years, it strikes me that almost all the pictures of Chris have captured him with a great smile or laugh except for those when he is helping to blow out the candles on one of his kids’ birthday cakes. I would like Chris to be remembered for this terrific personality and attitude and hope that Sarah, Haley, Mollie, Will and Zack grow up with those same traits and, through them, keep that memory of Chris with us.
    Sarah, Haley, Mollie, Will & Zack, as you can read in all the above messages and in all the other remembrances you have heard and will continue to hear, your father was a “people person”. He knew a great many people from all different areas of life and he treated all of them with trust and respect. By following his example in your own lives, it will be like a part of your father is still here with us. He would want you to always keep a smile on your face with your memories of him and stay happy knowing that he still loves and cares for all of you and always will.
    Chris, Happy 38th! We miss you.

    Ray & Ruth

    Ray & Ruth, Brother & Sister-in-Law
  • Chris;
    Thinking of you and our loss often. Think of us also during this time.

    Merry Christmas

    Love & Miss You

    Ray & Ruth

    Ray, Brother
  • September 22, 2004

    Hello Chris;

    Happy 39th Birthday!

    Just a quick note to let you know we are still thinking of you and missing you every day. And Ruth says thanks for your help in Paris!

    Ray & Ruth

    Ray & Ruth, Brother & Sister-in-Law
  • Happy 39th Chris. I miss you man.

    Anonymous, Friend
  • chris it is four years now, and we all still miss you as much as ever. we are still hanging in there , but think of you and talk of you often. miss you and love you

    florence, mother
  • 4 years have past since Chris was killed. It doesn’t ever seem to get any easier to deal with.
    I think about him on a daily basis. Many times I’ll remember something that as kids we did together. Some of the things would have given us a great laugh, Assumption School Christmas plays, Halloween party, etc. Instead I grin to myself, and then miss him even more.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • Happy Birthday Chris

    mom, mom
  • Happy 40th!! I can’t believe you aren’t here to celebrate it with us, but we will do so in your honor. We miss you as much today as yesterday, and we love you with all our hearts. Keep watching over us and know that we love and miss you.

    Anne, Sarah, Haley, Mollie, Will and Zach.

    PS The kids are beautiful and they remind me of you in so many ways.

    XOXO

    Anne, wife
  • Happy 40th Birthday Chris;

    We still miss you and think of you everyday. Although the years are passing by so quickly and life goes on, the one constant is our memories of you and our periodic thoughts of what should have been.

    Love
    Ray & Ruth

    Ray & Ruth, Brother & Sister-in Law
  • Hey Buddy. How I wish you were here for me to give you a hard time about turning 40. I celebrated for you. God Bless you my friend.

    Anonymous, Friend
  • Happy 41st Birthday.

    As they say, time heals all wounds but the loss of you hurts as much today as it did 5 years ago.

    Jennifer, Niece
  • I sure do wish you were still here on your birthday. It’s hard to believe that it has
    been 5 years now. Each year that passes never seems to get any easier. Every day I think about you,every day.The details of that day are as vivid now as if it was yesterday.

    Happy 41st. I miss you.

    Paul, Nephew
  • Chris

    It is January 1, 2007 and even though 5 years has passed I still think about you each day. I have never put my thoughts down in words, but I feel compelled to tonight. I have read the tributes through the years describing you as committed, compassionate, and caring and having grown up across the street from you I can say without question you were that and more. You had this ability to make someone that was uncomfortable feel comfortable when you were around. We would never get together or speak as often as we used to, but we were always able to pick up where we left off. I remember getting together after we went to Mark’s wake and we spent some time talking about good times together and you said Mark’s time was too short here, but he always had a great time. Your time was also way too short, but you had a great time.
    I know that Ann, Sarah, Haley, Molly, Will, and Zach miss you more than anyone so watch over them as you always have.

    Colan

    Colan Rogers, Friend
  • Chris

    It is January 1, 2007 and even though 5 years has passed I still think about you each day. I have never put my thoughts down in words, but I feel compelled to tonight. I have read the tributes through the years describing you as committed, compassionate, and caring and having grown up across the street from you I can say without question you were that and more. You had this ability to make someone that was uncomfortable feel comfortable when you were around. We would never get together or speak as often as we used to, but we were always able to pick up where we left off. I remember getting together after we went to Mark’s wake and we spent some time talking about good times together and you said Mark’s time was too short here, but he always had a great time. Your time was also way too short, but you had a great time.
    I know that Ann, Sarah, Haley, Molly, Will, and Zach miss you more than anyone so watch over them as you always have.

    Colan

    Colan Rogers, Friend
  • HI CHRIS
    JUST TO LET YOU KNOW WE NEVER STOP THINKING OF YOU. EVERY TIME I PASS YOUR OLD HOME ON GARDEN STREET, I ALWAYS SAY HELLO HOPING YOU CAN HEAR ME. I WENT BY YESTERDAY AND DID IT AND MY SON SAID WHO ARE YOU TALKING TO, SO I TOLD HIM ABOUT YOU AND HE SAID THAT YOU SOUNDED LIKE A NICE GUY. JUST TO LET YOU KNOW HE HAS THE SAME COLOR HAIR YOU DO.
    REST IN PEACE YOUR FRIEND DAVE

    DAVID PETERSON, FRIEND
  • Happy Anniversary!!

    Anne Wodenshek, wife
  • chris ,another year has passed and we still miss you as much as ever i know you are happy and pary for you every night kids are finei love you love mom

    Florence, Mother
  • Today is the sixth anniversary, and people say it gets easier as time goes on, but it never does. I know you are up there watching over each and every one of us. I know Ann and the kids miss you very much and they have so much of you in them. I know you are in better place and think about you everyday.

    Love and Miss you,
    Patty

    Patty, Niece
  • Chris,

    Hard to believe that it is 6 years already. You are missed and loved more and more every day. Continue to look over and guide us as I know you will.

    Patty Wodenshek, Sister
  • happy birthday jChris we love and miss you your children are fine i wish you were here with us. we all love you love mom

    florence wodenshek, mother
  • Live Love Laugh
    Miss you guys always

    Patty

    Patty, Wodenshek
  • It’s now 7 years since you were taken from us.I think about you everyday. There are things that seem to run through my memory on a constant basis. Things like the Assumption School Christmas Pageant, driving passed 72 Garden St. ,the house where you grew up, sometimes I’ll see an old Honda Civic CRX or a VW Karmen Ghia, a song on the radio. I could make a long list of all the little things,maybe even trivial things that I think about. I always smile at the memories, then get sad knowing your not there to say “remember when…” too.
    Anne,Sarah,Hailey,Mollie, Will and Zach you are always in my thoughts. I can not think of Chris without thinking of you all. Anne, you are the love of his life, Sarah,Hailey,Mollie,Will and Zach you guys are his life. I love you all very much. Chris I miss you and love you.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • It’s now 7 years since you were taken from us.I think about you everyday. There are things that seem to run through my memory on a constant basis. Things like the Assumption School Christmas Pageant, driving passed 72 Garden St. ,the house where you grew up, sometimes I’ll see an old Honda Civic CRX or a VW Karmen Ghia, a song on the radio. I could make a long list of all the little things,maybe even trivial things that I think about. I always smile at the memories, then get sad knowing your not there to say “remember when…” too.
    Anne, Sarah, Hailey, Mollie, Will and Zach you are always in my thoughts. I can not think of Chris without thinking of you all. Anne, you are the love of his life, Sarah, Hailey, Mollie, Will and Zach you guys are his life. I love you all very much. Chris I miss you and love you.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • Sept. 11, 2008. Wow, 8 years. I hope you can see your family doing fine and take comfort in that. God bless you Woody.

    Anonymous, Friend
  • It’s now 7 years since you were taken from us.I think about you everyday. There are things that seem to run through my memory on a constant basis. Things like the Assumption School Christmas Pageant, driving passed 72 Garden St. ,the house where you grew up, sometimes I’ll see an old Honda Civic CRX or a VW Karmen Ghia, a song on the radio. I could make a long list of all the little things, maybe even trivial things that I think about. I always smile at the memories, then get sad knowing your not there to say “remember when…” too.
    Anne, Sarah, Hailey, Mollie, Will and Zach you are always in my thoughts. I can not think of Chris without thinking of you all. Anne, you are the love of his life, Sarah, Hailey, Mollie, Will and Zach you guys are his life. I love you all very much. Chris I miss you and love you.

    Paul, Nephew
  • Happy Birthday

    Paul, Nephew
  • Wherever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories.

    We will always remember.

    Dawn, Stranger
  • We are at the 9 yr mark. It seems like yesterday to me that I spoke to you on your anniversary 9/9/89. I remember joking with you about handling marriage and 5 kids, and asking advice on handling my 2. I teased you about turning 36 in a couple of weeks.
    9 yrs ago and it remains crystal clear in my head.
    Tomorrow you would have been married 21 yrs and in a couple of weeks you would have been 45 yrs old. I really would have teased you on the age then. I miss you and think about you every day.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • Chris would have been 45 today.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • Always Missd, Always Rememered, Always Loved.
    10 Years Love yuu Chris

    Patty, Sister
  • In memory of Chris, a really nice guy to work with in the days at Phibro. Always happy and friendly. Glad to have known him. And so sorry for such a tragic loss to Anne and his children.

    Shannon Burchett, Former colleague at Phibro
  • 10 years and 2 days of missing you, I don’t think you ever knew just how much you influenced my life when we were growing up. You always watched out for me, even when you were tired of me following you around. You were there for the most significant adventures of my life starting from the day I was hit by that car, pretty tough thing for a 5 yr old to witness. I remember how much you hated being called uncle and I remember doing it to annoy you but yet you were always there when I needed you. When your time here came to a sudden end, you took one last moment to say good-bye. I think about you everyday, I still look for your advice, I do believe you check in on the family and I. You would be 46 this 9/22 and I would busted your gonads instead you will forever be 35 and now I am older, a position I never wanted I wish I could give it back to you.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • When your time here came to a sudden end, you took one last moment to say good-bye. I think about you everyday, I still look for your advice, I do believe you check in on the family and I. You would be 46 this 9/22 and I would have busted your gonads, instead you will forever be 35 and now I am older, a position I never wanted I wish I could give it back to you.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • 10 years and 3 days of missing you, I don’t think you ever knew just how much you influenced my life when we were growing up. You always watched out for me, even when you were tired of me following you around. You were there for the most significant adventures of my life starting from the day I was hit by that car, pretty tough thing for a 5 yr old to witness. I remember how much you hated being called uncle and I remember doing it to annoy you but yet you were always there when I needed you. When your time here came to a sudden end, you took one last moment to say good-bye. I think about you everyday, I still look for your advice, I do believe you check in on the family and I. You would be 46 this 9/22 and I would busted your gonads instead you will forever be 35 and now I am older, a position I never wanted I wish I could give it back to yo

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • Well it has been 10 yrs since Chris was killed and the day before he would have turned 46 years old. To say that I miss him doesn’t even scratch the surface of my feelings, to say I will get passed this is an overstatement. If you knew Chris, even for a little while, consider yourself lucky. If you never knew him, you will have wished you did. I think about him often, at least once a day in fact, maybe sometimes more.He was more than an uncle to me, more of a big brother and friend. Although he knew this, I wish I had told him.

    Paul, Nephew
  • Well it has been 10 yrs since Chris was killed and the day before he would have turned 46 years old. To say that I miss him doesn’t even scratch the surface of my feelings, to say I will get passed this is an overstatement. If you knew Chris, even for a little while, consider yourself lucky. If you never knew him, you will have wished you did. I think about him often, at least once a day in fact, maybe sometimes more.He was more than an uncle to me, more of a big brother and friend. Although he knew this, I wish I had told him.

    Paul, Nephew
  • Well it has been 10 yrs since Chris was killed and the day before he would have turned 46 years old. To say that I miss him doesn’t even scratch the surface of my feelings, to say I will get passed this is an overstatement. If you knew Chris, even for a little while, consider yourself lucky. If you never knew him, you will have wished you did. I think about him often, at least once a day in fact, maybe sometimes more.He was more than an uncle to me, more of a big brother and friend. Although he knew this, I wish I had told him.

    Paul, Nephew
  • Well it has been 10 yrs since Chris was killed and the day before he would have turned 46 years old. To say that I miss him doesn’t even scratch the surface of my feelings, to say I will get passed this is an overstatement. If you knew Chris, even for a little while, consider yourself lucky. If you never knew him, you will have wished you did. I think about him often, at least once a day in fact, maybe sometimes more.He was more than an uncle to me, more of a big brother and friend. Although he knew this, I wish I had told him.

    Paul, Nephew
  • 10 years and 2 days of missing you, I don’t think you ever knew just how much you influenced my life when we were growing up. You always watched out for me, even when you were tired of me following you around. You were there for the most significant adventures of my life starting from the day I was hit by that car, pretty tough thing for a 5 yr old to witness. I remember how much you hated being called uncle and I remember doing it to annoy you yet you were always there when I needed you..

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
  • Well it has been 10 yrs since Chris was killed and the day before he would have turned 46 years old. To say that I miss him doesn’t even scratch the surface of my feelings, to say I will get passed this is an overstatement. If you knew Chris, even for a little while, consider yourself lucky. If you never knew him, you will have wished you did. I think about him often, at least once a day in fact, maybe sometimes more.He was more than an uncle to me, more of a big brother and friend. Although he knew this, I wish I had told him.

    Paul, Nephew
  • I still can’t believe Chris is gone 11 yrs now. There is not a day that passes where Chris, Anne, Sarah, Mollie, Hailey, Will, or Zach aren’t in my thoughts. It’s 11 years later and it still hurts as bad as that day. It’s 11 years and I am still meeting people who knew Chris when he was a child like his Little League Coach when he played for Smith Oxygen in Wood-Ridge.

    Paul Remenschneider, Nephew
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